For all fans of zombie web application frameworks.
diment at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 21:07:54 BST 2014
Yeah I've proof of concepted the Plack::App::FakeApache stuff which works
well for the bits of the program that are not too badly frankensteined.
But now I have to go back and saw off and replace the bits that won't work
under P::A::FA (hence the static/stack trace analysis tool I wrote) -
identify the bad bits so that they will run under P::A::FA.
On Sat, Sep 20, 2014 at 1:21 AM, Mark Fowler <mark at twoshortplanks.com>
> Hi Kieren,
> (removed sydney-pm to avoid cross posting problems)
> First up there's a couple of solutions on the CPAN that you might want to
> take a look at to see if they're helpful:
> https://metacpan.org/pod/Plack::App::FakeApache (which I've used)
> https://metacpan.org/pod/APR::Emulate::PSGI (which I haven't)
> If neither of these are wonderful solutions then the other option that I
> might consider instead of subclassing Apache2::Request is that you mock the
> entire thing yourself (i.e. write a class from scratch that has the same
> interface.) If necessary you could even call this Apache2::Request and
> make sure it's loaded instead of the real Apache2::Request (either by
> calling it Apache2/Request.pm and putting it somewhere in @INC before the
> real one, or by putting the code at the bottom of another module you ensure
> you load before Apache2::Request is loaded.
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