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EPrints::Apache::VLit - VLit Transclusion Module

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This module is consulted when any document file is served. It allows subsets of the whole to be served.

This is an experimental feature. It may be turned off in the configuration if you object to it for some reason.

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$rc = EPrints::Apache::VLit::handler( $r )

Handler for managing EPrints VLit requests.

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EPrints::Apache::VLit::send_http_error( $code, $message )

Generates and prints VLit error message page with HTTP error $code and $message provided.

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EPrints::Apache::VLit::send_http_header( $type )

Generates HTTP header part of VLit response with content type $type.

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EPrints::Apache::VLit::ls_charrange( $filename, $param, $locspec, $r, $baseurl, $args )

Generate VLit response for a specific character range in a particular file.

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EPrints::Apache::VLit::ls_area( $file, $param, $resspec, $r, $baseurl, $args )

Generate VLit response for a specific page area in a particular file.

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EPrints::Apache::VLit::cache_file( $resspec, $param )

Cache file for VLit request.

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