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Commented on Simplest way of serving local files over HTTP?
Thanks for the comments, I like Plack::App::Directory behaviour better than my own suggestion because it shows the access logs. It has been suggested twice on Twitter, so it seems to be fairly known. Too bad it's not part of core...
Posted Simplest way of serving local files over HTTP? to Alex Muntada
I've always admired Python's way of serving local files by simply doing:
$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer Serving HTTP on 0.0.0.0 port 8000 ...
And I've been wondering if there's a way to achieve the same in Perl without requiring lots of dependencies fro…
- Posted Introductory class to Perl in Barcelona to Alex Muntada
Commented on Aggregating mailing lists: To Plagger or not to Plagger?
Dave Cross' Perlanet was mentioned on YAPC::EU 2010. Looks promising......
Commented on A feature Test::Most probably won't get
The simplicity of xt/author/ directory makes the 'author' in Test::Most look overkill, IMHO....
Commented on Rakudo Star Install Party
Wow, that sounds very good... Too bad SF is far away from Barcelona. Good luck and have fun! BTW, App::PM::Announce looks great, i'll try it :)...
Commented on Celebrating Perl 6 with a full menu
Yes, you're absolutely right. Edited that first sentence and added a link to Rakudo status page. Thanks!...
- Posted Celebrating Perl 6 with a full menu to Alex Muntada
Commented on Put up or Shutup, part 1: Starting somewhere
The Ubuntu Screencast Team has detailed information on how to create screencasts on its FAQ page. There's no camera needed at all....
Ovid commented on
Celebrating Perl 6 with a full menu
Wish I could be there for the party. This is great news :)
Kiffin commented on
Rakudo Star Install Party
Half way around the world for me too, otherwise I'd be there in a blink of the eye.
Rick Leir commented on
Simplest way of serving local files over HTTP?
Is it worth mentioning X-Sendfile ? It is used if your code has decided to serve a static file. There are several ways of using X-Sendfile from Perl.
Basically you add a response header then Apache or lighty serves the file for you. That is much more efficient than serving it from Perl.
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