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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29003] - Ifmodule to allow the symbol name and/or .SO name along with .C name
Date Fri, 21 May 2004 03:42:46 GMT
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Ifmodule to allow the symbol name and/or .SO name along with .C name





------- Additional Comments From eddie@omegaware.com  2004-05-21 03:42 -------
I see several ways of solving this issue.
1) Create an Ifsymbol directive which is analogous to IfModule except it
searches mod_so's internal dynamically loaded modules (moduleinfo structs).
2) Similar to 1 and have IfModule call a function in mod_so (via an optional
function) to search mod_so's internal list of dynamically loaded modules.
3) Alter the STANDARD20_MODULE_STUFF macro to take one paramter which is the
*filename* to register.. (ie.. for sapi_apache2.c sepcify mod_php4.so instead)
This can be setup as a NAMED macro and have the standard one call the NAMED with
__FILE__ to retain backword compatability.
4) provide an function to be called by a modules register_hook function to
register alternate names and have the ap_find_linked_module search this list as
well.

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