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From Jeff Trawick <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] possible FAQ: are Windows binaries for httpd no longer released?
Date Tue, 21 Jan 2014 18:16:04 GMT
On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 1:07 PM, Rich Bowen <> wrote:

> On 01/15/2014 08:29 PM, Claude Morin wrote:
>   Please note that this is not a complaint.  It's more a check of my
> sanity and a hope to be pointed in the right direction :-).
> I'm unable to find Windows binaries for 2.2.26; only 2.2.25 is available
> at and on all mirrors.  I searched the FAQ and the mailing
> list archive and the only relevant thing I found is (emphasis mine):
> Q. Why isn't there a binary for my platform?
> A. ...The sole exception to these practices is the Windows package. Unlike
> most Unix and Unix-like platforms,
> Windows systems do not come with a bundled software development
> environment, so we do prepare binary kits for
> Windows when we make a release. Again, however, it's a voluntary thing and
> only a limited number of the developers
> have the capability to build the InstallShield package, so the *Windows
> release may lag somewhat *behind the source
> release. This *lag should be no more than a few days at most*.
>  On a related note, I also noticed that no Windows binary exists for the
> 2.4 branch, not even an old version.
> Please see
> There are several well-trusted third-parties that provide Windows
> binaries. You should try one of them. (There are also several
> not-as-well-trusted third-parties that provide Windows binaries. I didn't
> list them on that page.)

Cool...  I've updated the FAQ to point to that list.  (

> --
> Rich Bowenrbowen@rcbowen.com

Born in Roswell... married an alien...

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