This is a patch update to fix a bug in the request env package related to content-type. There are also some miscelaneous cleanups to the build system to make it more reliable.
This release is to fix a problem with the object cleanup. This allows the destructor calls to be more reliable and elminates a segfault problem on some platforms.
This release fixes many problems submitted by users including better portability and resolving build issues with some (appropriately) picky compilers.
mod_cplusplus, the c++ interface to apache 2.0, has been upgraded to 1.5 in a major fix and feature release. Many things have been added like form parameter searching and multi-part post support. Also the build system has been tuned to better handle the OS diversity of our users.
mod_cplusplus build system has been revamped to work more properly out of the box on various new platforms (including Fedora).
This release fixes some problems with the build system, including the install target, and adds several optimizations and security fixes.
This release is much more stable as there have been several submissions by users. The build system is also a bit more resillient on some linux installations. There are some new features for tracing requests - but mostly fixes to memory leaks and const-correctifying the apis.
mod_cplusplus, http://modcplusplus.sf.net, is a module allowing you to implement Apache-2.0 handlers as C++ objects. This release offers support for building against various new default distrobutions of apache. It also fixes various bugs including one where handlers were not cleaned up when the process shuts down.
mod_cplusplus is a module allowing you to implement Apache-2.0 handlers as C++ objects. This source release is updated to build against all the fancy new versions of the Standard Template Library - mostly by removing stl dependencies.