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frank at wiles

Feb 26, 2006, 3:17 PM

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another question...

Should have saved up all of my questions for one E-mail. :)

In /docs/2.0/user/intro/overview.html "New Hook Scheme" section,
it talks about an API change and the example uses Apache2::Hook->add,
which obviously doesn't exist.

I just wanted to double check that it should be moved to
using push_handlers() in the example and not to something from
Apache2::HookRun.

Thanks!

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http://www.wiles.org
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geoff at modperlcookbook

Feb 27, 2006, 6:35 AM

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Re: another question... [In reply to]

Frank Wiles wrote:
> Should have saved up all of my questions for one E-mail. :)
>
> In /docs/2.0/user/intro/overview.html "New Hook Scheme" section,
> it talks about an API change and the example uses Apache2::Hook->add,
> which obviously doesn't exist.

yeah, though there is a META tag that indicates the functionality has yet to
be written.

>
> I just wanted to double check that it should be moved to
> using push_handlers() in the example and not to something from
> Apache2::HookRun.

well, I think there are two things going on here. the first is the hooking
mechanism in httpd proper, which is correctly explained. the second is the
idea of Apache2::Hook, which seems to indicate that you can somehow order
Perl*Handlers through add(). in reality, you can do this already by using
set_handlers() instead of push_handlers(), but the docs are kinda mixing up
two different things - the new hooking mechanism _is_ cool, but the impact
to mod_perl 2.0 users isn't all that great.

in general, I'd say to just remove that entire section, as that doc is
intended to show why mp2 is cooler than mp1 but the hook example has turned
out to really not matter all that much to the end user.

--Geoff

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frank at wiles

Feb 27, 2006, 10:14 AM

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Re: another question... [In reply to]

On Mon, 27 Feb 2006 09:35:52 -0500
Geoffrey Young <geoff [at] modperlcookbook> wrote:

> well, I think there are two things going on here. the first is the
> hooking mechanism in httpd proper, which is correctly explained. the
> second is the idea of Apache2::Hook, which seems to indicate that you
> can somehow order Perl*Handlers through add(). in reality, you can
> do this already by using set_handlers() instead of push_handlers(),
> but the docs are kinda mixing up two different things - the new
> hooking mechanism _is_ cool, but the impact to mod_perl 2.0 users
> isn't all that great.
>
> in general, I'd say to just remove that entire section, as that doc is
> intended to show why mp2 is cooler than mp1 but the hook example has
> turned out to really not matter all that much to the end user.

Done. On a side note, I don't seem to be getting any commit messages
depsite subscribing to the docs-cvs [at] perl list. Does the
system not send you your own commit messages?

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http://www.wiles.org
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geoff at modperlcookbook

Feb 27, 2006, 10:26 AM

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Re: another question... [In reply to]

> Done. On a side note, I don't seem to be getting any commit messages
> depsite subscribing to the docs-cvs [at] perl list. Does the
> system not send you your own commit messages?
>

I didn't see one either...

maybe the commit mail script isn't set up right for docs-cvs. I don't know
where to look, though, but joe knows I think...

--Geoff

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geoff at modperlcookbook

Feb 27, 2006, 5:07 PM

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Re: another question... [In reply to]

Geoffrey Young wrote:
>
>> Done. On a side note, I don't seem to be getting any commit messages
>> depsite subscribing to the docs-cvs [at] perl list. Does the
>> system not send you your own commit messages?
>>
>
>
> I didn't see one either...
>
> maybe the commit mail script isn't set up right for docs-cvs. I don't know
> where to look, though, but joe knows I think...

oh, wait...

I think your post needs to be moderated, since the commit is from
fwiles [at] apache unfortunately, I'm not a moderator for that list, so
we'll need to wait until gozer approves it.

--Geoff

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gozer at ectoplasm

Feb 27, 2006, 5:34 PM

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Re: another question... [In reply to]

Geoffrey Young wrote:
>
> Geoffrey Young wrote:
>
>>> Done. On a side note, I don't seem to be getting any commit messages
>>> depsite subscribing to the docs-cvs [at] perl list. Does the
>>> system not send you your own commit messages?
>>
>>I didn't see one either...
>>
>>maybe the commit mail script isn't set up right for docs-cvs. I don't know
>>where to look, though, but joe knows I think...
>
> oh, wait...
>
> I think your post needs to be moderated, since the commit is from
> fwiles [at] apache unfortunately, I'm not a moderator for that list, so
> we'll need to wait until gozer approves it.

Thanks for pointing out that I am slacking in my moderating duties ;-p You should
see many mails trickle throught in the next hour or so...

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frank at wiles

Feb 27, 2006, 5:41 PM

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Re: another question... [In reply to]

On Mon, 27 Feb 2006 17:34:15 -0800
"Philippe M. Chiasson" <gozer [at] ectoplasm> wrote:

> Thanks for pointing out that I am slacking in my moderating
> duties ;-p You should see many mails trickle throught in the next
> hour or so...

Already got a few from yesterday. Thanks Philippe!

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http://www.wiles.org
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