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From Frank Wiles <>
Subject Re: another question...
Date Mon, 27 Feb 2006 18:14:37 GMT
On Mon, 27 Feb 2006 09:35:52 -0500
Geoffrey Young <> wrote:

> well, I think there are two things going on here.  the first is the
> hooking mechanism in httpd proper, which is correctly explained.  the
> second is the idea of Apache2::Hook, which seems to indicate that you
> can somehow order Perl*Handlers through add().  in reality, you can
> do this already by using set_handlers() instead of push_handlers(),
> but the docs are kinda mixing up two different things - the new
> hooking mechanism _is_ cool, but the impact to mod_perl 2.0 users
> isn't all that great.
> in general, I'd say to just remove that entire section, as that doc is
> intended to show why mp2 is cooler than mp1 but the hook example has
> turned out to really not matter all that much to the end user.

  Done.  On a side note, I don't seem to be getting any commit messages
  depsite subscribing to the list. Does the
  system not send you your own commit messages? 

   Frank Wiles <>

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