|Take23: Introduction to programming in mod_perl
Jan 11, 2001, 05 :46 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (1533 reads)
"mod_perl is a large and complex tool, with many pre-built modules available to ease the job of building dynamic web sites. However the aim of this tutorial is to ease you into building a mod_perl module from scratch, to give a better idea of how the mod_perl technology works. ..."
"mod_perl modules are really just Perl modules that follow a special layout. With Perl the easiest way to start out building a module is to use the utility h2xs that is supplied with the Perl distribution. Just type h2xs on the command line to get a list of arguments. ..."
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