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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: making filters more efficient
Date Thu, 04 Mar 2004 19:02:34 GMT
Geoffrey Young wrote:
>>If you have a concrete example of something that needs to query the state,
>>then we can examine whether it should hook into the processing
>>differently. I bet there is a different hook or approach that can avoid a
>>query of the state.
> 
> 
> I think where stas is headed are cases like ryan's mod_apachecon
> 
>   http://rkbloom.net/rbb/mod_apachecon.c
> 
> which seems to be to be a valid example - you want to manipulate part of the
> HTTP request, such as the request line or incoming headers, and post-read is
> too late. but simply scaning input for GET .* HTTP/1.0 isn't sufficient,
> since it's not foolproof, so it would be nice to have something that
> signaled the start of a request.

Yes, that's exactly the case I'm talking about. Thanks Geoff.

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