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From anson ho <>
Subject [users@httpd] need explanation for mod_gzip
Date Sun, 01 Feb 2009 09:07:12 GMT
  As I need to rewrite the response headers and body that were
returned from another module in apache 1.3, I've tried to find the
solutions over weeks and finally found that mod_gzip do the similiar
job. In "The handling of modules by Apache 1.3" section of mod_gzip
installation web page
(, it mentioned that
it has done something contradict with apache 1.3 so that it can read
the response from another module. After go through the mod_gzip.c, I
still can't understand the technique that acheive this. Then I have
read the books "Apache, the definitive guide" & "writing apache
modules in perl & C", both of them don't mention this technique. Can
someone has more details on this? Thanks

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