Switched (Back) to Apache from Cherokee – Part 2: mod_macro

In the last post, I discussed my reasoning for switching back to Apache from Cherokee. In this post, I’ll be talking about mod_macro [cri.ensmp.fr], and how it makes configuring Apache fairly easy, and making tweaks dead simple. One of the big complains about Apache is the difficulty in making changes to all virtual hosts on a server. mod_macro not only makes adding new virtual servers easy, it makes tweaking all of them trivial. Read on for a quick tutorial on mod_macro.

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