Hey, everyone, watch the attributions (I didn't ask the separate
It's one thing to insist that you will not write scripts in Perl,
it's another thing altogether to insist that your ISP replace his
HTTP demon. I'm subverting them in small steps. I'm hoping that
an instant startup scheme48 will be implemented RSN, we need it!
Hannes Haug <Hannes.Haug@Student.Uni-Tuebingen.de> wrote:
>>>>>> "Chris" == cbitmead <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Chris> In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org
> Chris> (Janet Bell) writes: I don't know much about cgi
> Chris> programing. Do you have to run a separate script for every
> Chris> access?
> Chris> Until the scheme48 implementation is improved, 1.4 Meg has
> Chris> to be loaded on every invocation. If this is buffered in
> Chris> memory due to frequent access, then maybe it's not too bad,
> Chris> but I suspect it's going to be a bit too slow for you.
>Of course you can make a scsh server. The actual cgibins would then be small
>C programms that just pass their argv and env to the scsh server. The server
>would just fork a new scsh to do the job. In the future the scshserver could
>even just fork a thread. The possibility to pass file descriptors to scsh
>(not yet possible) would make the whole thing trivial.
> - hannes