I only ask because I tried a $r->status(Apache2::Const::OK) and got a
500 returned in the header
even though my handler returned with Apache::Const::OK also...

To avoid the 500 header I had to do $r->status(200); I imagine the
status code isn't going to change
too soon, so I ought to be okay, right?

> This isn't exactly a "list" of them, but it might point you in the
> right direction. They're buried pretty well, it seems.


Yeah, I figured it was in c, I stopped at the XSLoader.pm package....

Thanks,
Boysenberry


On Dec 22, 2007, at 10:29 AM, Colin Wetherbee wrote:

> Boysenberry Payne wrote:
>> I found that $r->status() required something other than
>> Apache2::Const
>> in one of my modules and it got me wondering what the Constant values
>> actually were. Now I could go through and print each one I
>> suppose, but I
>> thought looking at them in Apache2::Const.pm would be better, but the
>> package seems to be mostly pod notation. How can I look up the
>> constants,
>> i.e. where are they?

>
> This isn't exactly a "list" of them, but it might point you in the
> right direction. They're buried pretty well, it seems.
>
> http://stuff.mit.edu/afs/sipb/servic...erl-2.0.1/src/
> modules/perl/modperl_constants.c
>
> (Also )
>
> Colin