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From "William A. Rowe Jr." <>
Subject [DISCUSS] Platform docs
Date Mon, 20 Feb 2012 03:56:18 GMT
On 2/19/2012 1:56 PM, Michael Felt wrote:
> Platform specific ... documentation.
> Should I be thinking about writing something for AIX here, as I get it finished. Or is
> README file going to be sufficient?

It seems there is a lot of confusion going on right now, since each
platform gets a varying amount of attention.  I don't particularly
have an urge to apply any more documentation for Windows than Linux
gets, as there are a number of distributions and a number of methods
for building on Windows.

>From this link; you will observe
that the lower half of the right column is the 'official' place for
platform/architecture docs.  Outright bugs should be corrected by
offering a patch.

Sometimes we are creating new text, this could even include you, and
it's a bit to dynamic for the main docs tree yet.  There are several
groups of architecture-related docs at
which are still being improved.  Making contributions to this wiki
and then bringing them up for discussion at
is the surest way to help them find review and inclusion in the main
httpd docs.

So for example, there are some AIX comments already on the wiki; as well as several pages
worth of Windows observations.

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