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ModPerl::Const -- ModPerl Constants Synopsis # make the constants available but don't import them use ModPerl::Const -compile => qw(constant names ...); # w/o the => syntax sugar use ModPerl::Const ("-compile", qw(constant names ...)); # compile and import the constants use ModPerl::Const qw(constant names ...); Description This package contains constants specific to mod_perl features. Refer to "the Apache2::Const description section" for more information. Constants Other Constants "ModPerl::EXIT" since: 2.0.00 See "ModPerl::Util::exit". See Also mod_perl 2.0 documentation. Copyright mod_perl 2.0 and its core modules are copyrighted under The Apache Software License, Version 2.0. Authors The mod_perl development team and numerous contributors. perl v5.16.2 2011-02-0apache_mod_perl-108~358::mod_perl-2.0.7::docs::api::ModPerl::Const(3)

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ModPerl::MM -- A "subclass" of ExtUtils::MakeMaker for mod_perl 2.0 Synopsis use ModPerl::MM; # ModPerl::MM takes care of doing all the dirty job of overriding ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile(...); # if there is a need to extend the default methods sub MY::constants { my $self = shift; $self->ModPerl::MM::MY::constants; # do something else; } # or prevent overriding completely sub MY::constants { shift->MM::constants(@_); }"; # override the default value of WriteMakefile's attribute my $extra_inc = "/foo/include"; ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile( ... INC => $extra_inc, ... ); # extend the default value of WriteMakefile's attribute my $extra_inc = "/foo/include"; ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile( ... INC => join " ", $extra_inc, ModPerl::MM::get_def_opt('INC'), ... ); Description "ModPerl::MM" is a "subclass" of "ExtUtils::MakeMaker" for mod_perl 2.0, to a degree of sub-classability of "ExtUtils::MakeMaker". When "ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile()" is used instead of "ExtUtils::MakeMaker::WriteMakefile()", "ModPerl::MM" overrides several "ExtUtils::MakeMaker" methods behind the scenes and supplies default "WriteMakefile()" arguments adjusted for mod_perl 2.0 build. It's written in such a way so that normally 3rd party module developers for mod_perl 2.0, don't need to mess with Makefile.PL at all. "MY::" Default Methods "ModPerl::MM" overrides method foo as long as Makefile.PL hasn't already specified a method MY::foo. If the latter happens, "ModPerl::MM" will DWIM and do nothing. In case the functionality of "ModPerl::MM" methods needs to be extended, rather than completely overriden, the "ModPerl::MM" methods can be called internally. For example if you need to modify constants in addition to the modifications applied by "ModPerl::MM::MY::constants", call the "ModPerl::MM::MY::constants" method (notice that it resides in the package "ModPerl::MM::MY" and not "ModPerl::MM"), then do your extra manipulations on constants: # if there is a need to extend the methods sub MY::constants { my $self = shift; $self->ModPerl::MM::MY::constants; # do something else; } In certain cases a developers may want to prevent from "ModPerl::MM" to override certain methods. In that case an explicit override in Makefile.PL will do the job. For example if you don't want the "constants()" method to be overriden by "ModPerl::MM", add to your Makefile.PL: sub MY::constants { shift->MM::constants(@_); }"; "ModPerl::MM" overrides the following methods: "ModPerl::MM::MY::post_initialize" This method is deprecated. "WriteMakefile()" Default Arguments "ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile" supplies default arguments such as "INC" and "TYPEMAPS" unless they weren't passed to "ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile" from Makefile.PL. If the default values aren't satisfying these should be overriden in Makefile.PL. For example to supply an empty INC, explicitly set the argument in Makefile.PL. ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile( ... INC => '', ... ); If instead of fully overriding the default arguments, you want to extend or modify them, they can be retrieved using the "ModPerl::MM::get_def_opt()" function. The following example appends an extra value to the default "INC" attribute: my $extra_inc = "/foo/include"; ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile( ... INC => join " ", $extra_inc, ModPerl::MM::get_def_opt('INC'), ... ); "ModPerl::MM" supplies default values for the following "ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile" attributes: "CCFLAGS" "LIBS" "INC" "OPTIMIZE" "LDDLFLAGS" "TYPEMAPS" "dynamic_lib" "OTHERLDFLAGS" dynamic_lib => { OTHERLDFLAGS => ... } "macro" "MOD_INSTALL" macro => { MOD_INSTALL => ... } makes sure that Apache-Test/ is added to @INC. Public API The following functions are a part of the public API. They are described elsewhere in this document. "WriteMakefile()" ModPerl::MM::WriteMakefile(...); "get_def_opt()" my $def_val = ModPerl::MM::get_def_opt($key); perl v5.16.2 2011-02-07 apache_mod_perl-108~358::mod_perl-2.0.7::docs::api::ModPerl::MM(3)
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