<Perl>sections give you a way to configure Apache using Perl code in the httpd.conf file itself. See Chapter 4 for more information.
panic% perl Makefile.PL PERL_SECTIONS=1 ...
panic% perl Makefile.PL PERL_SSI=1
By enabling PERL_SSI, a new #perl element is added to the standard mod_include functionality. This element allows server-side includes to call Perl subroutines directly. This feature works only when mod_perl is not built as a DSO (i.e., when it's built statically).
If you develop an Apache module in Perl and you want to create custom configuration directives to be recognized in httpd.conf, you need to use Apache::ModuleConfig and Apache::CmdParms. For these modules to work, you will need to enable this option:
panic% perl Makefile.PL PERL_DIRECTIVE_HANDLERS=1
The stacked handlers feature explained in Chapter 4 requires this parameter to be enabled:
panic% perl Makefile.PL PERL_STACKED_HANDLERS=1
The method handlers feature discussed in Chapter 4 requires this parameter to be enabled:
panic% perl Makefile.PL PERL_METHOD_HANDLERS=1
To enable all phase callback handlers, all API modules, and all miscellaneous features, use the "catch-all" option we used when we first compiled mod_perl:
panic% perl Makefile.PL EVERYTHING=1
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