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Apache Week: Book Review: mod_perl Pocket Reference
Feb 16, 2001, 16 :29 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (878 reads)

"The first few sections of this book run through the basic functionality of mod_perl, the HTTP protocol, the list of phases in which Apache processes its requests, and provides the reader with references for further information. Next is a brief tutorial on getting mod_perl to work with Apache - but as this is not a full-blown user guide, one is expected to have installed mod_perl before."

"I would highly recommend this book to mod_perl lovers as they may discover something that they may have missed while using the module. As for the experts, this book may be quite handy as a quick revision guide. It is also an excellent source of information for users who have been using mod_perl for only a short while. ..."

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