Real Basic Web edition - No Plugin Required!

David Bovill david at vaudevillecourt.tv
Wed Sep 15 10:00:31 EDT 2010


On 15 September 2010 14:53, Andre Garzia <andre at andregarzia.com> wrote:,

>
> This is beautiful but deploying FastCGI is not that trivial. Recovery must
> play a big part on the backend since the FastCGI stays resident (it should)
> in memory.
>
> This could be replicated in Rev, pure RevTalk right now. It would not be
> 100% safe since we have a blocking engine but we could always use a monitor
> process to detect lock up and kill it. I think it was 2006 or something,
> that I was talking with Mark Wieder about how one should go to implement
> that exact solution.
>
> It can be done, heck, I am not the best programmer out there and I've
> implemented FastCGI on Revolution 2.x and it actually worked. Now, you guys
> got me hooked, I will write a big followup now not to hijack this thread.
>

RevServer is plenty to build on, the missing work is the job of polishing
off this infrastructure with integrating the rev IDE and the main JavaScript
libraries - the sensible way of doing this at low cost, is as Richard
outlined to use community development strategies to support open script
library / widget development.



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