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Subject svn commit: r413159 - /httpd/site/trunk/docs/download.html
Date Fri, 09 Jun 2006 20:47:31 GMT
Author: wrowe
Date: Fri Jun  9 13:47:31 2006
New Revision: 413159


  Update from sources


Modified: httpd/site/trunk/docs/download.html
--- httpd/site/trunk/docs/download.html (original)
+++ httpd/site/trunk/docs/download.html Fri Jun  9 13:47:31 2006
@@ -115,12 +115,15 @@
+<p>The Apache HTTP Project is pleased to announce the release of Apache HTTP
+Server version 2.2.2.  This release represents over ten years of innovation
+by the project, and is recommended all previous releases!</p>
 <p>For details see the <a href="">Official
    Announcement</a> and the <a href="[preferred]/httpd/CHANGES_2.2">CHANGES_2.2</a>
-<p>Apache 2.2 add-in modules are not compatible with Apache 2.0 or 1.3 modules.
+<p>Add-in modules for Apache 1.3 or 2.0 are not compatible with Apache 2.2.
    If you are running third party add-in modules, you must obtain modules
    compilied or updated for Apache 2.2 from that third party, before you
-   attempt to upgrade from any previous version of Apache.  Modules compiled
+   attempt to upgrade from these previous versions.  Modules compiled
    for Apache 2.2 should continue to work for all 2.2.x releases.</p>
@@ -216,11 +219,8 @@
 is recommended over any previous 1.3 release.  This release fixes
 several regressions introduced in 1.3.35 that interfered with Include'ing 
 other configuration files from the main httpd.conf configuration file.</p>
-<p>For additional details, read the <a href="">Official
-<p>The Apache 1.3 series is no longer under development.  Releases
-are occasionally created to address security issues, or after a number 
-of bugs are fixed.  New features are not likely to be added to 1.3.</p>
+<p>For details see the <a href="">Official
+   Announcement</a> and the <a href="[preferred]/httpd/CHANGES_1.3">CHANGES_1.3</a>
 <p>Use the Apache 1.3.36 version only if you must use a third party module
 that is not available as an Apache 2.x module.  Modules compiled for Apache 2.x
 are not compatible with Apache 1.3, and modules compiled for Apache 1.3 are

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