Michael Virnstein wrote:
> afaik yes.
> The module version should be called if apache has been requested with one of
> the
> reqistered php file types. the cgi version can be used as shell interpreter.
> the only thing that can smash th whole thing imo, is if you try to use the
> cgi version
> via web if you have php also installed as apache module. but all of what i
> wrote is a guess,
> never tried by myself.

Works well, and if your using libraries of code, you can share between the
web module and the cgi. his is what I do, and sometimes I run a daemon to
update a cache, so that the web module never needs to hang the user while
it retrieves data from a remote site.

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