Can a Rev cgi "accept connections"?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Jan 18 04:03:13 EST 2010


Hi Nicolas,

As far as RunRev is concerned, it is possible, but your web host may  
not allow it.

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Op 18 jan 2010, om 09:54 heeft Nicolas Cueto het volgende geschreven:

> Why do I ask?
>
> Cause, after studying about sockets using Rev's "chat server/client"  
> sample
> stack (thank you to Bill Vlahos for pointing it out), I'm now trying  
> to get
> a Rev cgi script to act as the server (the script will  be in my on- 
> rev
> Rev-cgi folder).
>
> Unfortunately, what works locally isn't at all on the web.
>
> If it helps, here's the Rev cgi server-script and a snippet of the  
> client
> stack:
>
>
> ///////////////   Rev.cgi server  
> script    ////////////////////////////////
>
> #!MyRevEngine -ui
> on startup
>  accept connections on port 1987 with message chatConnected
> end startup
>
> on chatConnected s   -- s contains address and port of connecting  
> computer
>  read from socket s for 1 line
>  put line 1 of it into tSocket
>  put "Hello world" && tSocket into message
>  write message to socket tSocket
>  close socket tSocket
> end chatConnected
>
>
> /////////////////// client stack ///////////////////////////
> on mouseUp
>  open socket to "myurl.com/cgi-bin/server.cgi:1987" with message
> "chatConnected"
> end mouseUp
>
> on chatConnected s
>   put s into lChatSocket
>   read from socket s with message chatReceived
> end chatConnected
>
> on chatReceived s,data
>   put data & return after field "responses"
>   read from socket s with message chatReceived
> end chatReceived
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>
> Apologies if I'm asking for excessive hand-holding.
>
> Thanks.
>
> --
> Nicolas Cueto




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