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Apache Module Registration: mod_trigger

Apache Module Registration: mod_trigger

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 5, 2001


The following submission has been added to the Apache Module Registry database. Mod_trigger has been added to the Apache Module Registry database. It provides hooks into each request to launch events in the webserver based on any of a dozen actions/occurances.
Title:          mod_trigger
Descr:          Mod_trigger provides you hooks into each request to launch
                events in the webserver based on any of a dozen actions/occurances.
URL:            http://tangent.org/mod_trigger/
Version:        1.0
Author:         Brian Aker
AuthorEmail:    brian@tangent.org
Maintainer:     Brian Aker
MaintEmail:     brian@tangent.org
Copyright:      BSD
Keywords:       trigger events monitor

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