[ic] Running Interchange 5 with Plack
jlavin at endpoint.com
Fri Oct 30 13:56:41 UTC 2015
Quoting Sam Batschelet (sbatschelet at mac.com):
> > On Oct 29, 2015, at 7:08 PM, Josh Lavin <jlavin at endpoint.com> wrote:
> > Quoting Sam Batschelet (sbatschelet at mac.com):
> >> Fellow innovators,
> >> I wanted to share my research on running Interchange 5 with Plack.
> >> Recently a lot of my development has been with Dancer and the
> >> preferred stack is typically something like Nginx, Plack and Starman.
> >> After listening to a few people looking for alternatives to Apache and
> >> reluctancy to use Nginx with FastCGI with Interchange. I wondered
> >> would it be possible to run Interchange 5 in a NPS stack. I started
> >> researching existing modules and came across Plack::App::CGIBin
> >> written by Tatsuhiko Miyagawa.
> > Hey Sam, I just heard from a guy who works at a hosting company that
> > they are using Plack::App::WrapCGI, which is nearly identical to this.
> > It has worked well for them to migrate away from ye olde cgi scripts.
> Josh thanks for the followup on this. Was he also connecting Plack to
> C compiled scripts? At the conference Andrew Baerg was very interested
> in this approach for IC5. He was going to do a bunch of testing and
> see if he ran into any issues. I think understanding better how this
> works with C and testing it throughly is the next step. Perhaps we can
> even get some camps setup to test. If anyone is interested in testing
> this on existing IC5 projects in there development environments,
> please report your results. This information would be very valuable.
> If you need any help setting this up please reach out the ML or
> #interchange and I can share my experiences.
No, I think it was just straight-up Perl scripts.
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