[Lazarus] WebLaz - Every other request fails
lee at datatrakpos.com
Wed Nov 19 23:25:00 CET 2008
Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 11:10 PM, Lee Jenkins <lee at datatrakpos.com> wrote:
>> Thank you. I'll give it a try though I think at this point, I'll probably stick
>> with powtils since I've not had any problems with it in the past even though it
>> seems to be un-maintained at this point. I'll keep a copy myself and maintain
>> it for my personal use.
> I'm still using powtils 220.127.116.11 for some of our larger CGI projects.
> It works perfectly.
> As for the un-maintained bit. I have read somewhere that Lars (z505)
> is quite swamped with paying work (job contracts) at the moment, so
> powtils is on the back burner for a while. I go through phases like
> that with fpGUI as well, so I wouldn't be to concerned - plus you have
> the source code anyway. :-)
Yep, having the source is a good thing :) That's good news about Lars.
>> I'll try the fbweb/lazweb stuff still however as I am curious to get it working :)
> Same here, I'm curious to try fbweb, I'm just not that fond of lazweb
> pulling in LCL. LCL doesn't belong in a CGI (basically console)
> application! Also it doubled the size of the CGI application. Yes I
> tried with SmartLinking and Strip. I simply removed the design time
> webmodule support (you just assign event handlers anyway with it),
> which then removed the LCL dependency and everything still worked fine
> - and I have a *much* smaller CGI executable without GUI requirements.
Personally, I could do without the TDataModule descendant and just construct
everything in code. After working with tiOPF for a while now, I forgot what a
datamodule looks like ;)
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