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The Apache Module API

by martin on September 9th, 2010

Apache is a web server project that aims to maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems. One of its goals is to provide an extensible server, which it achieves through a C plugin interface that lets users add new “modules” to the core server. Apache’s module interface is therefore an example of a widely-used C/C++ plugin API. The following page provides details on the Apache module API, including tutorials, code examples, and reference documentation.

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