[Wine] Re: Winelibs question.....
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Tue Apr 15 20:23:42 CDT 2008
Dan Kegel wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 3:49 PM, AndyA <wineforum-user at winehq.org> wrote:
> > The trouble really is the net stub. With that, since it is a CGI binary,
> > it is called possibly as many as a thousand times for each loaded html page.
> > I cant expect to load and dispose of wine each and every time the CGI binary is loaded.
> That may be so, but it has no bearing on whether you use wine or winelib.
> If you want efficiency, you should not be using CGI, which runs
> a binary for each and every HTTP fetch. This would be a problem
> even with native binaries, let alone winelib/wine binaries.
> I'm afraid I don't understand what you mean by the CGI binary
> getting called a thousand times for each loaded page. That
> seems excessive. How is your server architected?
> - Dan
Why does the intricate detail of how my server is architected matter to you? I've explained enough already, and you seem to have missed the obvious point. With that I have said already I'm sure your critique doesn't need my input.
I'm trying to build with winelibs. If you tell me what *your* problem is, I might be able to help you with it. :)
I'm not particulary concerned about efficiency, as it happens..... And I know that leads to perl or someone else's solution. Maybe I could buy your software?
I suppose I could try out FastCGI, but where I'm at, at the moment, it wouldn't be a benefit to me, whereas compiling against wine would.
I have a whole pile of prerequisites, that have already lead me to the choice that I have currently made. When there is a practical reason not to do it this way I'll stop, and go a different way. I appreciate that I am the worst programmer in the world, but TBH, it's not an unreasonable question.
I'm not here to avoid a problem. I'm here to try and solve one.
It's allright if you don't have the answers, you know.
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