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Wednesday November 05, 2003
12:15 AM

Config::ApacheFormat 1.2, the Nathan Wiger edition

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Config::ApacheFormat 1.2 is out! As you can see from the giant Changes entry, Nathan Wiger has been very busy. Config::ApacheFormat now has almost all the "extra" features from Nathan's Apache::ConfigFile - variable expansion, ServerRoot-style directives, include directories, and much more.

Thanks Nathan! You're a better man than I. (When I started Config::ApacheFormat I built a new module rather than attempt to fix the problems I'd found with Apache::ConfigFile!)

-sam

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  • Yes, but does it complain when it runs into blocks? Apache::ConfigFile issues a lot of warnings when it runs into them, but it does work.

    David
    • I have no idea. I'm sure it won't do anything good with them. I'd advise anyone trying to parse an Apache conf with Perl blocks to just filter them out before sending the file to Config::ApacheFormat. It would be easy to add an option to skip the contents of a Perl blocks. Something for the TODO list, I suppose.

      -sam

  • Hmm, so that's why CGI::FormBuilder v. 3 is running late....