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Re^11: aXML doesn't compile

by Logicus
on Nov 03, 2011 at 00:48 UTC ( #935528=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^10: aXML doesn't compile
in thread Thanks to Ikegami, Chromatic & Corion

No no, Conf.pm is there in the /var/www (or where-ever you extracted it to)

I run plackup from the command line whilst inside that folder thusly;

/var/www$ plackup -s Starman -r action.psgi -R /etc/perl,/var/www


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Re^12: aXML doesn't compile
by ikegami (Pope) on Nov 03, 2011 at 00:53 UTC

    I don't want to run perlnights, I want to process an aXML template, but what you gave me is broken.

      I dunno, that code I sent you is what I've been building these last couple of months and I've been using plack & starman exclusively to run it during that time because it's so sweet fast.

        I'll grant you that the error message came up really fast.

      What I've given you there is an exact copy of what is running just fine here, it should do the same on your computer as it does on mine as long as all the files are in the right places and everything from Task::Plack is installed. I can email you screen shots of it running if you like.

      Try entering your DSN information in the Conf.pm?

      Other than that I don't know why it's not working for you.

      Lets say you get plackup accepting requests on port 5000

      Make a folder in the actions folder, call it "test"

      Make a file in "test" and call it body.aXML

      edit that file as you wish

      visit localhost:5000/?action=test to see the output

        $ tar tzf aXML.tar.gz | grep 'Conf\.pm' || echo "missing" missing

        Why would I install Plack or a MySQL server???

        GOTO 935531

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