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I could be wrong, but if I recall correctly, setfenv no longer exists in 5.2!
Although Sailor's code would work on both 5.1 and 5.2 and is compatible with different webservers, I guess cgilua only works with Lua 5.1 then!
Try using Lua 5.1 instead? Or a different webserver, maybe? I really like using apache2 [1]+ mod_lua[2] but then it would require more steps!
Or maybe we should take a look into cgilua and fix this ;) I'll take a look at their repo and / or talk to the maintainer and see what can be done :)



2015-02-26 23:11 GMT+01:00 luciano de souza <>:
After the valuable tips given by the friends:

1. I downloaded Luvit, but I couldn't understand exactly its working.
It seems to be an web server, but the examples are not very

2. I tried to download OpenResty, but there's something wrong with de
acessibility of the page and, for this reason, with my screen reader
(I am blind), I was not able to get the tar ball; this was the reason
why I have chosen the Github package;

3. I did all the procedures to run a Sailor application, having as a
result, finally, a page shown at my browser.

In other words, Sailor seems to be very good for me. It's simple to
install, to configure and to create a basic MVC structure.

I found this documentation page: Now
I think it's only to study what is said there.

Onbly to ratify if I am successful with Sailor, accessing
http://localhost:8080, I have got the following page:

/usr/local/share/lua/5.2/cgilua.lua:199: attempt to call upvalue
'setfenv' (a nil value)
stack traceback:
  /usr/local/share/lua/5.2/cgilua.lua:161: in function 'setfenv'
  /usr/local/share/lua/5.2/cgilua.lua:199: in function
  (...tail calls...)
  [C]: in function 'xpcall'
  /usr/local/share/lua/5.2/cgilua.lua:169: in function 'pcall'
  /usr/local/share/lua/5.2/cgilua.lua:630: in function 'main'
  /usr/local/share/lua/5.2/wsapi/sapi.lua:53: in function
  (...tail calls...)
  [C]: in function 'xpcall'
  /usr/local/share/lua/5.2/wsapi/common.lua:270: in function 'run_app'
  [string " local app_name, bootstrap_code, is_file = ...."]:68: in
function <[string " local app_name, bootstrap_code, is_file =

2015-02-26 17:13 GMT-03:00, Yichun Zhang (agentzh) <>:
> Hello!
> On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 8:29 AM, luciano de souza wrote:
>> $ ~/ngx_openresty-master
>> $ sudo make
>> $ sudo make install
>> Error: Without rule to process "make install"
> The git repository of ngx_openresty is not supposed to be used by end
> users. Please read the official installation documentation of
> OpenResty:
> Basically you should download the release tarballs from the official
> download page:
>> The problem is that I am not a C program. If the compilation is only
>> "sudo ./configure && sudo make && sudo install", I am sucessful.
> The steps of installing OpenResty is essentially like that :)
> Regards,
> -agentzh

Luciano de Souza