this is a patched version of thttpd with more features and nice performance
the thttpd-ebuild I submitted a few minutes ago can be installed in paralled with
this one to do comparisons between the two (in fact I'll post a 3rd version of
thttpd right after this one -- all 3 can be used in parallel).
Steps to Reproduce:
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files/thttpd-adf.conf.sample (a sample-configfile)
We'll look at this, but I don't know when.
new versions are available (p37) -- renaming the ebuild is sufficient.
Thanks for letting us know. We're still too short-handed to look at this though right now :(
not a problem -- I'll try to keep this bug up-to-date.
My personal priorization of the thttpd-ebuild (the vanilla-version is already in,
thanks) would be:
1. thttpd-titan (bug #36177)
2. thttpd-adf (this one)
as 1. is easier to configure and still offers hander-support. If you go for the
last bit of performance or have to serve laaaarge files all versions of thttpd
beside -adf are not a good choice.
btw: a webapp.eclass question: is there some documentation or a good demo-ebuild
to learn how to use it "the right way"(tm)?
emerge webapp-config (if you don't have it already) - it provides three man pages to get you started. There isn't a HOWTO dev guide yet, sorry.
phpmyadmin and one of the squirrelmail ebuilds now use webapp.eclass. They should hopefully be enough to get you started. There's also trac, wordpress and lxr off the top of my head.
Hope that helps,
@stu: I have to admitt that webapp.eclass and webapp-config are a real challenge
for me ... the
last time I tried to convert a simple cvsweb-ebuild I got stuck with re-defining
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i think that does not make sense any more -- resolving ...