EPIC and FastCGI

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Ronny
2007-09-05
2013-05-20
  • Ronny

    Ronny - 2007-09-05

    Hello,

    I'm running Eclipse 3.3 under Suse Linux OS plus EPIC 0.5.39. I'm trying to integrate a perl web page into this IDE.

    This web page is running on FastCGI integrated into an Apache 1.3 as this serves our need of having a very fast web site on an small cpu powered pc.

    The main script is called main.fcgi and uses the HTTP::TEMPLATE plugin in order to have the web page as dynamic as possible. A page-variable is handed over to determine the page to display (i.e. http:// .... main.fcgi?page=mainpage)

    I've included all includes all folders/files of the file system (such as (usr/local/lib/ ...) which needs to be concerned by this perl project into eclipse perl project.

    Now the questions:
    How do I get this running / debugging with EPIC ? Does EPIC supports FastCGI? How can I use the Apache/FastCGI-Enviroment for Debugging/running.

    Many thanks for any hint you may have,
    Ronny

     
    • Jan Ploski

      Jan Ploski - 2007-09-05

      There is no support for debugging scripts that execute inside of an external web server. This means also no support for FastCGI. EPIC uses an embedded internal web server for CGI debugging. So the recommended configuration would be to set up the scripts so that they can be invoked through this internal web server on your development machine (normal CGI) and through FastCGI on the server machine. Of course, these two setups not being quite the same, you might not be able to reproduce some bugs. Overall, it's a good idea to do as little in CGI scripts as possible and implement most of your functionality in CGI-neutral Perl modules. Then you can test/debug/reuse these modules more easily.

       
    • Ronny

      Ronny - 2007-09-06

      Thanks for the quick reply. Seems we have to do some restructuring work then. But it should be possible to keep the differences as low as possible.

       

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