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Apache Portable Runtime (APR) Library

The mission of the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) project is to create
and maintain software libraries that provide a predictable and
consistent interface to underlying platform-specific implementations.
The primary goal is to provide an API to which software developers may
code and be assured of predictable if not identical behaviour
regardless of the platform on which their software is built, relieving
them of the need to code special-case conditions to work around or take
advantage of platform-specific deficiencies or features.

The APR is used by both Open Source and Commercial projects, prominent
examples being the Apache HTTP server.

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
0017-Merge-r1733694-r1733708-from-trunk.patch 6.36 KB 6 months ago Download File
0018-apr_proc_mutex-unix-backport-r1733775-from-trunk-par.patch 6.58 KB 6 months ago Download File
apr-1.4.5-linux3.patch 2.39 KB over 2 years ago Download File
apr-1.5.2.tar.bz2 808 KB over 1 year ago Download File
apr-1.5.2.tar.bz2.asc 836 Bytes about 1 year ago Download File
apr-proc-mutex-map-anon.patch 1.06 KB 6 months ago Download File
apr-use-getrandom.patch 643 Bytes over 1 year ago Download File
apr-visibility.patch 1.42 KB almost 3 years ago Download File
libapr1.changes 35 KB 6 months ago Download File
libapr1.keyring 3.85 KB about 1 year ago Download File
libapr1.spec 4.92 KB 6 months ago Download File

Latest Revision

Dominique Leuenberger Dominique Leuenberger (dimstar_suse) accepted request 393782 6 months ago (revision 52)
- 0017-Merge-r1733694-r1733708-from-trunk.patch and 
  Refcount shared mutexes usage to avoid
  destruction while still is use by some processes, this fixes
  apache graceful-restart sometimes leaving processes in
  "Gracefully finishing" state forever.
- apr-proc-mutex-map-anon.patch use MAP_ANON instead of mmap'ing
  /dev/zero. (forwarded request 393653 from elvigia)

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