At 04:47 PM 8/2/00 -0700, Graham Hughes wrote:
>Is there a way to use PSP without buying into the rest of Webware? I
>have my own home grown template library I've been using for the last
>while, and it has come up that people want to butcher my nice templates
>by loading them into GoLive and such; some experimentation has shown
>that ASP syntax is less likely to be butchered out of hand.
Interesting question. Our "stack" of software goes in the opposite
direction, though. WebKit is on the bottom and PSP is put on top. As it
stands right now, you would have to run WebKit in "one shot" mode, which is
like having CGI scripts, or in app server mode.
Jay may have additional comments since he is the primary author of PSP.
>BTW, while I think Webware looks great, I'd rather it get a little more
>mature before I buy into it; the recent memory leaks come to mind.
I've been running in "one shot" mode which eliminates the memory leaks and
any other long running problems, at the cost of performance. See
OneShot.cgi & OneShotAdapter.py.
Also, in terms of leakage per day, I think it came down to a few megs which
doesn't feel very serious. In any case, I believe Jay said that was fixed
and we'll certainly test for it again before releasing 0.4.