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61101Re: Apache::PerlRun - Constant subroutine redefined

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  • David Radunz
    Oct 4, 2004
      On Tue, 2004-10-05 at 12:39, Stas Bekman wrote:
      > David Radunz wrote:
      > > Heya Stas,
      > >
      > > I like that alot, as you say heaps cleaner. For the time being thou
      > > can you see any problems with us using my patch internally?
      > Looks fine to me.

      Thanks, we'll put it into production.

      > > I have run a
      > > few more tests and it seems everything still works pretty good. And of
      > > course keeping an eye out for Apache::RegistryCooker.. or will it be
      > > ported under Apache::PerlRun?
      > Ported under PerlRun.
      > You are more than welcome to do the porting to mp1. It shouldn't be too
      > much work, since the C code should be pretty much copy-n-paste. At the
      > moment we just don't want to touch mp1 and potentially break stable
      > things. So we would like to have that new implementation (courtesy of
      > Philippe Chiasson) to be thoroughly tested by users first.

      I would love to, but I dont really know much C. If its just copying and
      pasting then I guess it wouldnt be that bad, did you mean make a new
      Apache::* module, say Apache::ModPerlUtil (since Apache::Util is used)
      and then modify Apache::PerlRun to use that?

      > p.s. please don't CC your posts to other address at your domain since it
      > bounces.

      Sorry - I didnt know that the internal mailing lists didnt allow
      external emails.


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