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From Stas Bekman <>
Subject Re: [mp2] Apache::RequestRec Documentation
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2004 00:21:08 GMT
Jack Nerad wrote:
> Stas Bekman wrote:
>> Jack Nerad wrote:
>>> Okay... This is the information that I have.  Where I've marked META, 
>>> could somebody answer those questions?  Thanks!
>> Thanks a lot, Jack. Now most these META are already answered in the 
>> Apache docs. So the first thing to do is to import these and only then 
>> polish them.
>> That's why I have suggested that you don't spend any time on these 
>> just yet.
> It isn't too much work to add what will be imported.  So it is no big 
> deal.  I just wanted to get what I had out there so that people could 
> look at it.  I take it the imported documents will cover the Apache 
> request object, or something?
> One of the questions I had was regarding dir_config being documented in 
> the Apache::RequestRec module.  That didn't seem right to me, since it 
> isn't a method of that module.  What are your thoughts?  Should every 
> object method be documented, or should the methods be kept with their 
> modules?
>> I'll try to get things imported early next week (or may be Lyle will 
>> beat me to it ;) and then you can start merging your doc on top of the 
>> existing docs. Sounds OK?
> Aye Aye.  <patiently waiting import>

Jack, sorry that it took more than 6 months (and actually almost 2 years since 
first desired), but now the documentation skeletons for most of the API is 
available. There are some 400+ methods in it, so we could really use help to 
review the skeletons, add examples, etc. I'll post an call for help to the 
modperl list soon.

Meanwhile if you can integrate your patches that you've sent earlier [1] that 
would be very helpful. Make sure that you use cvs, since I update the pages 
often now. Thanks.


Stas Bekman            JAm_pH ------> Just Another mod_perl Hacker     mod_perl Guide --->

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