(rt 1.1 is going to be built around HTML::Mason. HTML::Mason is geared
towards mod_perl … am I the only one that has been happy with
fastcgi and never bothered to install mod_perl, or will there be more than
me that will have problems with mod_perl?)
There will be a CGI version of the web handler, also using HTML::Mason.
I’m trying to install the latest versions of mod_perl, apache and perl …
well … this doesn’t look too bright:
I’d be _very afraid of perl 5.6 for now. But I just insrtalled the latest
mod_perl and apache last night. it just worked. i ran ./configure in apache
then followed the mod_perl install instrictions. it “just worked”
make test for mod_perl-1.22:
Failed 22/33 test scripts, 33.33% okay. 63/86 subtests failed, 26.74%
Well, I think maybe I should manage to find out of this eventually
It should be possible to run mason as a cgi, do you know how to set this
up? It seems like both the current webmux.pl and the suggested apache
configuration in the README is geared towards mod_perl.
By the time we get to release, I fully plan to bundle a CGI version of the webmux handler. butfor development, mod_perl is faster and easier for me to deal with. but there’s definitely a way for mason to run as a cgi…
From the mason FAQ at masonhq.com:
Can I run HTML::Mason via CGI?
Yes. Masonite Ilmari Karonen uses HTML::Mason under CGI. He has kindly posted the necessary steps to do this on the HTML::Mason mailing list. His
message can be viewed at http://forum.swarthmore.edu/epigone/mason/gimpswumfrex/Pine.SOL.3.96.990917144751.17640B-100000@simpukka
Please note that running HTML::Mason under CGI (or other non-persistent environments) will entail a substantial performance hit, since the perl
interpreter will have to load, load up HTML::Mason and its supporting modules for every CGI execution. Using mod_perl or similar persistent
environments (SpeedyCGI, FastCGI, etc.) avoids this performance bottleneck.
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