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You can tell if mod_perl is in use by the setting of the MOD_PERL environment variable. There are other things about the environment an admin really needs to be able to find out when TWiki is live, so I propose this:

ENV{"varname"} -- inspect the value of an environment variable

Returns the current value of the environment variable varname. For security reasons, only those variables listed in {AccessibleENV} in the Security Settings/Miscellaneous section of configure can be displayed. Any other variable will just be shown as the emtpy string, irrespective of its real value.

If a variable is not set (as against being set to the empty string) it will be returned as not set.


Also took the opportunity to move the HTTP_HOST, REMOTE_* env var eccessors into TWiki variables for deprecation.

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Summary Need a way to tell if mod_perl is in use
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.CrawfordCurrie
Codebase

SVN Range TWiki-4.1.0, Mon, 15 Jan 2007, build 12567
AppliesTo Engine
Component

Priority Enhancement
CurrentState Closed
WaitingFor

Checkins 12595
TargetRelease minor
ReleasedIn 4.2.0
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Topic revision: r5 - 2008-01-22 - KennethLavrsen
 
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