A lightweight Apache module for Perl scripts

mod_perlite version 0.10 ======================== mod_perlite is a lightweight Perl module for Apache 2.x that is easy to install, easy to use, and compatible with the CGI spec. Your script can find out if it is running under mod_perlite

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