Ok. I figured it out finally.
subreq = (void *)ap_sub_req_lookup_file(r->filename,r);
subreq->assbackwards = r->assbackwards;
assbbackwards was 1, which meant that it was considered an HTTP/0.9
request... hence, NO HEADERS.
-I hate stupid sayings at the end of emails. -Shaun
On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Chand wrote:
> >Hi dudes
> I have this apache module i've written which makes a subrequest on a php
> script. My problem is, the main request which is sent to the client browser
> doesn't have the headers sent by the php script.
> Any module guru who could help me solving this problem ? Is there anything
> in the apache module that solves this ?
> I'm posting this here cause this community works a lot on php-development
> which is very close to apache. I thought maybe this was a php issue too.
> Thanks again for any answer that might help me.
> Cya later
> Joey : "Ross, If the homo sapiens really were *homo* sapiens, is that why
> they're extinct ?"
> Ross : "Joey, they're people"
> Joey :" Hey i'm not judging !"
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