On Oct 23, 2006, at 2:31 PM, Michael Peters wrote:

> This is because your are confusing HTTP status codes and Apache
> constants. They
> are not the same. Apache2::Const::OK (which is what handlers
> return) is
> different from Apache2::Const::HTTP_OK (which is what the browser
> eventually gets).
>
> mod_perl 1 tried to make it easy by translating a '200' that was
> returned by a
> handler into a '0', but it was really just covering mistakes by
> developers (me
> included).


a ha! awesome. i so didn't realize that.

i'll die into the ^HTTP_ section of the docs and update all my code


// Jonathan Vanasco

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