It was related to the update of std.process,
I was using the 'bad way' just building a string and then
executing it. Using the old API I could just get back the stdout
as strings. And when the new API came in
the old version got deprecated or something else I don't know
exactly, it broke the execution of external code but the original
code was bad code anyway.
The new API is much cleaner and I now use the spawnShell command,
which allows to use pipes. This means the server can read data in
nice chunks, and that I could tweak the throughput/chunksize
based on the amount accepted by a client.
I could look up in the old repository when/where. but in general
I dont mind a little breakage because in general bad code breaks..
On Friday, 7 February 2014 at 17:06:58 UTC, Martin Nowak wrote:
On 02/03/2014 11:02 AM, Danny Arends wrote:
I wrote a small web server in D to learn the language.
It's not done yet (what software ever is) but I wanted to show
anyway. As always of-course any feedback is welcome
See it here: https://github.com/DannyArends/DaNode
Sorry to read that a compiler update broke your code.
It would be interesting to get some more feedback for this.
What was the old and the new version? Do you remember what