When I tried the webkit cgi the only way to get was to compile it, I
don't think you can use the .cgi version with windows
[mailto:webware-discuss-admin@...] On Behalf Of Ian
Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2003 12:34 PM
To: Frederic Faure
Cc: Webware discuss
Subject: Re: [Webware-discuss] [newbie] Installed, compiled server:
On Sun, 2003-07-20 at 08:10, Frederic Faure wrote:
> FWIW, I followed the directions, and ran "python bin/MakeAppWorkDir.py
> c:/tmp/webware", followed by "cd c:/tmp/webware", "./AppServer" to
> the server, copied C:\tmp\webware\WebKit.cgi into my web server's
> directory, and aimed at http://localhost/cgi-bin/WebKit.cgi/:
> ERROR Traceback (most recent call last):
> File ".\WebKit\Adapters\CGIAdapter.py", line 48,
> in run
> IOError: [Errno 9] Bad file descriptor
> Using http://localhost/cgi-bin/WebKit.cgi/MyContext/Main returns the
> same thing.
That's weird, and maybe someone on Windows will know why that happens --
it's like the CGI script is being called with something not like a
normal file. Is it running in mod_python or something?
Anyway, using WebKit.exe instead of WebKit.cgi will probably work better
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