Well, the fastcgi handler is mostly functional at this point. It has
more setgid issues than other frontends (go figure) and it can’t properly
display non text attachments. but it’s most of the way there. if you’re
interested in working on it, that would be keen.
(The fastcgi handler should run fine as a regular CGI as well, but will be
um. rather slow
JesseOn Mon, Jul 02, 2001 at 03:22:32PM -0400, WBChmura@Ensign-BickfordInd.com wrote:
Out of all the systems out there, this looks like it will fit our needs
the best. The problem is that I need to host it on a third party
service that does not support mod_perl. I assumed that it needed
mod-perl for mason, and found out mason ‘can’ run without it (at a
great performance loss).
Has anyone attempted this? Or can someone definatively tell me it
cannot be done?
I have a strong Perl background, so I can poke and prod it if need be!
Ensign-Bickford Industries, Inc.
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