Re: Customizing http access

2010-01-11 Thread Henrik Sarvell
I'll just use ht:Pack instead, thanks for the pointers though :-) On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 7:36 AM, Alexander Burger a...@software-lab.dewrote: On Sat, Jan 09, 2010 at 08:28:15PM +0100, Henrik Sarvell wrote: snag I had to solve. I couldn't find a global function so I made my own: (dm

Re: Customizing http access

2010-01-10 Thread Alexander Burger
On Sat, Jan 09, 2010 at 08:28:15PM +0100, Henrik Sarvell wrote: snag I had to solve. I couldn't find a global function so I made my own: (dm urlDecode (Str) (pack (make (in (list 'echo Str) (while (char) (let Char @ (ifn (=

Re: Customizing http access

2010-01-09 Thread Henrik Sarvell
I finally had the time to walk through a complete test using the production code I will utilize to actually consume the real time pusub updates and it works flawlessly. It will enable me to get content updates in real time, and only the updates, hence no need to repeatedly download whole feeds in

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-20 Thread Alexander Burger
On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 05:31:24PM +0100, Henrik Sarvell wrote: wonder about is the part where a normal request would be split and its keys =3D values would parsed. Is that part enough or is there something else happening in the big/original flow? I would check for the initial POST, so that

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-20 Thread Henrik Sarvell
In this special case I don't need to extract url parameters just the POST contents in the case of verification. So I'll incorporate the POST match and give it a try. On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 8:52 AM, Alexander Burger a...@software-lab.de wro= te: On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 05:31:24PM +0100, Henrik

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-20 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Apparently it was a GET request but I managed to parse it. The problem now is that it seems like the prints are on the wrong channel, before when I was using the normal http etc in the @pubsub function I didn't get headers printed to my terminal for instance which I'm getting now. If I only can

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-20 Thread Alexander Burger
On Sun, Dec 20, 2009 at 01:59:59PM +0100, Henrik Sarvell wrote: Apparently it was a GET request but I managed to parse it. ... (while (setq L (line)) (cond ((match '(G E T @U H T T P / 1 . @Y) L)

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-19 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Henrik, So I made a change that would prevent (throw http) to be called and everything worked. Great! ... (if *Xml (setq *Xml (ht:Read *ContLen)) (cond

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-19 Thread Alexander Burger
On Sat, Dec 19, 2009 at 10:05:24AM +0100, Alexander Burger wrote: 1. Fork for each transaction: (task (port 4000) # Background task listening on port 4000 (when (setq Sock (accept @)) # Accept a connection (unless (fork) # Child process (task P)

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-19 Thread Henrik Sarvell
So I've come up with the below: (de go () (rollback) (task (port 4000) # Background task listening on port 4000 (let? Sock (accept @) # Accept a connection (unless (fork) # Child process (in Sock (off *Xml *ContLen) (use (L @X @Y)

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-18 Thread Henrik Sarvell
After I sent the prior mail to the list Alex and I had a discussion on IRC and we realized that there were two problems: 1.) In the interaction in this thread Alex assumed I was running a simple dedicated process with its own simple http function, I wasn't though, I was testing with the full

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-17 Thread Henrik Sarvell
I've changed the whole http function to: (de http (S) (setq *Xml (make (in S (until (eof) (link (line T)) (and S (close S) (task S))) I'm not even trying to do anything with the headers. However with an http function looking like this I'm not even able to

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-16 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Good idea, the explicit linking, it shows me I'm actually getting the body, however somewhere later on I'm stalling. I keep forgetting that traceAll doesn't in fact trace everything ;-) My @pubsub function is not executing (and the hub reports failure), which it is when I access it through the

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-16 Thread Henrik Sarvell
I think I was a bit quick in stating earlier that I got the whole body, the PHP dump again: ?xml version=3D1.0 encoding=3Dutf-8? feed xmlns=3Dhttp://www.w3.org/2005/Atom;titlehenrik's stream/titleidhttp://localhost:8081//atom/stream/henrik/idauthorna= mehenrik/name/author

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-16 Thread Henrik Sarvell
I should really be more patient with myself before posting, I promise this will be the last one for today, anyway I tried the following: (when *Xml (setq *Xml (make (until (eof) (line T) (link @) And I now get this at

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-15 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Thanks Alex, I've actually tried advertising as both 1.0 and 1.1, doesn't seem to make any difference, will try ht:Ln tonight. On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 7:39 AM, Alexander Burger a...@software-lab.de wro= te: Hi Henrik, Alex, you mentioned on IRC how to handle/read chunked content and of

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-15 Thread Henrik Sarvell
Still no luck, at this point I have no idea if I'm doing something illegal from a PicoLisp point of view or a HTTP point of view, maybe someone can shed some light on this. During testing I have modified (http) and (_htHead) directly, when I've discovered something that works I expect to be able

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-14 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Henrik, Content-Length: 477 Accept-Encoding: gzipX-Hub-Signature: sha1=c22189670d1aeb04d0333d737b3e97f74ccb380e User-Agent: AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine) Host: localhost:3000 Referer: http://localhost/ Content-Type: application/atom+xml And the feed contents

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-14 Thread Henrik Sarvell
I've done some more examining and testing and I think the content might be chunked even though there's nothing advertised in the headers. Alex, you mentioned on IRC how to handle/read chunked content and of course I forgot to save the buffer. Would you care to go through it again please? I also

Re: Customizing http access

2009-12-14 Thread Alexander Burger
Hi Henrik, Alex, you mentioned on IRC how to handle/read chunked content and of course I forgot to save the buffer. Would you care to go through it again please? This is fairly easy, when you use the functions 'ht:Out' and 'ht:In': (ht:Out T .. do printing ..) does chunked output, and