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Re: An open source project using APR

From: David Mankin <david_at_ants.com>
Date: 2002-08-19 16:49:05 CEST

Wow, turns out to be an HTML rendering problem not a real omission.
Sorry for the bogus report.

I'm using IE 5.1.4 for Mac OS X. The page source contains:

    <tr align="left" valign="middle">
        <a name=open_source><h3>Open Source projects using APR</h3>
          <a href="http://httpd.apache.org">Apache Web Server</a><br>
         <a href="http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat">Tomcat's mod_jk
v2 and mod_webapp</a><br>
         <a href="http://httpd.apache.org/test/flood/">Flood load
test tool</a> <br>
          <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org">Subversion</a><br>
         <a href="http://opendj.org">OPENdj</a><br>
    <tr align="left" valign="middle">
        <a name=commercial><h3>Commercial projects using APR</h3>
          <a href="http://www.covalent.net">Various Covalent Products</a>

I guess the fact that the <a name=open_source> and <a
name=commercial> tags aren't closed is confusing my browser. It
shows the H3 text "Open Source Projects using APR" and "Commercial
projects using APR" but no text in between.

-David Mankin

At 1:09 PM +0100 8/19/02, Thom May wrote:
>* David Mankin (mankin@ants.com) wrote :
>> On this page <http://apr.apache.org/projects.html#open_source>
>> there's no mention of Subversion as an open source project using APR.
>> (There are not actually any users listed of any type.) I think
>> subversion (<http://subversion.tigris.org>) should definitely be
>> listed now that it has reached Alpha and is quite dependant on APR.
>> Probably Apache httpd-2.0 should be listed too. :-)
>uh, are you looking at a very old cache'd page?
>For me:
>Open Source projects using APR
>Apache Web Server
>Tomcat's mod_jk v2 and mod_webapp
>Flood load test tool
>Thom May -> thom@planetarytramp.net
><Knghtbrd-> for the record:
><Knghtbrd-> AGH!
>* Knghtbrd- gets back to abusing gdm
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