From: Chris Weed (chrisweed_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-05-12 23:13:18
After playing with it a little bit, it seems this won't work for me
out of the box since I am using FastCGI.
FastCGI seems to store the environment variable internally and also
manage the i/o, so that getenv and std::cin won't work.
You may want to consider supporting FastCGI, since it is important for
CGI programs that maintain state between calls, such as database
On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 4:28 AM, Bruno Lalande <bruno.lalande_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi Christopher,
> > I was recently looking at doing something like this. I am interested
> > in what you come up with.
> Thanks for your interest. FYI, if you need it right now, you can
> already use the first version I've posted in the previous mail. If I
> take the "getting started" example in the docs, the only thing you
> have to change once included my header is the store() line :
> po::store(po::cgi_query_parser().options(desc).run(), vm);
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