libapache-ssllookup-perl 2.00-04-3build2 source package in Ubuntu


libapache-ssllookup-perl (2.00-04-3build2) jammy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for the perl update.

 -- Matthias Klose <email address hidden>  Sun, 06 Feb 2022 14:11:43 +0100

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libapache-ssllookup-perl_2.00-04-3build2.dsc 2.3 KiB 8cb35ad8c66b4783f2015691b0b0dfca77b87f855d7ae68bb680f2a3c7262108

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libapache-ssllookup-perl: glue layer between Perl handlers and the mod_ssl public API

 Apache::SSLLookup is a glue layer between Perl handlers and the mod_ssl
 public API. Under normal circumstances, you would use $r->subprocess_env() to
 glean information about mod_ssl. for example,
 $request_is_over_ssl = $r->subprocess_env('HTTPS');
 however, this is only possible after mod_ssl runs its fixups - that is, Perl
 handlers can only accurately check the subprocess_env table for mod_ssl
 information in the PerlResponsePhase or later.
 This module allows you to query mod_ssl directly via its public C API at any
 point in the request cycle. but without using C, of course.

libapache-ssllookup-perl-dbgsym: debug symbols for libapache-ssllookup-perl