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Writing Apache Modules with Perl and C
By:   Lincoln Stein and Doug MacEachern
Published:   O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.  - March 1999

Copyright © 1999 by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.


 


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Chapter 10 - C API Reference Guide, Part I
Major Data Structures

In this section...

Introduction
The module Record
The request_rec Structure
The server_rec Structure
The conn_rec Structure

Introduction

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Our Perl examples throughout the book have plugged into the Perl API via an object-oriented interface that blurs the distinction between data structures and function calls. For better or for worse, there is no such blurring in the C API. Data is maintained in data structures. To work with these structures, you either access their fields directly or pass them to function calls to do the work for you. In this section, we work our way through the four central data structures in the Apache C API: the module, the request_rec, the conn_rec, and the server_rec.

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