JetForce vs. Molly Brown Server: CGI-variable SCRIPT_NAME is not present

Robert "khuxkm" Miles khuxkm at tilde.team
Tue Apr 13 17:54:38 BST 2021


Just realized I forgot to link gemserv. My bad.

[1]: https://git.sr.ht/~int80h/gemserv

Just my two cents,
Robert "khuxkm" Miles

April 13, 2021 12:52 PM, "Robert "khuxkm" Miles" <khuxkm at tilde.team> wrote:

> April 13, 2021 10:50 AM, "Frank Jüdes" <Frank.Juedes at linux4specialists.com> wrote:
> 
>> Hi Stephane,
>> 
>> Thank you very much for the update. That leaves me with three options now:
> 
> Actually there are four. :P
> 
>> 1. Try again to install Pythron 3.7+ on my stubborn development machine
>> (Oracle Lunix 7…)
>> 2. Learn go really quickly and fork the Molly Brown server - i will
>> call it »the sunken Molly Brown server« in that case
>> 3. Write my own gemini server from scratch in perl
> 
> 4. Use literally any other Gemini server. gemserv[1], for instance, correctly implements PATH_INFO
> (which is actually the issue here, since SCRIPT_PATH -> SCRIPT_NAME is as simple as figuring out
> the base directory of the Gemini server) and SCRIPT_NAME (so you don't have to do the SCRIPT_PATH
> trickery). There are others as well.
> 
>> It really looks like only Molly Brown and JetForce have a usable CGI-implementation.
> 
> Again, gemserv and other servers have usable CGI implementations (including gemserv actually
> implementing SCRIPT_NAME and PATH_INFO).
> 
>> We should call it GGI, btw: Gemini Gateway Interface to distinguish it from CGI.
> 
> Why, exactly? I get the fact that you can't name your library CGI.pm, but that doesn't really
> warrant changing the name of an entire technology. :P
> 
> Just my two cents,
> Robert "khuxkm" Miles


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