[Web-SIG] [ANN] Aspen 0.5 -- module reloading & directory handlers
chad at zetaweb.com
Sat Dec 9 03:38:58 CET 2006
Ian Bicking wrote:
> Chad Whitacre wrote:
>>> > - I should be able to type "aspen" in any directory and have
>>> > something smart happen.
>>> I really can't predict what that would do...? That doesn't seem simple
>>> to me. It starts up a web server serving the current directory, I
>>> guess, but with what configuration? What port, what logging, etc?
>> So there's an interesting question: with a first impression, what
>> would ya'll expect this to do? I'd love to know if I got it right. :-)
> I guess I'd expect it to look for a server config file in the current
> directory, with some standard filename (e.g., aspen.conf), and then
> start a server in the foreground. Or maybe I'd expect it to act like
> apachectl, and control an existing process.
Any other takers on this one?
$ cd /usr/local/www/example.com
What happens next?
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