Hi,

I think you need to run 'make all' or 'make gate' to build httpGate along
with the interpreter. That should create a binary and place it in the 'bin'
directory of the distribution.

best wishes,
Mattias


On 2 February 2014 18:16, me <yanosh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Thank you Alex.  I cannot seem to find httpGate anywhere in the
> distribution 3.1.5.  I know this is terribly noob-ish but where is httpGate
> located?
>
>
> On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 2:02 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>wrote:
>
>> Hi David,
>>
>> > If I load the app by going to localhost:8080 I see the button and can
>> click
>> > on it but nothing happens and the button becomes disabled.  If I then
>> > refresh the page (it now has a long session string in the address bar)
>> the
>> > button is enabled and I can click on it, the desired Alert dialog pops
>> up
>> > working correctly.
>>
>> Indeed, this is a known problem.
>>
>> The reason lies with the "same server orgigin" policy of JavaScript's
>> XMLHttpRequests. Because PicoLisp uses a separate HTTP port for each
>> session, JavaScript (wrongly) believes this is a new server, and refuses
>> to execute :(
>>
>>
>> > How can I get the button to work the first time without reloading the
>> page?
>>
>> The right way to handle this is to run web applications in combination
>> with 'httpGate'. The best way is to start (as user 'root')
>>
>>    /usr/lib/picolisp/bin/httpGate 80 8080
>>
>> and (if you like to use HTTPS)
>>
>>    /usr/lib/picolisp/bin/httpGate 443 8080 <path-to-PEM>
>>
>> I have similar lines in my "/etc/rc.local" file. For a local
>> installation, adjust the pathes to 'httpGate' accordingly.
>>
>>
>> With httpGate you also have the advantage that you don't need to specify
>> ":8080" in the browser (and that you can use HTTPS, of course).
>>
>> ♪♫ Alex
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