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       Embperl::Syntax::SSI - define SSI syntax for Embperl


        [$ syntax SSI $]

        DATE_GMT:       <!-- #echo  var='DATE_GMT' -->
        DATE_LOCAL:    <!-- #echo  var='DATE_LOCAL' -->
        DOCUMENT_NAME: <!-- #echo  var='DOCUMENT_NAME' -->
        DOCUMENT_URI:  <!-- #echo  var='DOCUMENT_URI' -->
        LAST_MODIFIED: <!-- #echo  var='LAST_MODIFIED' -->


       The module make Embperl understand the following SSI tags. See Apaches mod_include (or
       Apache::SSI) for a description, what they do.

       ·   config

       ·   echo

       ·   exec

       ·   fsize

       ·   flastmod

       ·   include

       ·   printenv

       ·   set

       ·   if

       ·   elif

       ·   else

       ·   endif

       ·   syntax

           The syntax SSI is non standard and is used to change the syntax once you are in SSI
           syntax. It looks like

             <!--#syntax type="Embperl" -->


       Gerald Richter <richter at embperl dot org>

       Some ideas and parts of the code are taken from Apache::SSI by Ken Williams.

See Also

       Embperl::Syntax, Embperl::Syntax::HTML