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From Joshua Moore-Oliva <chatg...@mediapow.com>
Subject Re: Question
Date Wed, 26 Jun 2002 19:30:58 GMT
Ok, well, just fyi I use them in a map_path function I've created to 
relatively map to html templates I load...

Thought you might want to know other uses that they are used for =).  If there 
is some sort of mappath fnction already I'm gonna kick myself but oh well =)

Josh.

On June 26, 2002 02:38 pm, Joe Schaefer wrote:
> Joshua Moore-Oliva <chatgris@mediapow.com> writes:
> > Forgot to add this to my last email...  do the functions
> > apreq_script_name( request_rec * r ) and apreq_script_path(
> > request_rec * r ) work the same as their old apreq_request_script_name
> > ( apreq_request_t * r_t ) apreq_request_script_path ( apreq_request_t
> > * r_t ) counterparts?  Are there any changes to it expect that it
> > takes a request rec instead of a apreq_request_t?
>
> They should work the same as before.  The advantage of the argument
> change is that you no longer need to create an apreq_request_t object
> in order to use them (IMO they mainly exist for making a cookie $Path
> from the current request_rec anyway).
>
> Thanks for the timely feedback!

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