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From Marco Scoffier <>
Date Fri, 24 Jun 2005 00:10:00 GMT
On Fri, Jun 24, 2005 at 09:07:42AM +1000, Andrew O'Brien wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Daniel [] 
>> Sent: Friday, 24 June 2005 5:03 AM
>> Re:
>> "Looks like you are using Embperl 1.3. In this case you have set set
>> optRawInput in EMBPERL_OPTIONS (this is the default in Embperl 2)"
>> I tried to find mention of EMBPERL_OPTIONS in the docs, but I 
>> could not.
>> How do I se this optRawInput?  Can we make the docs searchable? That
>> would be nice.
>Whats wrong with "perldoc HTML::Embperl" or
> and the
>find function in your browser ?
>Or even looking at the 1.3 docs on the website and using the search
>function of the browser:
> ?
>EMBPERL_OPTIONS is mentioned as the 9th item in the Runtime
>Configuration section which is the 3rd bullet point.
>Just a few options :)

Well yes.  It's funny I was about to post with this same question, as
there is something I don't understand about the escmode.  

I am a bit awed that you would go through all the effort of pointing to
two identical instances of the same opaque reference so as to put down ?
the original poster ? but don't bother to answer the obvious question.
Where does one use EMBPERL_OPTIONS ?  Is there an example which makes
sense somewhere?  

I put EMBPERL_OPTIONS optRawInput in the <Files *html> </Files> in
my httpd.conf and the webserver never restarted though the cpu was pinned
at 99% and apachectl configtest gave me an ok.  

My own problem is that my code is litered with escmode=0 because an
array of strings with #anchor links is declared in one file and printed
in another, and I am creating a site in 3 languages where all the utf-8
strings get destroyed by the escmode.  As there is no public user input
I would like to turn off escaping for the whole site because it seems to
do me more harm than good.



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