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in reply to Net::HTTPServer wrapped CGI::Application

Hmm, now that I figured out how to turn an HTTP::Request into a CGI object, and the response back into an HTTP::Response, it wouldn't take much more wiring to create CGI::Prototype::Server, a standalone web server for CGI::Prototype applications. Cool.

I'm pretty sure that's going on the todo list.

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Re^2: Net::HTTPServer wrapped CGI::Application
by brian_d_foy (Abbot) on May 18, 2005 at 17:38 UTC

    Once you add a default webmail application, your journey to the dark side will be complete.

    It would be really cool to let a user-agent do stately things, like tell the app "Let's do this part as SOAP" or "Hey, gimme XML with a side of gzip". That should be really easy stuff.

    Can we name it Naviho? :)

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    brian d foy <brian@stonehenge.com>

      Just curious... why naviho? (spelling is Navajo btw.)

      Jason L. Froebe

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      No one has seen what you have seen, and until that happens, we're all going to think that you're nuts. - Jack O'Neil, Stargate SG-1

        Well, "navi" comes from "navigation", which is loosely connected to what we do with web pages, and the rest I'll let you figure out since this is a family forum. :)

        I'm not sure why you think the spelling should be the same as the native american tribe since I'm not talking about them. I'm naming a new web server, so I can spell it any way I choose. :)

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        brian d foy <brian@stonehenge.com>