mod_tee serves to "clone" an document as it is
served. It was hacked up as a quick-and-dirty fix when a
Site Valet user complained
of problems saving a Valet report: mod_tee now serves to enable
registered users to request email copies of any report generated.
The current status is "works for us", but it is not of release
quality. It is less-than-complete in several respects. It's
probably not a good idea to use it operationally unless you're prepared
to get your hands dirty fixing any problems, or pay for support.
- TeeType FILE|PIPE|SMTP [Destination]
- Where to send the cloned output:
- FILE - save to a destination file. For testing only!
- PIPE - pipes output to a destination program with popen.
- SMTP - sends cloned output directly to email at a destination
mailserver. Implements SMTP handshake with no error checking - so
it's a dangerous option!
- TeeCondition query|cookie|path|header|env|true|false [key] [val]
- Defines a condition for mod_tee to be activated for a request.
Values true and false are unconditional, while the others define
a QUERY_STRING key, a Cookie, a PATH_INFO component, a request header
or an environment variable to trigger the tee. Conditional values
require a key. If val is defined then key must match it; otherwise
any value of key will activate the tee.
- TeeHeader key value
- Defines an RFC822-style header to be inserted in front of the body
of the page.
See caveats above. This is not production quality!
mod_tee.c source code is available
under the GNU
General Public License (GPL).