Mailing List Archives
Try the Apache::ASP mailing list archive first when working
through an issue as others may have had the same question
as you, then try the mod_perl list archives since often
problems working with Apache::ASP are really mod_perl ones.
The Apache::ASP mailing list archives are located at:
The mod_perl mailing list and archives are located at:
Please subscribe to the Apache::ASP mailing list
by sending an email to asp-subscribe[at]perl.apache.org
and send your questions or comments to the list
after your subscription is confirmed.
To unsubscribe from the Apache::ASP mailing list,
just send an email to asp-unsubscribe[at]perl.apache.org
If you think this is a mod_perl specific issue, you can
send your question to modperl[at]apache.org
Apache::ASP is freely distributed under the terms of the Perl Artistic License
( see the LICENSE section ). If you would like to donate time to
the project, please get involved on the Apache::ASP Mailing List,
and submit ideas, bug fixes and patches for the core system,
and perhaps most importantly to simply support others in learning
the ins and outs of the software.
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