- SEE ALSO
Net::FastCGI - FastCGI Toolkit
This distribution aims to provide a complete API for working with the FastCGI protocol.
The primary goal is to provide a function oriented and object oriented API which are not tied to a specific I/O model or framework.
Secondary goal is to provide higher level tools/API which can be used for debugging and interoperability testing.
The function oriented API is considered feature complete. Net::FastCGI::Protocol provides functions to build and parse all FastCGI v1.0 messages, also provided is a few convenient higher level functions such as
Work has begun on object oriented implementation and a simple blocking I/O class which is intended for testing and debugging.
FastCGI protocol constants.
Provides functions to read and write FastCGI messages.
Provides functions to build and parse FastCGI messages.
NET_FASTCGI_PP can be set to a true value before loading this package to disable usage of XS implementation.
In addition to Run-Time:
- Official FastCGI site
- FastCGI Specification Version 1.0
- RFC 3875 - The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) Version 1.1
- FastCGI: A High-Performance Web Server Interface
- FastCGI - The Forgotten Treasure
Application server implementation, built on top of AnyEvent. Supports Responder role. Capable of multiplexing.
Application server implementation, built on top of
libfcgi(reference implementation). Supports all FastCGI roles. Responds to management records. Processes requests synchronously.
Application server implementation, built on top of IO::Async. Supports Responder role. Responds to management records. Capable of multiplexing.
Client (Web server) implementation. Supports Responder role.
Application server implementation, built on top of EV. Supports Responder role.
Application server implementation. Supports Responder role. Processes requests synchronously.
Application server implementation, built on top of POE. Supports Responder role. Capable of multiplexing.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Net-FastCGI
Copyright 2008-2010 by Christian Hansen.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.