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Subject cvs commit: modperl-2.0/pod modperl_2.0.pod
Date Fri, 06 Apr 2001 02:20:26 GMT
dougm       01/04/05 19:20:26

  Modified:    pod      modperl_2.0.pod
  adjust to scope rename
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.4       +8 -8      modperl-2.0/pod/modperl_2.0.pod
  Index: modperl_2.0.pod
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-2.0/pod/modperl_2.0.pod,v
  retrieving revision 1.3
  retrieving revision 1.4
  diff -u -r1.3 -r1.4
  --- modperl_2.0.pod	2001/03/15 17:48:39	1.3
  +++ modperl_2.0.pod	2001/04/06 02:20:26	1.4
  @@ -308,7 +308,7 @@
   interpreter is destroyed when the number is reached and replaced with
   a fresh clone.
  -=item PerlInterpLifetime
  +=item PerlInterpScope
   As mentioned, when a request in a threaded mpm is handled by mod_perl,
   an interpreter must be pulled from the interpreter pool.  The
  @@ -317,25 +317,25 @@
   By default, an interpreter will be held for the lifetime of the
   request, equivalent to this configuration:
  - PerlInterpLifetime request
  + PerlInterpScope request
   For example, if a PerlAccessHandler is configured, an interpreter will
   selected before it is run and not released until after the logging
   Intepreters will be shared across subrequests by default, however, it
  -is possible configure the intepreter lifetime to be per-subrequest on
  +is possible configure the intepreter scope to be per-subrequest on
   a per-directory basis:
  - PerlInterpLifetime subrequest
  + PerlInterpScope subrequest
   With this configuration, an autoindex generated page for example would 
   select an interpreter for each item in the listing that is configured
   with a Perl*Handler.
  -It is also possible to configure the lifetime to be per-handler:
  +It is also possible to configure the scope to be per-handler:
  - PerlInterpLifetime handler
  + PerlInterpScope handler
   With this configuration, an interpreter will be selected before
   PerlAccessHandlers are run, and putback immediately afterwards, before
  @@ -347,11 +347,11 @@
   For protocol handlers, the interpreter is held for the lifetime of the
   connection.  However, a C protocol module might hook into mod_perl
   (e.g. mod_ftp) and provide a request_rec.  In this case, the default
  -lifetime is that of the request.  Should a mod_perl handler want to
  +scope is that of the request.  Should a mod_perl handler want to
   maintain state for the lifetime of an ftp connection, it is possible
   to do so on a per-virtualhost basis:
  - PerlInterpLifetime connection
  + PerlInterpScope connection

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