Will revCGI be made available (not just revServer)?
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Thu May 13 20:05:02 CDT 2010
Lyn Teyla wrote:
> revServer runs as an Apache module, not as CGI.
I don't believe it's an Apache module. I'm not exactly sure what it is,
but when I asked if it was a module per se I was told it was not.
That's a good thing, IMO, since it would be next to impossible to
install it on a shared host if it were.
> However, some of us prefer to utilize the CGI engine
> for a number of reasons, e.g.:
> * ability to run CGIs as shell scripts
> * CGIs work with all web servers, not just Apache
> Even though the CGI engine has existed through many
> versions of Rev since v1, it has not been released from
> v4.0 onwards.
> We were wondering if there are still plans to continue
> releasing the CGI engine (not just revServer) in the
It would be nice to keep it current, but there's little in v4.0 that's
not in v3.5 that would be useful in a CGI.
But it sure would be nice if RunRev put a link to the v3.5 Linux runtime
engine on their site so folks could find it easier.
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