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From "moh bad" <moha...@sysnode.net>
Subject Re: new protocols [was Re: where to find vhost+port in scoreboard]
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2007 15:14:24 GMT
I used the ap_hook_process_connection() hook.
and define a function to handle any new connection, like :

   static int process_my_connection(conn_rec *src_con)

see mod_echo in apache source tree, in that module you will find
all informations you need.

2007/4/17, Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman <buanzo@buanzo.com.ar>:
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> moh bad wrote:
> > Hi,
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> > I'm writing an apache2 module to handle a new protocol,
>
> I've always been interested in that aspect of modules programming. In the
> beginning, I thought about
> writing PGP-enabled version of the http verbs GET, POST, etc, but couldn't
> get to it, so I developed
> the firefox extension by adding headers (much more clean and backwards
> compatible), but now that the
> subject arises... Can you give me any pointers?
>
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