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digitalmars.D.announce - FastCGI4D alpha 0.9 released

reply Matthias Walter <walter mail.math.uni-magdeburg.de> writes:
The first release of FastCGI4D is ready. It is a Tango-compatible FastCGI
implementation, supporting different concepts (loop, threaded, application
class) as well as all other D features (in particular, exceptions work well and
report to webserver log if not caught).

http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/

Unfortunately I don't have the capabilities to extensivly test it on a Windows
system. But it uses the original libfcgi and its OS dependend functions, and
thus it should work. I would be pleased to receive feedback about it, so you're
welcome to test it.

See http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/wiki/UsageExamples for some examples.

Matthias
Jul 08 2007
next sibling parent reply Knud Soerensen <4tuu4k002 sneakemail.com> writes:
Can FastCGI4D be used together with the Apache web server ??

On Sun, 08 Jul 2007 16:34:19 -0400, Matthias Walter wrote:

 The first release of FastCGI4D is ready. It is a Tango-compatible FastCGI
implementation, supporting different concepts (loop, threaded, application
class) as well as all other D features (in particular, exceptions work well and
report to webserver log if not caught).
 
 http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/
 
 Unfortunately I don't have the capabilities to extensivly test it on a Windows
system. But it uses the original libfcgi and its OS dependend functions, and
thus it should work. I would be pleased to receive feedback about it, so you're
welcome to test it.
 
 See http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/wiki/UsageExamples for some examples.
 
 Matthias

Jul 09 2007
next sibling parent Matthias Walter <walter mail.math.uni-magdeburg.de> writes:
Knud Soerensen Wrote:
 Can FastCGI4D be used together with the Apache web server ??

Yes, in my development environment, I used Apache with mod_fastcgi under Linux. Matthias
 
 On Sun, 08 Jul 2007 16:34:19 -0400, Matthias Walter wrote:
 
 The first release of FastCGI4D is ready. It is a Tango-compatible FastCGI
implementation, supporting different concepts (loop, threaded, application
class) as well as all other D features (in particular, exceptions work well and
report to webserver log if not caught).
 
 http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/
 
 Unfortunately I don't have the capabilities to extensivly test it on a Windows
system. But it uses the original libfcgi and its OS dependend functions, and
thus it should work. I would be pleased to receive feedback about it, so you're
welcome to test it.
 
 See http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/wiki/UsageExamples for some examples.
 
 Matthias


Jul 09 2007
prev sibling parent Knud Soerensen <4tuu4k002 sneakemail.com> writes:
Great, I will give it a try when I return from vacation.

Knud

On Mon, 09 Jul 2007 18:09:35 -0400, Matthias Walter wrote:

 Knud Soerensen Wrote:
 Can FastCGI4D be used together with the Apache web server ??

Yes, in my development environment, I used Apache with mod_fastcgi under Linux. Matthias

Jul 09 2007
prev sibling parent Steve Teale <steve.teale britseyeview.com> writes:
Matthias Walter Wrote:

 The first release of FastCGI4D is ready. It is a Tango-compatible FastCGI
implementation, supporting different concepts (loop, threaded, application
class) as well as all other D features (in particular, exceptions work well and
report to webserver log if not caught).
 
 http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/
 
 Unfortunately I don't have the capabilities to extensivly test it on a Windows
system. But it uses the original libfcgi and its OS dependend functions, and
thus it should work. I would be pleased to receive feedback about it, so you're
welcome to test it.
 
 See http://dsource.org/projects/fastcgi4d/wiki/UsageExamples for some examples.
 
 Matthias

If anyone is interested, I am also working on an implementation of AJP13 for D. I think the Java protocol mey have broader support than FastCGI, even though arguably FastCGI is a better defined and more capable protocol. Just a gut opinion.
Jul 13 2007