[ANN] andregarzia.com is now online.
alex at harryscollar.com
Mon Jun 18 07:59:46 CDT 2007
Basically I really like the way you have integrated all the current rev
cgi funtionality but it would be nice if the webserver could handle
large data/file transfers in both directions (ie large POSTs).
This can be done by saving all client sockets in list, update them a
little each time and then disconnect. That will allow multiple
connections with little delay when one connection requests a large file
or dataset. Probably easier to do this with files (via seek) than cgi
results. I've been meaning to dissect Dave's libUrl to see how he does
things but haven't had time.
At the moment I tend to shift the load off to a separate ftp or web
server (curl is another option) for large files. It is nice when it can
all be done within the one server app written in transcript (revolution)
both from a embedding and code management point of view.
In my experience more & more organisations tend to prefer web-based
traffic thru their networks than custom ports and protocols. Keep it
Also maybe move the MIME types to a field so they can be more easilly
accessed and edited.
Look forward to the update & maybe a holiday over there one day ;)
Andre Garzia wrote:
> Thanks for the typo report and stay tuned because there's an update to
> RevOnRockets package coming. If you could send me some feedback on what you
> like and dislike on the package and how it works for you it would be great.
> I made this to work for me but I realize other people might have different
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