[Seaside] Starting a site

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Thu Aug 23 21:35:59 UTC 2007


Mostly because I just don't want to query the host to see which IPs are available when is out there and waiting for me to use it :) Single site restriction is just fine for ~100% of Seaside users anyway.



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> -----Original Message-----
> From: seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org [mailto:seaside-
> bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Janko Mivšek
> Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2007 2:32 PM
> To: Seaside - general discussion
> Subject: Re: [Seaside] Starting a site
> Hi Boris,
> Sorry for a bit late answer, I was fully occupied with recent work on my
> web framework.
> Boris Popov wrote:
> > I was thinking that Swazoo lookup just treat it as a match if no other
> more
> > specific virtual sites were found? I don't know much about virtual
> sites,
> > and really don't want to know in the context of our Seaside application,
> > I simply want to listen on all local interfaces and pass the requests
> down
> > to Seaside without hacking it too much. Mind you, I'd need the change in
> 1.0...
> It is not so simple. If you put '*' in ip part that means only that your
>   HTTPServer will listen on all ports, but you need to add '*' to a host
> part of SiteIdentifier too, so that the HTTPServer will resolve whatever
> broswer sends in a Host: header. If you do that, than you must be sure
> that there is ony one Site and that you cannot add any more Site
> anymore. So, it is doable but in current Swazoo architecture it must be
> done carefully. Just putting a '*' there and there is not enough.
> On the other side I just don't understand why you can't solve your
> problem more cleanly with aliases, as I shown to Andrés? Start Swazoo on
> localhost, then add alias to any ip on your machine you want.
> Best regards
> JAnko
> Best regards
> Janko
> --
> Janko Mivšek
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