From: Shams (shams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-26 05:48:15
I'd fall back to using apache or lighthttpd anytime.
However module support would be cool.
I mean design the library in such a way that it could run as a
standalone cgi program or as an apache module like php.
-- "Darren Garvey" <lists.drrngrvy_at_[hidden]> wrote in message news:1be3e4b20704251546l79e1036u99fb51c9f67274d0_at_mail.gmail.com... > On 25/04/07, Jose <jmalv04_at_[hidden]> wrote: >> >> The numbers refer to the use cases: >> >> 1) CGI output support >> 2) FCGI deamon support > > > Both included. > > (and optionally FCGI on the c++ web server side to >> interface to the FCGI daemon) > > > My guess is that if this is ever done, it won't appear for a long time. > > 3) an improved asio http server that supports CGI pages (this would be > very >> useful) > > > Adding http support to the library is a possibility, and has been > discussed > before. It's _not_ part of the SoC project though: at best it'll be added > later, assuming all goes well. That said, http support isn't likely to be > safe for use as a public 'server' at any point: that's a huge task and one > probably far beyond the realm of any single library. > > 4) advanced applications, like debugging >> > > Not included, but see my previous mail. > > Darren > _______________________________________________ > Unsubscribe & other changes: > http://lists.boost.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/boost >
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