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Note; the -src.zip versions of Apache Tomcat Connectors are nearly identical to the .tar.gz versions. However, they offer the source files in DOS/Windows CR/LF text format, and include the Winows build files. These -src.zip files do NOT contain binaries! See the binaries/windows/ directory for the Windows binary distributions.
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