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Re: Plack/PSGI support?

On 03/04/2012, at 20.25, Jeff Kowalczyk wrote:

> Chris Travers <chris.travers@...> writes:
>> The immediate problem is that the old code is not re-run safe.  There
>> are all kinds of scoping issues there.  We need to eliminate it first.
> I learned that Plack offers a handler for legacy CGI code, perhaps it would 
> provide sufficient isolation to work.
> http://search.cpan.org/dist/Plack/lib/Plack/App/CGIBin.pm
>  For example, if your perl-based CGI script uses lots of global 
>  variables and such and are not ready to run on a persistent
>  environment, you can do:
>    my $app = Plack::App::CGIBin->new(
>        root => "/path/to/cgi-bin",
>        exec_cb => sub { 1 },
>    )->to_app;
>  to always force the execute option for any files.

I tried this approach, it seems to work. I've outlined the steps I took to get it working with nginx on my blog:


Kind regards,

Mikkel Høgh <..hidden..>