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From "Mark Galbreath" <Galbrea...@gao.gov>
Subject Re: read query params
Date Fri, 10 Feb 2006 20:19:30 GMT
I have one whine....I bought "Practical mod_perl" from amazon.com and was v e r y disappointed
that it only covered version 1 (only a brief reference to MP2).  I understand that MP2 is
so different that I've wasted $30 (well, at least Stas and Eric will get about 10 cents out
of it).
 
mark

>>> Boysenberry Payne <boysenberry@humaniteque.com> 10-Feb-06 13:37:26 PM >>>

> P.S.
> With the modification that you made for mod_perl2 you will loose a lot 
> of perl programmer and I doubt that you will get new ones.
>  

I think you might be mistaken here.

I love MP2 even though I've had my fair share or issues to work out 
with it.
The new Apache hooks are fabulous.  I was able to cut my code down 
considerably
from the MP1 versions of my code.  It's nice to not have to rely 
entirely on CGI.pm
to get cookies and posts taken care of anymore.  Much cleaner system.

I hope the developers keep up the great work!

Boysenberry

boysenberrys.com | habitatlife.com | selfgnosis.com

On Feb 9, 2006, at 11:22 AM, M J wrote:

> I'm very disappointed regarding the mod_perl 2 documentation and 
> changes that have been made.
> I'm searching for several hours already how can I read the query 
> params using only mod_perl2 API.
> I had problem installing libapreq2-2.06-dev and I'm tired to debug 
> that library.
> I want to use mod_perl2 API to do the simplest job possible: read the 
> parameters sent using GET or POST. I am looping around and I did not 
> find a clear example or explanation regarding this.
> I can use $r->args() but then I need to split that string in order to 
> get my param value. I doubt that this is a good solution.
>  
> P.S.
> With the modification that you made for mod_perl2 you will loose a lot 
> of perl programmer and I doubt that you will get new ones.
>  
> M J
>
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