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Scott and Laura Moody <[log in to unmask]>
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Scott and Laura Moody <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 8 Jun 1999 22:26:29 -0700
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Thanks for all the help. I agree there is no reason Ada
isn't the best choice for problems of this sort, or
for that matter - any problems.  And I will carry on
in my journey.  (It would help to get more support
for FreeBSD - as this OS is popular with web-server

Actually turns out there is a perlxstut capability
that is similar to message descriptions, like IDL,
to define the coupling between the embedded language (eg. C, Ada, C++)
with the outside - embedded perl or PHP.
Possibly another great use of an ASIS enabled tool?



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> >
> > >Sorry, I wasn't specific enough in my requirement. I know
> > >all about cgi, and have done tons of it also (ada or otherwise).
> > >
> > >Instead I need the apache extension capability where a
> > >compiled language is pre-loaded into apache and available
> > >to perl programs, and "embedded perl" web programs
> > >via a special interface language (that must generate a
> > >perl API of some sort).  Actually this isn't specific to
> > >apache, but a module for perl. Apache just lets it be
> > >pre-loaded in the httpd's that are spawned at runtime.
> > >- this is available in something from the perlmod family of tools.
> >
> > I don't understand why there is any need to involve Perl at all.
> There isn't.
> Jack
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Scott and Laura Moody
Buckley Washington USA
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