I would like to ask whether you ever deploy multiple picolisp
applications on a server and if yes what is your setup (assuming the
only http entrance from outside is the port 80)?
I imagine that I could start several apps on different ports, put each
behind httpGate and use a web server with url rewriting.
Is there a way of achieving similar thing without a "heavy-weight"
server with url rewriting?
I am thinking about something like:
pound --> httpGate --> picolisp --> apps/sessions
reverse port=8762 port=8763 ...
port=80 --> thttpd (static content)
where urls matching ^/picolisp/ would be served by picolisp and
anything else by thttpd:
my.com/picolisp/app1* served by picolisp
my.com/picolisp/app2* served by picolisp
my.com/* served by thttpd
I can create a diretory structure in the picolisp root directory
matching the url so that the picolisp server finds the right *.l files
if I use (allowed ("picolisp/") ...) but it breaks all the rest as
picolisp + httpGate expect all urls without the app "prefix" and all
the url stuff is relying on the url convention.
Or, I could modify httpGate to rewrite urls:
my.com/picolisp/app1/* => my.com:8771/* (app1 port)
my.com/picolisp/app2/* => my.com:8772/* (app2 port)
which might be even easier than trying to change/hook into the
picolisp url convention.
Or, is there a simpler way of achieving this?
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