Date: Sat Apr 21 18:05:40 2007
New Revision: 6493
Removed references to AsyncThreadedAppServer since it doesn't exist any more.
--- Webware/trunk/COMKit/Docs/UsersGuide.phtml (original)
+++ Webware/trunk/COMKit/Docs/UsersGuide.phtml Sat Apr 21 18:05:40 2007
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
due to the fact that each thread used with COM needs to be initialized properly for COM usage. This plug-in provides the
proper initialization of each WebKit thread to allow COM to work properly.</p>
-<p>When this plug-in is enabled, it configures COM in free-threading mode when used in conjunction with ThreadedAppServer or AsyncThreadedAppServer.
+<p>When this plug-in is enabled, it configures COM in free-threading mode when used in conjunction with ThreadedAppServer.
If you've never used COM before, or if you'd like to learn what "free-threading mode" means, you should get a copy of the fine book
Python Programming on Win32 by Mark Hammond and Andy Robinson and pay special attention to the chapters about COM and also Appendix D
for details on COM threading models.</p>
--- Webware/trunk/WebKit/Monitor.py (original)
+++ Webware/trunk/WebKit/Monitor.py Sat Apr 21 18:05:40 2007
@@ -268,15 +268,14 @@
-"AppServer": The AppServer class to use
- (AsyncThreadedAppServer or ThreadedAppServer)
+"AppServer": The AppServer class to use (currently only ThreadedAppServer)
daemon: If "daemon" is specified, the Monitor will run
as a background process.
arguments = ["start", "stop"]
-servernames = ["AsyncThreadedAppServer", "ThreadedAppServer"]
+servernames = ["ThreadedAppServer"]
optionalargs = ["daemon"]
if __name__ == '__main__':
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