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Re: ITP: speedy cgi ("persistent" perl scripts)

On Sat, Jul 17, 1999 at 12:40:33AM +0200, Martin Bialasinski wrote:
> >> "Craig" == Craig Sanders <cas@taz.net.au> wrote:
> Craig> On Thu, Jul 15, 1999 at 11:58:09PM -0700, sam@daemoninc.com wrote:
> >> If you learn anything about the apache module rules, etc, send them
> >> over and I'll put them into the source.  Currently the module is
> >> compiled into apache -- it's not a DSO.  That may be a problem.
> Craig> ah. that is a problem. in that case, i can't package it for
> Craig> debian.
> Why this? This program is cool, even without the Apache part.

i've packaged SpeedyCGI and uploaded it to master - i meant that i can't
package the apache module.

> Craig> DSO modules are really the only option for debian - it doesn't
> Craig> make sense to compile in a non-standard option which not
> Craig> everyone will use.
> You could exclude the Apache Modul thingy for now. 

that's exactly what i've done - see my initial ITP announcement.

> I use the Roxen webserver and have some old perlscripts that I didn't
> rewrite in pike, and they could benefit from speedycgi.

yep, speedy is very cool and very useful.


craig sanders

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