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From "Wesley W. Garland" <...@page.ca>
Subject Commercial project using APR
Date Thu, 16 Oct 2003 16:00:08 GMT
> Do you use APR? Send an email to dev@apr.apache.org with
> your project name and a URL to get added to this list!
 
FWIW:

PageMail, Inc. adopted APR about 18 months ago as part of a ground-up
rewrite of the SureLynx Network Paging Application Framework. One goal
of the project was to leverage APR semantics such as memory pools in a
transaction-oriented environment (actually, quite similar conceptually
to request handling in Apache 1.3). This has helped us develop
applications with fewer errors (particularly long-running daemons) with
dramatically reduced development time. I'm extremely pleased that we
took the time to fully learn and appreciate APR; on even a modest
project of this sort it is a significant time-saver, even when including
developer ramp-up time.
 
This project doesn't have it's own URL as it is only (currently) used
internally, however the company web page is http://www.pagemail.net.
 
Thanks, Guys!
 
Wes


-- 
Wesley W. Garland
Director, Product Development
PageMail, Inc.
+1 613 542 2787 x 102


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