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From "Philip M. Gollucci" <>
Subject Re: modperl - quo vadis?
Date Thu, 03 Feb 2011 23:40:01 GMT
On 02/01/11 07:32, Fred Moyer wrote:
> Another thing that comes to mind after rolling the 2.0.5 rc is that we
> should start shipping the Apache-* based modules separately as CPAN
> distributions when we release 2.0.6.
Last I heard this was for historical reasons, but I'm like hey this 2.x.

We can always do version 2.2 or 3.0 if it makes people expect changes
more easily.

> We should be moving towards more modularity; trying to get mod_perl
> 2.0.5 out has definitely seen the coupling of the Apache::* modules to
> it as a bottleneck.  I think that if we can remove the Apache::*
> modules from the distribution with 2.0.6, Gozer may be able to work
> his magic and decouple APR::* from mod_perl in 2.0.7.  Wouldn't that
> be cool :)
And maybe even use apr 1.x interfaces instead of 0.9.x

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