mod_gcj is an attempt to get Java running within an Apache module using the GNU Compiler for Java (GCJ) runtime library. Since GCJ compiles Java down to native code, it has a much smaller memory footprint and faster startup time than traditional Java VMs.
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Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the configure script that prevented it from building on Debian and Fedora Core. It also contains a fix for parsing HTTP POST parameters, implements pruning of unused classloaders, and includes a few other minor new features.
Release Notes: This version adds major new features like support for HTTP parameter parsing, advanced HTTP header processing including parsing, and setting of Cookies and Date headers. In combination with GCJ 4.0, mod_gcj should now be ready for deployment of real-world Web applications. Documentation has also been greatly enhanced since the 0.5 release, including guides for building, installing, and configuring mod_gcj as well as writing and deploying mod_gcj handlers.
No changes have been submitted for this release.