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From Joe Schaefer <>
Subject Re: [ a little extension to libapreq]
Date Fri, 30 Nov 2001 15:59:39 GMT
Jim Winstead <> writes:

> Hi Jim,
> I'm playing around with apache-modules (authentification) and must say:
> your libapreq is great. I use it with C and Perl. I only had to extend
> the C-Function ApacheRequest_new, because I parse the params in the
> authen-phase in C and want to reuse it in the content-phase with
> Perl. But with the request method POST it doesn't work. So I fixed the
> problem using a quick (and durty) use of the request-notes to store the
> ApacheRequest-record for the whole request. As I now can say, it works
> fine. Perhaps you will include this in the next (sub-)release.

Leaving aside the actual code, I'm wondering why this sort of thing
can't be done in the "userland" module.  It sounds alot like Perl's

  Apache::Request->instance ,

which has similar functionality, but is part of

What do other people think?

Joe Schaefer

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