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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: [Patch mp2] PerlSections namespace
Date Wed, 10 Dec 2003 21:22:53 GMT
Geoffrey Young wrote:
>>>well, as I said, add_config() can't accomplish the same thing.  in fact,
>>>every time I've tried to use add_config() the way I want I haven't
>>>been able
>>>to.  not that it's not useful for some things, but it's not useful for
>>>the
>>>level of trickery that I'm used to being able to do with ReadConfig.
>>
>>
>>What do you mean, it can't? It just feeds the config sections as if you
>>have written them in httpd.conf. I fail to see how it fails.
> 
> 
> add_config() is equivalent to an .htaccess file - whatever overrides govern
> .htaccess files' ability to have directives inserted into the configuration
> will apply to add_config() as well.  that is very different from
> ReadConfig's blind addition of directives into the config.

I thought it was behaving differently when called at the server startup. In 
any case it's not pretty so it's not a good substitute...

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