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Jonathan Vanasco wrote:

How would people feel about putting the numerical status codes in the
Apache2::Const docs

They're not there now, its kind of a bitch to flip back and forth
through misc docs to find it

i couldn't actually find a mapping of the apache constants in the
modperl dist- everything seems to pull from apache's internals directly
constants are precisely there so that one doesn't need to rely on numbers
which may change in the future versions of httpd. Granted the HTTP code
constants won't change, but the rest could. And mp2/httpd2 has hundreds of
those constants, compared to a few dozens in mp1/httpd1.3

May be a reference to httpd-2.x/includes/httpd.h (as suggested by Geoff)
should be sufficient for users who understand the risk they are undertaking.

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