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Manual Reference Pages  -  BIGTOP::BACKEND::CGI (3)

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NAME

Bigtop::Backend::CGI - defines the legal keywords for cgi backends

CONTENTS

SYNOPYSIS

If you are making a cgi generating backend:



    use Bigtop::Backend::CGI



This specifies the keywords for cgi generating backends.

If you need to add a keyword which is generally useful, add it here (and send in a patch). If you need a backend specific keyword, register is within your backend module.

DESCRIPTION

If you are using a Bigtop backend in the CGI family, you should read this document to find out what the valid keywords are and what effect they have.

If you are writing a Bigtop::CGI:: module, you should use this module. That will register the keywords your module will need.

BASIC STRUCTURE

A bigtop file looks like this:



    config {
    }
    app name {
        controller name {
        }
    }



KEYWORDS

Inside the app braces, you can include the location keyword. Its value will be the base Apache Location for the application. The default is ’/’.

Inside the controller braces, you may include a location or a rel_location keyword. Use location if you want to specify an absolute path and rel_location if you want to specify a path relative to the app level location.

AUTHOR

Phil Crow <crow.phil@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT and LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2005 by Phil Crow

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.6 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

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