I'm trying to solve the following issue in a (hopefully) simply way:

- I'm creating web-pages using php and perl (using a page template)
- the dynamically created pages may contain php code which I like to get

  interpreted in a normal fasion.

The ideas is have to solve the problem are:
- using 'eval()' ... that does not seem to work correctly, because
  the pages may use <?php ... ?> blocks allover and the variable
  context seems not to be maintained. (btw: I already redirected the
  eval() output to a string)
- save the created page to a file and redirect the browser to the
  new page (seems to be slow, because interaction with the users
  browser is required

What I like to do:
- simply create the page (as normal), but instead of sending this
  page to the browser, I like to send it to the web-server again
  (linux with apache & windows with IIS). So the webserver
  can handle the page as it had been a normal php page.

Any idea????

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