nlpservice is a barebones NLP::Service application. Takes in command line arguments for configuration.
- --help, -h, -?
Prints this help message.
- --man, -m
Opens the man page.
- --verbose, -v
Turns on verbose logging. By default logging is to the console unless in daemon mode. Then logging is to a file.
- --environment, -e
Takes a string that is used as the name of the environment, and also becomes the name of the logfile. Default value is 'development'.
- --log2file, -l
Logs to a file instead of the console. Creates a logs/ directory in the working directory of the application, with the environment name being set by the --environment option or 'development'.
- --working-dir, -w
Changes the working directory of the application. Default is the directory from where the application has been launched.
- --port, -p
Sets the port on which the application will listen on. Default is 3000.
- --daemon, -d
Runs the application in daemon mode. This stops logging to the console, and logs to a file if not specified.
- --server, -s
The IP interface to bind to. Default is 0.0.0.0, which binds to all interfaces.
- --behind-proxy, -P
The application adjusts the headers accordingly for proxying redirects, and assumes you're behind a proxy here. Should not be used unless needed.
Copyright (C) 2011. Vikas Naresh Kumar <email@example.com>
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
Started on 28th March 2011.