A common problem with mod_perl 1.0 was that the namespace was shared by all code within the process. Consider two developers using the same server, each of whom wants to run a different version of a module with the same name. This example will create two parent Perl interpreters, one for each <VirtualHost>, each with its own namespace and pointing to a different path in @INC:
<VirtualHost ...> ServerName dev1 PerlOptions +Parent PerlSwitches -Mblib=/home/dev1/lib/perl </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost ...> ServerName dev2 PerlOptions +Parent PerlSwitches -Mblib=/home/dev2/lib/perl </VirtualHost>
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