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Re^2: HTTP::Server::Simple forking/SSL/IPv6by cavac (Chaplain)
|on Nov 02, 2011 at 19:50 UTC||Need Help??|
Yes, that's what my module does.
"Integrates nicely" is not a 100% true, though. While it easy enough to use Net::Server with HSS, there are some pitfalls, though. Like, you have to disable the two calls to "binmode" in the _process_request() sub when (and only when) using SSL.
So, HSSCP is not "revolutionary", "ultimate" or "the best"; rather i took all the workarounds and steps-to-make-it-work i had come up with and put them into a more or less easy-to-use module. With the hope that this module now makes it easier for beginners to set up a preforking all-perl webserver.
For more complex tasks, there are a lot of frameworks around like Catalyst or the ("cavac has still not released 1.0 and working examples") Maplat server.
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