[Pdx-pm] Perl coded Apache/mod_perl like webserver?

Roderick A. Anderson raanders at cyber-office.net
Wed May 13 15:36:06 PDT 2009

Amy K. Farrell wrote:
> It's been awhile since I worked with mod_perl, so long that I forget
> what I actually did (I think I used "warn" instead of "print STDERR"
> :-) ... but I think these will help you: 
> http://perl.apache.org/docs/1.0/guide/debug.html#Interactive_mod_perl_Debugging
> http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2006/02/09/debug_mod_perl.html?page=2

Thanks Amy.

> These are from a google search for the terms "debug mod_perl," without
> the quotes.

See my search-fu would have me trying something completely different.

Been a long day too.  :-(

>  - Amy
> On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 02:38:42PM -0700, Roderick A. Anderson wrote:
>> Does that Subject line make any sense?
>> Without doing any searching, since my search-fu has been on the fritz 
>> lately, I'll ask here for a pointers/clue-stick.
>> I was spoiled by working in Catalyst and am now trying to learn about a 
>> largish mod_perl application.  But putting "print STDERR"s everywhere is 
>> a bit of a hack so I was hoping there might be something that acted like 
>>  the Catalyst test server and would let me single step through the code.
>> Suggestions, ideas?
>> \\||/
>> Rod
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