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On Friday 17 December 2004 5:05 am, Tomas wrote:
>  One VEnv surrounding the main loop is useless.  VEnv is used
> to isolate one request from another, to guarantee the environment
> integrity.  Without this protection a script can change CGILua's
> behavior.  For example:

that's exactly why i don't want the venv().  if i need truly separate web 
apps, it would be easier to use another launcher instance, on another apache 
config entry.

i asked about the 'single venv()' because i thought maybe CGILua expects a 
venv environment.

i still haven't touched one line of code...  fingers itching, but just too 
much work on day-job :-(

-- 
Javier

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