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- Subject: Re: [CGILua] State persistent table
- From: Tomas <tomas@...>
- Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 14:16:13 -0200 (BRDT)
On Mon, 13 Dec 2004, Javier Guerra wrote:
> On Monday 13 December 2004 7:20 pm, Tomas wrote:
> > > my main wish still missing would be the 'function URLs'. That way, it
> > > would be easy to treat some URLs as RPCs.
> > But this could be achieved with the current implementation.
> > We test a simple XMLRPC server some time ago.
> right, but it's so many levels of abstraction... and XML for parameters... a
> lot of bloat for my taste.
I know. It was just a test to assure it was doable!
> what i propose is: just before checking for the
> luaPage file, check a table, if there's a function associated with that URL,
> call it instead of loading the luaPage. if there's not, load it. simple,
> lightweight, fast.
You can build a script that does this.
> > > compatible browser. it's certainly possible using coroutines and a full
> > > cross-request persistence.
> > Yes. It is possible. But if you want a cross request
> > persistence, you'll have to dedicate one process to each user
> > running the application or we'll have to implement something
> > equivalent inside the launcher.
> not one process per user, just a coroutine. the 'getevent()' function would
> do a yield, and the RPC would take a session id and retrieve the coroutine to
Therefore you'll only respond one request at a time! And
you'll have to manage this shared global environment amongst all
> maybe the 'stable' persistence could take a timeout, to destroy stale