[Nitro] Nitro and Apache.
george.moschovitis at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 05:36:57 EDT 2005
Thw wiki at www.nitrohq.com works with lighttpd/fcgi. I had to fix
some things to make this work (havent used fcgi for some time). James,
perhaps you can borwse the source at
and see if the problems you are mentioning are fixed. If not please
send me your modifications. A small problem with the kirbybase adapter
and some cleanup is holding 0.24.0 from release.
On 10/22/05, James Britt <james_b at neurogami.com> wrote:
> Walter wrote:
> > Can anyone point me to any docs of using Nitro With Apache.
> > I currently have an Apache server (Apache/2.0.52 running on Windows) that runs as a service and I use to execute other ruby based CGI scripts.
> > If I type in http://nitro:8080/ I do get the index page of the TestController. And if I type in http://nitro:8080/legalListForDrivers I do get the index page of the LegalListForDriversController. The problem is if I enter data into the form fields and submit it, I seem to be getting errors reading in the data passed in.
> > [Wed Oct 12 13:00:18 2005] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] Premature end of script headers: cgi.cgi, referer: http://nitro:8080/legalListForDrivers/
> > [Wed Oct 12 13:00:18 2005] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/nitro-0.23.0/lib/nitro/adapter/cgi.rb:227:in `parse_params': undefined method `binmode' for nil:NilClass (NoMethodError)\r, referer: http://nitro:8080/legalListForDrivers/
> I'm using Nitro 0.23, and maybe this is fixed in .24, but I was getting
> the same error in an app I just started. It seems that, when processing
> a post, the cgi code expects the context to have an 'in' attribute. It
> doesn't (or doesn't always), so trying to call 'binmode' fails. As do
> subsequent calls to read from that nonexistent 'in' attribute, if you
> simply try to sidestep that line (which I tried first).
> Since this happens at the point where the cgi code is trying to parse
> the query string, I wrote a hack that catches exceptions and then just
> grabs the QUERY_STRING from the headers available from the context.
> I discover this using some prototype.js Updater calls that apparently
> makes a POST even though I'm not passing any POST data, just a query string.
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