Index of /apr/

Index of /dist/apr

Apache APR Project Source Code Distributions

This downloads page includes only the sources to compile and build APR projects, using the proper tools.

Important Notices

      Name                                                                             Last modified         Size  Description 
   
up Parent Directory 07-Nov-2017 15:04 - directory binaries 20-Jun-2017 10:28 - directory patches 20-Jun-2017 10:29 - [HTM] Announcement1.x.html 07-Nov-2017 15:04 8k [TXT] Announcement1.x.txt 07-Nov-2017 15:04 4k unknown CHANGES-APR-1.6 22-Oct-2017 17:33 8k unknown CHANGES-APR-ICONV-1.2 22-Oct-2017 17:33 4k unknown CHANGES-APR-UTIL-1.6 22-Oct-2017 17:33 4k [CMP] apr-1.6.3-win32-src.zip 22-Oct-2017 17:33 1084k unknown apr-1.6.3.tar.bz2 22-Oct-2017 17:33 836k [CMP] apr-1.6.3.tar.gz 22-Oct-2017 17:33 1048k [CMP] apr-iconv-1.2.2-win32-src.zip 22-Oct-2017 17:33 1304k unknown apr-iconv-1.2.2.tar.bz2 22-Oct-2017 17:33 976k [CMP] apr-iconv-1.2.2.tar.gz 22-Oct-2017 17:33 1220k [CMP] apr-util-1.6.1-win32-src.zip 22-Oct-2017 17:33 600k unknown apr-util-1.6.1.tar.bz2 22-Oct-2017 17:33 420k [CMP] apr-util-1.6.1.tar.gz 22-Oct-2017 17:33 544k

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APR Release Status

The latest APR project status, including current releases, is published at http://apr.apache.org/.

PGP/GPG Signatures

All of the release distribution packages have been digitally signed (using PGP or GPG) by the ASF committers that constructed them. There will be an accompanying distribution.asc file in the same directory as the distribution. The PGP/GPG keys can be found at the MIT key repository and within this project's KEYS file.

Always signatures to validate package authenticity, e.g.,
$ pgpk -a KEYS
$ pgpv apr-1.0.1.tar.gz.asc
or,
$ pgp -ka KEYS
$ pgp apr-1.0.1.tar.gz.asc
or
$ gpg --verify apr-1.0.1.tar.gz.asc

We also offer MD5 and SHA1 hashes as an alternative to validate the integrity of the downloaded files. An MD5 hash consists of a 32 character string (example: d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e), and a SHA1 hash consists of a 40 character string (example: da39a3ee5e6b4b0d3255bfef95601890afd80709). See the hash inside each distribution.md5 and distribution.sha1 file for each distribution.

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