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From "Wesley Craft" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache parsing PHP 'and' SSI tags in v1.3?
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2007 20:26:43 GMT
That does make sense, but I'm a one-person programming team. So with a
[very] tight delivery schedule, I can't afford the time to trudge through
the code and change all of my thousands of existing SSI tags to PHP. This is
also considering that a good number of those SSI tags include overly
complicated Perl 3 and 4 scripts. This is a major overhaul to bring an old
v1.3.37 server onto the Apache 2 platform.

I have a Fedora development box that I'm testing a lot of my migrations
against. It's running Apache 2.2. The production servers are running the
latest version available from the Red Hat repos.

I need to support the old while migrating to the new...


On 3/19/07, Joshua Slive <> wrote:
> On 3/19/07, Wesley Craft <> wrote:
> > Bummer. We are in the middle of a migration to v2.0 that will take
> several
> > months. Was hoping I could do this quickly, but <shrug> oh well.
> >
> > Thanks for the reply..
> Of course, the other response to this type of query is: why use SSI if
> you are already using php?  There is nothing you can do in SSI that
> can't be done almost as easily in php.
> Joshua.
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