guide::modules, because now the guide is a part of a much bigger collection of the documents, which need to be fully qualified, so each document can link to other documents in different projects/subprojects.
o added descriptions to all chapters (Per Einar Ellefsen) o The document structure has been reorganized and decentralized: some general chapters have left the Guide in favor of the "General Documentation" section, which is where you should look now for some of the sections that were earlier here [Thomas Klausner] o s/headers_out/header_out/ where it was incorrectly used, (Issac Goldstand) o fix the potential bug when using -r $file followed by -M _ and 'do $filename' inbetween, which may call stat() and _ won't include the right stat struct.
Later if you need Apache Perl API functionality you can always add it.
If you are about to write a new CGI script from scratch, it would be a good idea to learn about possible mod_perl related pitfalls and to avoid them in the first place.
The Easy Apache profiles do not provide the mod_perl gives you a persistent Perl interpreter embedded in your web server.
This lets you avoid the overhead of starting an external interpreter and avoids the penalty of Perl start-up time, giving you super-fast dynamic content.
Most Perl modules are "building blocks"; developers use them to build applications or even more building blocks.
(Randy Kobes) o "Interpolation vs List" update: wrongly used the 'concatenation' term instead of interpolation (Mark Summerfield) o "Interpolation, Concatenation or List" was rewritten o new: "Architecture Specific Compile Options" (Tim Bunce, Perrin Harkins, Greg Cope, Owen Williams, Vivek Khera, Steve Fink, James W Walden) o added a link to Andrew Ford's Apache and mod_perl pocket books.
o added a link to take23o added a XS resources section o added a link to the scalable list archive o remove the mailing list post address, to make it easier of Ask to filter SPAM.
This method is also handy when you extend the HTTP protocol and add new response codes.
For example you could invent a new error code and tell Apache to use that in the response like so: also provides auto-generated Perl interface for a few other methods which aren't tested at the moment and therefore their API is a subject to change.