From: Shams (shams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-07 05:58:12
mod_cplusplus is alive by the looks of it.
Last release on Feb - 2007
-- "Phil Endecott" <spam_from_boost_dev_at_[hidden]> wrote in message news:1175888661666_at_dmwebmail.belize.chezphil.org... > Jarrad Waterloo wrote: >> Phil Endecott wrote: >>> I have also used the Apache module API, and have written >>> standalone HTTP servers. >> How does one go about doing that? > > Which - the Apache module or the standalone HTTP server? > > Apache has copious documentation, which is good because the API is very > complex in a kind of "C++ written in C" sort of way. I did not enjoy > using it, but it is stable and featurefull. > > The code for my standalone server, which is part of Anyterm (GPL > licence), is online at > > http://svn.anyterm.org/anyterm/trunk/daemon/HttpDaemon.cc > > This makes use of a general-purpose thread-per-session TCP daemon class > of mine, combined with an HTTP request parser written using Spirit. > > The rest of Anyterm is designed so that it will work as either an > Apache module or with this standalone HTTP daemon. This makes it all > much more complicated than it would otherwise need to be (for example I > have to use shared memory in the Apache case; luckily the Boost shared > memory library first appeared at exactly the right moment - thanks > Ion!). So unless you really need something that will work in both > contexts I don't recommend copying it. > > In fact, I think that I would recommend always using a standalone HTTP > daemon, and using Apache's mod_proxy, or something similar from another > web server, to communicate with it. > >> I have tried >> using POCO but it's a little buggy and I can't seem to get any support. >> So, >> if I could learn to do the same but using Apache, I would be ecstatic! >> Could >> you provide a tutorial/example on how this could be done? > > Well my code is all online, and there is lots of Apache documentation. > But what I have is far from a general-purpose C++ API for Apache, and > the Apache API itself is not great for rapid application development. > > At one time there was a "mod_cplusplus" for Apache, but I don't think > it is up to date. You might like to ask about this on the Apache lists. > > Please feel free to mail me privately if you have any non-Boost > questions about any of my code. > > > Regards, > > Phil. > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > Unsubscribe & other changes: > http://lists.boost.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/boost >
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