kevin at cursor.biz
Sat Apr 10 11:13:46 EDT 2004
mccul2 at mccullough-net.com wrote:
> Is that still being used/supported?
> What does that do exactly, is it like rewrite mod for apache to take the
> cgi- bin out?
Mod_interchange is still being maintained, yes.
The general idea behind the module is to avoid the overhead of
having to fork and exec a CGI script/executable for every page
request. A nice side effect of this is that your pages get a
Various features have been added to the module over its lifetime,
such as server failover support, request retries and further URI
You'll find that the latest version (1.30 at this time) is supplied
with the current Interchange 5.1.0 beta release. You'll also find
it in the downloads section of my Interchange resources website:
Please note that mod_interchange is NOT compatible with Apache 2.
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