[Lazarus] GUI development for web UI

Dariusz Mazur darekm at emadar.com
Thu Dec 2 11:32:02 CET 2010

  W dniu 2010-12-02 09:25, michael.vancanneyt at wisa.be pisze:
> On Thu, 2 Dec 2010, Dariusz Mazur wrote:
>>>> ExtPascal uses threads to handle multiple connections. I remember you
>>>> don't accept this way, right? BTW, what is there wrong if ExtPascal
>>>> uses threads?
>>> I accept using threads, but not the way ExtPascal does it. Threads 
>>> should be
>>> optional. In extpascal, the thread is equal to the session: if you 
>>> have many
>>> sessions, the application will create as many threads as there are 
>>> sessions.
>> I use different architecture: each session has own thread and each 
>> connection has own thread. Sessions are separated from connections 
>> and communicate via FIFO queue.
>> Session runs whole life time in the same thread. With this i can use 
>> modal form and thread var in the same manner, as normal (desktop) 
>> application.
> I understand this is the easy way.
> But you don't need this architecture to do that. As long as a single 
> request
> runs in a single thread, there is no problem with decoupling sessions and
> threads, and still be able to keep everything in memory.

I dont understand.
I parse single request in single thread (for each request new thread)
and what can I do (other) with sessions?


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