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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28903] - Hooks to add environment variables to CGI and other scripted content handlers
Date Tue, 11 May 2004 19:10:52 GMT
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Hooks to add environment variables to CGI and other scripted content handlers





------- Additional Comments From nd@perlig.de  2004-05-11 19:10 -------
Ok.

I still see a couple of issues:

- why do we need *two* hooks? as far as I can see, one would be enough (after
all variables are set)
- in such a general function that is called from arbitrary pieces of code, the
hook would be misplaced.

If you want to modify variables that are inherited to the CGI, I think a better
place for that hook would be in mod_cgi itself (And with r as parameter, since
you need to get the information from somewhere). Such as "ap_run_fixup_cgi_env".

How does this sound?

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