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From Stas Bekman <>
Subject Re: What phase am I in?
Date Sat, 22 Dec 2001 16:27:51 GMT
Dave Rolsky wrote:

> On 21 Dec 2001, Vivek Khera wrote:
>>>>>>>"DR" == Dave Rolsky <> writes:
>>>>It's called current_callback().
>>DR> Grr, its not documented when I do 'perldoc Apache'.
>>There's a lot of stuff not so documented.  The mod_perl book has much
>>more complete docs.
> Which is nice for ORA and the books authors, but fairly irritating for
> folks like myself.  Hell, I have the book but I don't always have it with
> me.

You can always send patches :)

> I'd submit patches for this but I'm figuring 1.2x will be out of date soon
> enough with 2.0 in the works.  Hopefully that will be better documented
> and if not, I can always help out.

I think 1.x is going to stick for a while, just like many people still 
using perl5.004 and apache 1.3.12 :) So docs won't never hurt.

I really hope to get a lot of help from you guys for 2.0, If you 
remember my original docs RFC back a few months ago, there will be a lot 
of documentation. If you are already playing with things like the new 
Apache::Test (which already has quite a big tutorial and I plan on 
competing it next week, check the modperl-docs repository) and modperl 
2.0 you can start submit docs patches right now.

Ideally the early adopters can help with the docs and when mod_perl 2.0 
is released most of the essential docs should be there already for 
others to learn from.

If you are not sure where you can help, you can already join the 
docs-dev <at> and docs-cvs <at> lists 
(both have a low traffic right now) and silentry lurk until you get to 
see something that you can give a hand with.

Stas Bekman             JAm_pH      --   Just Another mod_perl Hacker      mod_perl Guide

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