Projects / mod_repository


mod_repository turns Apache into a content storage system with the benefit of storing just one copy of each file submitted to the repository. Upon storing a file a user is given a unique token representing the file. This can be used to create content servers which are abstracted from the filesystem. Files can be placed, retrieved, and deleted from the server.


Recent releases

  •  15 Mar 2000 01:46

    Release Notes: A fix for a bug that would cause the token to not be returned during insert, and more cleanup on internals.

    •  09 Mar 2000 00:41

      Release Notes: New trigggers so that when specified mime types are inserted into the server a URI can be called, and cleanups for some of the code the dealt with memory.


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