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MasonX::Apache2Handler
experimental Mason/mod_perl2 interface

MasonX::Apache2Handler - experimental Mason/mod_perl2 interface


NAME

MasonX::Apache2Handler - experimental (alpha) Mason/mod_perl2 interface


SYNOPSIS


    use MasonX::Apache2Handler;

 

    my $ah = MasonX::Apache2Handler->new (..name/value params..);

    ...

    sub handler {

     my $r = shift;

     $ah->handle_request($r);

    }


DESCRIPTION

MasonX::Apache2Handler is highly experimental ( alpha ) and should only be used in a test environment.

MasonX::Apache2Handler is a clone of HTML::Mason::ApacheHandler changed to work under a pure mod_perl2 environment. The external interface is unchanged, see HTML::Mason::ApacheHandler.

The actual changes I made can be found in the distribution in diff/ApacheHandler.diff ( made with 'diff -Naru' ... ).

A HOTWO for MasonX::Apache2Handler may be found at HOWTO Run Mason with mod_perl2.


PREREQUISITES

You must have the following packages installed:


    mod_perl        => 1.9910

    HTML::Mason'    => 1.25

    libapreq2       => 2.02-dev

Please refer to the original packages' documentation for instructions.


SEE ALSO

My documents, including: HOWTO Run Mason with mod_perl2, MasonX::Request::WithApache2Session, MasonX::Request::WithMulti2Session,

Original Mason documents, including: HTML::Mason::ApacheHandler, MasonX::Request::WithApacheSession, MasonX::Request::WithMultiSession.

Also see the Mason documentation at http://masonhq.com/docs/manual/.


AUTHOR

Beau E. Cox <beau@beaucox.com> http://beaucox.com.

The real authors (I just made mod_perl2 changes) are the Mason crew, including: Jonathan Swartz <swartz@pobox.com>, Dave Rolsky <autarch@urth.org>, Ken Williams <ken@mathforum.org>.

Version 0.05 as of April, 2004.

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