[Seaside] Seaside and servers...

Jeremy Shute shutej at crazilocks.com
Thu Mar 2 04:28:35 UTC 2006

No, it is completely impossible.  Furthermore, both projects being open
source, it will remain impossible forever.  For ever ever?  For EVER ever!

Avi, the documentation should feature carry this warning: "Warning: this
product may cause impotence, and/or full frontal labotomy, when used with
lighttpd.  Your offspring will be stunted, blithering idiots for
generations if you so much as attempt it."


Yes, of course it works.  Anything that can intercept HTTP and redirect it
to another port will work fine.  The requirements are pretty minimal:
mostly that you can think and that you actually try it.


> I gather the "default" deployment is to place seaside behind another
> web server. Most people seem to use Apache. Is it possible to use
> lighttpd?
> -Rich-
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