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Subject Re: Small MPM docs re-org?
Date Sun, 19 Nov 2000 21:06:28 GMT

> I don't have strong feelings about it, but I do think that there will be
> people who want to answer the question "What directives are provided by
> MPM XXX?"  If the MPM pages are not comprehensive, then they will need to
> go through the MPM pages, plus page through the entire mpm_common.
> In addition, I assume that the MPM pages will eventually contain some
> examples and other documentation which will reference the directives which
> the MPM provides.  Therefore, it will be important to have links to those
> directives.
> In summary, I think that the indexes inside the MPM docs should be
> comprehensive, but I think it is a good idea to add the mpm_common.html to
> the index.  (I know, three indexes seems like a lot, but at least the
> directives are only defined once.  If anything, the index at the top of
> mpm_common.html could be eliminated.)

That makes sense.  So, just to make sure I know what I am about to do, I
am just going to add a link to "Common MPM directives" underneath the
links to the individual MPMs.

I will commit this as soon as I finish adding some docs to the common


Ryan Bloom               
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