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  • Arshavir Grigorian
    ... Thanks Geoff. Makes sense now. I hope there is a consensus on replacing headers_out() with err_headers_out() in bake() before too long. Arshavir -- Report
    Message 1 of 17 , Nov 12, 2004
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      Geoffrey Young wrote:

      >>Thanks for the feedback. I guess I am wondering who I would need to talk
      >>to in order to get this fixed.
      >>
      >>
      >
      >Joe is the man :)
      >
      >
      >
      >>Just to understand, why does it need to use the err_headers_out instead
      >>of headers_out? There does not seem to be any errors. Am I
      >>misinterpreting the function name or is it a misnomer?
      >>
      >>
      >
      >yes, it's something of a misnomer. over in Apache-land, returning anything
      >other than OK, DECLINED, or DONE from a handler is considered an "error."
      >and the err_headers_out table holds response (and entity :) headers that
      >will be sent _even_ (not only) on errors.
      >
      >really, all three of the mod_perl books out there talk about this, so it is
      >probably worth picking one of them up to read up on the API a bit. that is,
      >if you're interested in this kind of thing.
      >
      >--Geoff
      >
      >
      Thanks Geoff. Makes sense now.
      I hope there is a consensus on replacing headers_out() with
      err_headers_out() in bake() before too long.


      Arshavir

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