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From Ray Morris <supp...@bettercgi.com>
Subject Re: responsehandler in C
Date Thu, 19 Aug 2010 15:07:43 GMT
> my question - is it possible to write a responsehandler within C? 

See any of the response handlers that come with Apache.  They are all
written in C.
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On 08/18/2010 10:05:12 AM, Peter Janovsky wrote:
> i currently have a C module which maps the requested URL to its
> appropriate location(s) based upon internal logic and subsequently  
> uses
> a subrequest(s) to retrieve the content.  problem is i need to set the
> "last-modified" response header based upon the content returned from  
> the
> subrequest(s).  yesterday i asked this question on the "user support"  
> mailing
> list and was told the content my subrequests were sending to the
> client triggered the response headers to be sent.  makes perfect  
> sense as the
> content is being chunked to the client by apache.
> 
> my question - is it possible to write a responsehandler within C?   
> i'm assuming
> it is but i am only finding responsehandler examples in Perl.  am i  
> going about
> this incorrect, is their a subrequest callback (or similiar) i can  
> subscribe to
> in order to modify the response headers before the first bytes of  
> data are
> chunked to the client?  your help is greatly appreciated.
> 
> thnx - peter
> 
> 
> 


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