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From "David W. Gregg" <>
Subject Re: Apache for NT (fwd)
Date Thu, 25 Sep 1997 01:29:03 GMT
I believe the disclaimer about the NT release being an ALPHA!! and
recommended ONLY for experienced programmers was sufficient warning to
anyone attempting the unknown.

With no knowledge of Apache (other than it's what all the Unix boxes run), I
had no problems about 6 weeks ago with the exception of editing the
makefile.nt and asking how to run perl scripts.

Apache looks/works great!  I'm anxious for the 'official' production release
as I am hoping to replace IIS altogether!!!!

When do you think Apache will be production ready on NT?

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Sutton <>
To: Apache - BYOC <>
Date: Wednesday, September 24, 1997 2:03 PM
Subject: Re: Apache for NT (fwd)

>> The 1.3a1 NT source does not compile as packaged under MS VC++ 5.0.
>> The .DSW file and the .DSP files have no source files in them; they are
>> pretty worthless.  The makefiles do not work.  If you want experienced C
>> programmers to compile Apache for NT, then I suggest strongly that you
>> make at least a feeble attempt to help us figure out what's wrong.
>Has anyone replied to this, erm, polite enquiry? I was going to reply on
>News but I don't have access from here. I'll send email if no-one else has
>responded (via email or news).

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