[mod_python] Re: Calling APR optional functions provided by modules

Deron Meranda deron.meranda at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 16:04:50 EST 2005

I went ahead and coded and tested patches to mod_python 3.2.5b
which allow access to many mod_ssl parameters in early request

I don't know how contributed enhancements like this are normally
handled, so I'm attaching the patch files to this email.  If they
should instead go someplace else please let me know.

Basically I added two new methods to the request object.


which will invoke the mod_ssl optional functions ssl_is_https()
and ssl_var_lookup().  They safely handle the case where
mod_ssl is not loaded or not available.

They also work perfectly fine from say the PythonAccessHandler
phase, whereas using subprocess_env does not.
Deron Meranda
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