APR - Perl Interface for Apache Portable Runtime (libapr and libaprutil Libraries)
use APR ();
On load this modules prepares the APR enviroment (initializes memory pools, data structures, etc.)
You don't need to use this module explicitly, since it's already
loaded internally by all
You'd use the
APR::* modules outside mod_perl 2.0, just like you'd
use it with mod_perl 2.0. For example to get a random unique string
you could call:
% perl -MAPR::UUID -le 'print APR::UUID->new->format'
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