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From Randy Kobes <ra...@theoryx5.uwinnipeg.ca>
Subject Re: Apache::ImageMagick & Apache2/mod_perl2
Date Thu, 06 May 2004 03:27:15 GMT
On Wed, 5 May 2004, Robert Germic wrote:

> Robert wrote:
>
> > ehm, and one more problem: when I parse query string
> > manually, everything seems to work till the line
> > $q->Write, tmp file is created but nothing is written...
> > but I've been playing way too long with it, maybe I just
> > need a break and continue tommorow
> >
> > Robert wrote:
> >
> >> |OK, it seems File::Temp| should be used instead of
> >> Apache::File.  Now, another problem: handler doesn't
> >> parse query string args: Right after handler start, I
> >> dump $r->args into error log:
> >>
> >> with apache2
> >>
> >> $VAR1 = 'width=90&height=60';
> >>
> >> with apache1
> >>
> >> $VAR1 = 'width';
> >> $VAR2 = '90';
> >> $VAR3 = 'height';
> >> $VAR4 = '60';

> This seems to be the biggest problem, the rest seems to be
> working... Well, nobody comments? Does that mean nobody is
> using AIM? It's great to know I'm the only person using
> AIM with Embperl2...

To parse this in mod_perl 2, you can use $r->Apache::args
of Apache::compat in a list context.

-- 
best regards,
randy kobes

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