manlio_perillo at libero.it
Fri May 2 11:52:02 MSD 2008
Adrian Perez ha scritto:
> On Wed, 16 Apr 2008 20:34:39 +0200
> Manlio Perillo <manlio_perillo at libero.it> wrote:
>> I'm pleased to announce the implementation of SCGI for Nginx.
>> It is available from my Mercurial repository:
> Pretty nice!! although I am not planning using SCGI in Nginx at the
> moment, I added SCGI support to my unofficial Nginx Gentoo ebuild:
Remember, however, that this module is not very usable since it only
support non parsed headers, but this format is depracated by CGI 1.2 and
no applications (as far as I know) uses it.
When I will find some time I will fix it, probabily with these assumptions:
1) nobody uses non parsed headers, so I will no more support it
2) I will assume that Status is always the first header
I'm also planning to implement a new mod_cgi module.
> (Gentoo users may prefer to add the entire overlay instead of manually
> fetching the ebuild and related files, more more information look at
> My packaging adds support for the SCGI module (USE=scgi); the WSGI
> module (USE=python), and my own "fancyindex" module (USE=fancyindex).
> FYI, I had to remove line 1573 of ngx_http_scgi_module.c in order to
> build the module with Nginx 0.6.30 because there is no "location"
> member in the configuration sctruct (see attached patch). It *seems* to
> work so my guess is that removing the line does not harm when using
> Ningx 0.6.x
As always, my target is Nginx 0.5.x.
To make sure that mod_scgi will work with 0.6.x I have to check what has
been modified in the fastcgi and proxy module (since I have just copied
the code from these modules).
Regards Manlio Perillo
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