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ran `build bootstrap` and rebuild transformation. sorry for the noise.

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move es and fr targets to *.utf8 extension. Update transformation

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French html doc files : UTF-8 encoding in order to get rid of HTML entities.

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Rebuild.

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Rebuild.

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Update transformations.

Sorry for the noise, blame it to the

simplified chinese cleanup.

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Update transformations.

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update transformation
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Follow on updates from r645667

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move Japanese output files to utf-8

1) build boostrap

2) svn mv *.html.ja.euc-jp *.html.ja.utf8

3) build all

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update transformation

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general property cleanup

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update transformation

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update transformation

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`build typemaps`

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New Japanese translation.

Submitted by: Hiroaki KAWAI <hawk@bcl.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp>

Reviewed by: Yoshiki Hayashi

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Remove all references to the Port directive and replace it with

appropriate links to the Listen directive.

If I had known that so many files had the Port directive in it, I would

have bundled this up as one big commit. *sigh* I just kept looking

and finding new files, fixing, and committing. So, this should be the

rest of them for now.

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Ran w3c tidy on these as 'tidy -mi -asxml' to get xhtml. Please verify,

in particular, the non-english files, to make sure I did not screw

anything up. They look fine to me.

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Point to the new FAQ.

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- Remove documentation on command line options from invoking.html

since the man pages are now in the html docs.

- Move information on "starting the server" from install.html to

a more proper location "invoking.html"

- Add a few more details here and there.

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Add a little more detail on starting Apache for the benefit of beginners.

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Update command line options docs to match what is currently

in http_main.c. Also, add documentation on apachectl options.

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Fix a few broken links.

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New doc describing configuration process.

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Add a new command-line option -T that's the same as -t, but it does

not do DirectoryRoot checking. This assumes:

1. command-line options are prefered over Config directives

2. we want to maintain current behavior while making

life easier for mass vhosting

3. everybody's happy

I leave the decision to whether apachectl should use -t or -T

to others.

PR:

Obtained from:

Submitted by:

Reviewed by:

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Note change of default error log filename on Windows from error_log

to error.log.

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Try to avoid some confusion from the changing of command line arguments,

by documenting the meanings of the arguments for each different version of

Apache. This is important since the current live site now documents the

"new" behaviour (for -L, -l, h) even though there is no released Apache

for which that documentation is valid. Even after releasing 1.3.4 users of

older versions will be accessing the documentation.

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Cleanup the command line options: `-?' was documented to show the usage list

but does it with an error because `?' is not a valid command. OTOH a lot of

users expect `-h' to print such a usage list and instead are annoyed for ages

by our huge unreadable list of directives. So we now changed the command line

options this way:

1. `-L' => `-R'

Intent: we need `-L' to be free, and `-R' for the DSO run-time path is

very similar to the popular linker option.

2. `-h' => `-L'

Intent: while -l gives the small list of modules, -L now gives the

large list of directives implemented by these modules. This is also

consistent with -v (short version info) and -V (large version info).

3. `-?' => `-h'

Intent: it's now the expected option ;-)

The manual page was adjusted accordingly.

Submitted by: Ralf S. Engelschall

Reviewed by: Randy Terbush

PR: 2714

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Make documentation clearer for Windows users: state when descriptions

apply only to Unix; add links to Windows and TPF instructions. Where

defaults are different in OS/2 or Windows, show them. Add the -k command

line option (Windows only).

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More documentation consistency cleanup for 1.3.2.

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