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Java Apache http server configuration parser

As of 2014-11-24, this project may now be found at https://github.com/jrossi227/ApacheConfParser.

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This project is a Java Utility that is used to parse the Apache http server configuration. The distributed jar file is both a Java library and runnable jar file. Please see the Wiki section for information on jar usage.

This project currently supports Apache 2.2 and Apache 2.4 with Java 1.6-1.8.

Source code for this repository is hosted on github https://github.com/jrossi227/ApacheConfParser

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  • Full featured Java API with JavaDoc
  • Search for directives inside the Apache configuration.
  • Search for enclosures inside the Apache configuration.
  • Search for directives inside of enclosures inside the Apache configuration.
  • Grab the current active file list in the configuration
  • The distributed jar file can be executed for quick debugging and scripting.


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