Sample Web application
amk at amk.ca
Thu Jul 10 21:23:41 CEST 2003
On Thursday, July 10, 2003, at 02:47 PM, Ian Bicking wrote:
> These features do make it a little more complicated, but they solve
> particular problems, and reducing duplication would help us all. All
> three protocols (mod_scgi, mod_skunkweb, and mod_webkit) do almost
> exactly the same thing. And then there's FastCGI...
... and Zope's old mod_pcgi, and mod_lisp, and doubtless a mod_ruby or
two; this wheel has been reinvented many, many times. Someone should
write a specification for the communication protocol (a protocol
simpler than FastCGI, which has a specification but is too complicated)
and then we can all use the same communication protocol.
Neil's spec for SCGI is at http://python.ca/nas/scgi/protocol.txt .
>> The Dulcinea package (http://www.mems-exchange.org/software/dulcinea/)
>> includes scripts for running multiple web sites on a machine
>Which portions are you referring to? None of the modules you describe
>in the overview seem to apply.
This is the bin/site script. See
for some documentation. (But it assumes that everything -- Apache,
site content, code -- live under /www, and changing that assumption
would be messy.)
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