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- Subject: Re: Lua and Google Summer of Code
- From: Stefan <stefan@...>
- Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2008 10:22:29 -0700
Brian McCallister wrote:
On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 6:34 AM, Bertrand Mansion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Le 23 avr. 08 à 23:57, Stefan a écrit :
Bertrand Mansion wrote:
- The cache setting "never" didn't work for me, I had to restart apache
all the time to make sure my script was updated (on macosx at least)
I have the opposite problem with the cache on FreeBSD. It always reloads
on each request, so the scripts are run like CGI (one invocation per
request). Still extremely fast though - much quicker then FastCGI + cgilua
through Apache for some reason. Lighttpd on FreeBSD is quite buggy right
now, so mod_wombat is what we are moving forward with.
If I had the choice, I'd prefer your bug :)
I think I found the source of this and just checked in a fix (r651863):
It was only respecting the code cache style if it was picking a handler via
a MapLuaHandler directive (which is how, umh, I happen to use it :-)
Thanks for finding the bug!
I will repackage the (pending) FreeBSD port to use the current SVN.
Thanks for the fix!