Come to think of it, you'll want to combine mod_rewrite and mod_proxy
- I think there's an example of how to do this on the mod_rewrite
docs.

On 10/19/06, Mark Maunder wrote:
> Chris,
>
> I've done something like this with mod_proxy. You can map url's to
> external hosts and mod_proxy fetches the content and serves it back to
> the user from your machine. It's a module written in C so it'll be a
> lot faster than LWP.
>
> Regards,
>
> Mark.
>
> On 10/19/06, Chris Schults wrote:
> > Hello all. First post from a mod_perl newbie ...
> >
> > I have a website (www.example.org) and a blog (blog.example.org), which are
> > both hosted on the same server and I believe are running under the same
> > instance of Apache (1.3.37). The OS is freeBSD 4.9.
> >
> > Specifically, on the website, I have a static HTML file where I need to
> > include content from the blog, which is dynamically generated. Normally for
> > including content, I use a virtual include, but since the content is from a
> > different site, I'm under the impression this method won't work. Thus, I've
> > tried this:
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > While this works, I'm told this is probably one of the most "expensive" ways
> > to accomplish this. Is this true? Can anyone recommend another method?
> >
> > Also, would it be possible to setup www.example.org/blog/ in a way where a
> > virtual include would work?
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> >
> > Chris
> >
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