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The information on this page is for hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.src.rpm, a source rpm; you are probably more interested in these binaries built from it:

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hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6
(2010-12-13 13:28, noarch)
HTTPClient components hc-httpclient homepage Download hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.src.rpm
hc-httpclient-javadoc-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6
(2010-12-13 13:28, noarch)
Javadoc for hc-httpclient hc-httpclient-javadoc homepage Download hc-httpclient-javadoc-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.noarch.rpm Download hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.src.rpm


RPM Information for hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.src.rpm

Name: hc-httpclientDistribution: JPackage
Version: 4.1Vendor: JPackage Project
Release: 0.r1041655.1.jpp6Build date: Mon Dec 13 13:26:12 2010
Epoch: 0Build host: flat.netmindz.net
Group: Development/Libraries/JavaRPM file: hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.src.rpm
Size: 457950Source RPM: (none)
Section: freeLicense: ASL 2.0
Packager: David Walluck <david at jpackage.org>
URL: http://hc.apache.org/
Summary: HTTPClient components
The Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is perhaps the most
significant protocol used on the Internet today. Web services,
network-enabled appliances and the growth of network computing
continue to expand the role of the HTTP protocol beyond
user-driven web browsers, while increasing the number of
applications that require HTTP support.

Although the java.net package provides basic functionality
for accessing resources via HTTP, it doesn't provide the full
flexibility or functionality needed by many applications.
HttpClient seeks to fill this void by providing an efficient,
up-to-date, and feature-rich package implementing the client
side of the most recent HTTP standards and recommendations.

Designed for extension while providing robust support for the
base HTTP protocol, HttpClient may be of interest to anyone
building HTTP-aware client applications such as web browsers,
web service clients, or systems that leverage or extend the
HTTP protocol for distributed communication.

Change Log for hc-httpclient-4.1-0.r1041655.1.jpp6.src.rpm

* Sat Dec 11 2010 David Walluck <dwalluck at redhat.com> 0:4.1-0.r1041655.1
- JPP-6

* Mon Dec 06 2010 David Walluck <dwalluck at redhat.com> 0:4.1-0.r1041655.0.1
- 4.1-beta1
- temporarily disable httpclient-cache and httpclient-osgi

* Thu Dec 02 2010 David Walluck <dwalluck at redhat.com> 0:4.1-0.r962552.2.1
- update jpp-depmap

* Fri Nov 12 2010 David Walluck <dwalluck at redhat.com> 0:4.1-0.r962552.2
- build for JPP-6

* Sat Sep 18 2010 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> 0:4.1-0.r962552.1
- 4.1 alpha3 SNAPSHOT

* Thu Mar 26 2009 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> 0:4.0-1.jpp5
- 4.0 final

* Mon Feb 02 2009 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> 0:4.0-0.a5.1.jpp5
- 4.0-alpha5
- rename from jakarta-httpcore to hc-httpcore
- Obsolete and Provide jakarta-httpcore
- Include compat symlinks
- Build -niossl library

* Wed May 23 2007 Ralph Apel <r.apel at r-apel.de> 0:4.0-0.a4.1jpp
- Initial build


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