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From Adam Prime <>
Subject Re: simple question. Not using 2.xxx10. query params
Date Tue, 09 Jan 2018 22:01:28 GMT
libapreq2 (Apache2::Request) does this kind of stuff, or you can use a 
framework that sits on top of mod_perl that handles it for you.  If you 
want to write raw handlers, the libapreq2 is probably the way to go.


On 18-01-09 10:18 PM, Chris Bennett wrote:
> I am using the 2xxx09 version on OpenBSD.
> The manual pages are still unfinished on this version,
> so I can't find a way to probe for any particular parameter
> such as URL?lang=es&happy=yes&sad=no
> $r->args(); just produces a string.
> Do I really have to parse strings myself or is there a method
> that was undocumented in version 2.xxxx09?
> The manual page right where this would be explained says it needs
> to be finished, which leaves me clueless on how to proceed.

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