This is a discussion on Re: [mp2] accessing the config of another module - modperl ; Hi Geoffrey, I own your book, and wasn't aware of this recipe. I find this method a bit complicated, until now, my module was pure perl. But if this is the only way... Thanks anyway for your hint. BTW : ...
I own your book, and wasn't aware of this recipe.
I find this method a bit complicated, until now, my module was pure
perl. But if this is the only way...
Thanks anyway for your hint.
BTW : do you prepare a 2.x version of the cookbook ? I find it a great
resource, I learned a lot from it.
On mer, 2006-05-17 at 09:38 -0400, Geoffrey Young wrote:
> Charles Bueche wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a C module loaded and working. It's an access_handler. It has its
> > own configuration directives, which I can use in the global section of
> > httpd.conf or in a vhost section.
> > Beside, in a perl module I write (a fixup handler), I would like to
> > access the configuration values of the C module above.
> > I have studied and tried Apache2::Module, Apache2:irective, and read a
> > lot, but I can't find a working solution.
> > Pointers and code example welcome...
> while it's a mp1 example, check out
> and recipe 8.14 in the mod_perl developer's cookbook.
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