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Re^2: How to find Brower name in mod_perl

by perrin (Chancellor)
on Nov 18, 2009 at 18:34 UTC ( #807985=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: How to find Brower name in mod_perl
in thread How to find Brower name in mod_perl

You don't need filter. You use the request object, usually called $r, which you get passed in the beginning of your handler. It's what you get back from $f->r() there. If you're using ModPerl::Registry, it will also be in %ENV.
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[stevieb]: I'll see how to get in touch with someone and advise that there's an issue. Thanks for helping me confiirm pryrt!
[pryrt]: also mismatches; but matches their sha1
[pryrt]: The mismatched ones have a Jan 23 2017 Last-Modified header -- I wonder if they rezipped them and forgot to update the sha1

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