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From Issac Goldstand <>
Subject [SPAM] Re: Reducing number of mod_lua hook directives
Date Mon, 10 May 2010 17:09:01 GMT
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Content preview:  On 5/10/2010 8:02 PM, Dan Poirier wrote: > mod_lua has 8 separate
   directives for adding hooks using external files > with Lua code (LuaHookXxxxx)
   and 8 more for adding the same hooks using > inline Lua code (<LuaHookXxxxx>).
   Most of the code to implement these > is common. > > I think it'd be easier
   to understand - and document - the module if we > cut these down to two directives,
   with an additional argument to > indicate which hook is involved. E.g. change
   > [snip] > > > Thoughts? > > Dan > Maybe so, and maybe no... The mod_perl
   community, for example, has all of these names. It makes it easier for newbies
   to distinguish between the directives, I think. But maybe I'm biased because
   I got "into" the C API coming from mod_perl... [...] 

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