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From Rajalakshmi Iyer <...@blismobile.com>
Subject STL/Boost containers in Apache module
Date Mon, 23 Apr 2012 12:25:41 GMT
Hello,

Is it possible and safe to use STL containers within Apache modules?

Thanks!
Regards,
Raj

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