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From Anthony Gardner <>
Subject Re: Apache::Reload == Lost ENV
Date Fri, 01 Dec 2006 15:15:32 GMT
it's actually MP .......... not too sure, to be honest. I work for a largce co. that are using
RedHat pkgs and although it claims tp be MP2, its version number gives 1.99(sth) and the Apache
namespaces are Apache and not Apache2. 

So, this already is a bone of contention.

The code to the functions are  v, v simple

 package WWW::Utils;

use strict;
use diagnostics;

use Apache::ServerUtil;
use Apache::RequestUtil();
use ModPerl::Util;

sub printenv() {
  my $self = shift;
  print STDERR map{ "\t$_ => $ENV{$_}\n" } sort keys %ENV;

sub document_root() {

"Philip M. Gollucci" <> wrote: Anthony Gardner wrote:
> I'm def not the first to have noticed this, I googled but nothing sprang 
> out at me.
> I have a pkg var
> our $DOCUMENT_ROOT = WWW::Utils->document_root();
> and I print %ENV at package level
> WWW::Utils->printenv();
I'm assuming mp1.  I think you might have to show the contents of those 
functions to the list.....

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