Lighttpd 1.4.40 Fixes Hundreds of Bugs
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 16 July 2016 at 08:29 AM EDT. 3 Comments
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Lighttpd, the lightweight open-source web server designed for high performance, is out with its major v1.4.40 update.

Lighttpd 1.4.40 is considered a "major bug-fix release" and addresses hundreds of issues from the project's issue tracker. The developers with this 1.4.40 cycle also transitioned from using SVN to Git for source control.

Some of the Lighttpd 1.4.40 changes in particular include improved resource management, robustness and portability improvements (including better WebDAV and Cygwin support), and some new server features.

More details on today's lighttpd release via lighttpd.net.
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