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Squatting::On::MP13 - a handler for Apache 1.3's mod_perl
First, load the App + Squatting::On::MP13:
<Perl> use App 'On::MP13'; App->init; </Perl>
Then, setup a handler in your Apache config:
<Location /> SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler App </Location>
Alternatively, if your mod_perl has method handler support, you can say:
<Location /> SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler App->mp13 </Location>
VirtualHost configuration using Pod::Server as an example:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName podserver.mydomain.org DocumentRoot /www/podserver.mydomain.org ErrorLog logs/podserver.mydomain.org-error_log CustomLog logs/podserver.mydomain.org-access_log common <Perl> use Pod::Server 'On::MP13'; Pod::Server->init; </Perl> <Location /> SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler Pod::Server </Location> </VirtualHost>
The purpose of this module is to add an
mp13 method to your app that can be used as a mod_perl method handler. It also adds a conventional mod_perl handler so that Squatting apps can be deployed on mod_perl installations that don't have method handler support built in. To use this module, pass the string
'On::MP13' to the
use statement that loads your Squatting app. Also, make sure you've configured your Apache to use
App->mp13 as the handler.
They should have stopped at Apache 1.3.37.
This method takes an Apache request object, and translates the request into terms that Squatting understands. Then, after your app has handled the request, it will send out an HTTP response via mod_perl.
Unfortunately, it is common for mod_perl to not have method handler support compiled in, so a more conventional mod_perl handler is also provided. This just calls
(Note that this sub is added directly to the App that loaded Squatting::On::MP13. It's
App::handler and NOT