>>>> return $r->dir_config->get('ApacheReturnOk');
>>>>But that didn't work, got an error of Argument "Apache::REDIRECT" isn't numeric, I also can't do it within any sort of "if" statement in the script itself as I will get the error of "Apache::* not allowed while script subs...".
>>That's funky :) But you can't do that. Since those constants are really
>>subroutines. What you are returning are strings, so you will need to eval
>>those before using those. The best run the script that will adjust the
> Thanks Stas, I was hoping to avoid any sort of preprocessing but if
> that's what it takes so you guys can keep producing lighting in a
> bottle, I'm not going to complain.
Why preprocessing? Just replace those with Apache::Const::OK or whatever
is needed. See the fixme script above.
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