Grzegorz Nosek ha scritto:
2007/10/5, Manlio Perillo email@example.com:
I think that it can be a good idea to provide a git and Mercurial repositories for the stable and development branches of nginx, so developers can more easily work on nginx.
Well, the stable branch is in my repo and I may just as well keep the development version there for the community at large but I won't probably use the dev. version for the time being.
I too use only the stable branch.
If you want (and accept my repo as a pseudo-official one till a really official one appears), I have absolutely no problem with pulling stuff from you.
Thanks, but I'm using Mercurial (and I can setup a Mercurial Nginx unofficial repository on my server).
Manlio, do you have some documentation for your mod_wsgi?
For the documentation: (very incomplete) http://wiki.codemongers.com/NginxNgxWSGIModule
For the examples: http://hg.mperillo.ath.cx/nginx/mod_wsgi/file/tip/examples/
I'm pretty interested in it and would like to try it out. Could you provide some example configuration (both from nginx' side and the app's side)? Is the module safe enough for general consumption?
At every commit I try to do as many tests as I can, and I execute a stress test using Apache Bench with many request and high concurrency levels.
I cannot really afford bringing the web server down in flames but if the module is stable (even if incomplete), I'd give it a shot.
The module is still in development and not yet stabilized. Tests are always really appreciated, but I can suggest you to wait until I will implement the full WSGI 1.0 spec, if yuo want start to use it.
Best regards, Grzegorz Nosek
Regards Manlio Perillo