Naoya Ito

NAME

ModPerl::VersionUtil - Makes it easier to investigate your mod_perl version.

SYNOPSIS

  use ModPerl::VersionUtil;

  if (ModPerl::VersionUtil->is_mp) {
    print "It's running under mod_perl.";
    print "mod_perl version: " . ModPerl::VersionUtil->mp_version_string;
  }

  if (ModPerl::VersionUtil->is_mp2) {
    require Apache2 ();
    require Apache2::RequestRec();
    require Apache2::RequestIO ();
  } elsif (ModPerl::VersionUtil->is_mp19) {
    require Apache2;
    require Apache::RequestRec();
    require Apache::RequestIO ();
  } elsif (ModPerl::VersionUtil->is_mp1) {
    require Apache;
  }

DESCRIPTION

This module helps you to investigate your mod_perl version easily.

METHODS

is_mp

Returns true if your application is running under mod_perl.

is_mp1

Returns true if your mod_perl version is 1.0.

is_mp19

Returns true if your mod_perl version is 1.9 which is incompatible with 2.0.

is_mp2

Returns true if your mod_perl version is 2.0 or higher.

mp_version

Returns your mod_perl version as number. (e.g. '1.99920')

mp_version_string

Returns your mod_perl version as string. (e.g. '1.999.20')

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Craig Manley <CMANLEY@cpan.org> gave me a code to handle an external scripts correctly.

AUTHOR

Naoya Ito, <naoya@bloghackers.net>

Some codes are borrowed from the Catalyst web application framework which can handle any versions of mod_perl elegantly.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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