"In the July 2002 edition of this column... I described in
detail how I had placed http://www.stonehenge.com under CVS
management and how I had chosen to use TT to manage the slight
variations required for the files between development versions and
production versions. But I glossed over (for lack of room) how I
use TT to manage the variations between the front-end,
caching-reverse-proxy server and the back-end, heavy Apache
mod_perl server, including how to make it easy to have many virtual
servers with similar configurations. Let's look at that now..."
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