#32 LRWP Adapter for Xitami & WebKit w/ File

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2002-10-18
2002-09-28
Jim Madsen
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Duh! I'm guessing you must be registered to upload a
file, so I jumped through the appropriate hoops and here
it is again.

The included file is an adapter for the Xitami Web Server
to link it to WebKit through an LRWP (Xitami's
persistent CGI extension). Just modify the parameters
section for the path, appname, host and port for your
system and run from the command line. (Xitami must
already be running). The speed increase is noticeable.
For heavier loads, you can start up multiple instances
and Xitami will use the additional ones if needed.

If you use the lrwplib.py file that comes with Xitami,
don't forget to change line 104 to self.sock.connect
((self.host, self.port)) if you are using a version of python
after 1.5.2.

This module was written and tested on Windows, so if
their are any issues with Linux, let me know. I am new
to Python (and programming in general) so all
suggestion are welcome...except maybe "give it up".

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  • Jim Madsen
    Jim Madsen
    2002-09-28

    LRWP Adapter for Xitami - WebKit

     
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  • Jim Madsen
    Jim Madsen
    2002-10-01

    LRWP Adapter for Xitami - WebKit

     
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  • Jim Madsen
    Jim Madsen
    2002-10-01

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    Added an option for a clean shutdown. Enter Ctrl-C at the
    console and the LRWP will shut down clean on the next
    page request (you may need to send one yourself).

     
  • Jim Madsen
    Jim Madsen
    2002-10-01

    LRWP Adapter for Xitami - WebKit 9-30-02

     
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  • Ian Bicking
    Ian Bicking
    2002-10-18

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    Committed

     
  • Ian Bicking
    Ian Bicking
    2002-10-18

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