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From Brian Mearns <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache port help
Date Thu, 05 Mar 2009 21:56:52 GMT
On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 4:13 PM, Flowering Weeds
<> wrote:

> And it is easy to start learning http.sys via PowerShell - even tracking
> Apache via PowerShel (threads, sockets, processes and etc.). Then after
> seeing "non Unix" ways, not non HTTP ways, and how they work, well if
> one wants to move on to C++ / C okay but .NET makes it so much easier
> for the starter now! PowerShell is a .NET processe that can use http.sys.
> So one can start right at the command line and see usage and objects
> and properties and etc right now (of Apache and or of http.sys).  But all
> this is not Apache On Windows Unix version software - just newer Windows
> actions doing standard HTTP actions like IIS or any other http.sys user!
> But the real question for ASF is - why write something that is already
> there - one can change any part of IIS 7 (and up).  So why not just
> start ASF IIS modules or what ever?   Still open source and usable.
> Then perhaps move on to (if needed) to Apache http.sys MPM!
> Just a question!

Call me crazy...but if apache were written in .NET, wouldn't that make
it a Windows-only product?

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