# Mod_perl2 & RT

Just a note, if you are using mod_perl2 & apache2, you need to use
mod_perl2 RC4 (as posted earlier) and CGI 3.07. If CGI version is
greater than 3.07, it looks for Apache2:: name spaces.

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Scott T. Hildreth shildreth@allantgroup.com

Just a note, if you are using mod_perl2 & apache2, you need to use
mod_perl2 RC4 (as posted earlier) and CGI 3.07. If CGI version is
greater than 3.07, it looks for Apache2:: name spaces.

Or use mp2-RC6 and CGI 3.07+. This requires modifications to at least
webmux.pl and Mason libraries but will work when you fix the namespaces.

William

I used RC6 & CGI 3.09, but I didn’t know how deep the changes would go.
I wanted to get it up and running and then look into changing the name
spaces.On Mon, 2005-05-16 at 13:46 -0400, William McKee wrote:

On Mon, May 16, 2005 at 11:49:37AM -0500, Scott T. Hildreth wrote:

Just a note, if you are using mod_perl2 & apache2, you need to use
mod_perl2 RC4 (as posted earlier) and CGI 3.07. If CGI version is
greater than 3.07, it looks for Apache2:: name spaces.

Or use mp2-RC6 and CGI 3.07+. This requires modifications to at least
webmux.pl and Mason libraries but will work when you fix the namespaces.

William

Scott T. Hildreth shildreth@allantgroup.com

I used RC6 & CGI 3.09, but I didn’t know how deep the changes would go.
I wanted to get it up and running and then look into changing the name
spaces.

It took me a few stabs to find them all and get the system running but
it wasn’t as painful as I had feared (much less so than running a second
server with 1.3.x just to host rt). BTW, CGI 3.10 is out which fixes up
some issues with mp2-RC6.

William