FAQ

Scott Penrose wrote:
Is this a request or a connection filter? It won't work as a
connection filter (r is not available there).

It is an ouptut filter.
But what output filter? There are two:
http://perl.apache.org/docs/2.0/user/handlers/filters.html#HTTP_Request_vs__Connection_Filters
What's the core's backtrace?

I will generate this tomorrow (don't have access to the machine today).

Thanks

Scott

P.S. I have done a temporary work around which is to have standard
Handler which provides the first call as a parameter, so it does a
Subrequest on the first one, then does the expansion (more
Subrequests). I have found this has not really worked the way I want,
but it did allow me to move forward on my project a little.
cool

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