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       CGI::SSI_Parser - Implement SSI for Perl CGI


         use CGI::SSI_Parser;

         $CGI::SSI_Parser::recursive = 1;



       CGI::SSI_Parser is used in CGI scripts for parsing SSI directives in files or string
       variables, and fully implements the functionality of apache's mod_include module.

       It is an alternative to famous Apache::SSI modules, but it doesn't require mod_perl. This
       is an advantage to those who are using public hosting services.  There is a disadvantage,
       however - the module consumes much memory, and I don't recommend using it on heavy-loaded
       sites (currently it's being used on a site with 10000 hits, and I consider this as a
       limit). I hope to get rid of this disadvantage by the time the release comes out
       (currently it's beta).

   SSI Directives
       This module supports the same directives as mod_include. For methods listed below but not
       documented, please see mod_include's online documentation at .

       ·   config

       ·   echo

           This directive is not fully supported in current version.

       ·   exec

       ·   fsize

       ·   flastmod

       ·   include

       ·   printenv

       ·   set

           This directive is not supported in current version.

       ·   perl

           This directive is not supported in current version.

       ·   if

       ·   elif

       ·   else

       ·   endif

           These four directives are not supported in current version.

   Outline Usage
       First you need to load the CGI::SSI_Parser module:

         use CGI::SSI_Parser;

       You need to specify the following when processing of all nested directives is needed
       (default value - 0):

        $CGI::SSI_Parser::recursive = 1;

       To parse file or string you need to use:


       The result is printed to STDOUT.


       Full implementation of all SSI directives.

       Optimize memory consumption.


       Vadim Y. Ponomarenko,


       mod_include, perl(1).