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Re: [Chicken-users] fixnum problem in http egg is back, magically.

From: Robin Lee Powell
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] fixnum problem in http egg is back, magically.
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 2008 19:23:33 -0700
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.17+20080114 (2008-01-14)

On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 07:10:14PM -0700, Robin Lee Powell wrote:
> [SPIFFY: (root) reading /home/rlpowell/svn/sert/test.scm with size 
> 222.0#<unspecified>]
> Error: (file-read) bad argument type - not a fixnum: 222.0
> Error: 500 Internal server error


I've managed to track the problem down.  It occurs when spiffy tries
to serve a file whose extension it doesn't know.  For testing
purposes, I have:

(spiffy-file-ext-handlers `(
                            ("wu" ,web-unity-handler)
                            ("wu2" ,(web-unity-handler 
                            ("ws" . ,web-scheme-handler)

If I make "test.html" and try to access it, I get:

[waiting for requests...#<unspecified>]
[request 0 from; thread3 (of 1) started...#<unspecified>]
[read: "GET /test.html HTTP/1.1"#<unspecified>]
[request: method=GET, url=/test.html, protocol=HTTP/1.1#<unspecified>]
[attributes: (("accept" . "*/*") ("host" . "") 
("user-agent" . "curl/7.17.1 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.17.1 
OpenSSL/0.9.8g zlib/ libidn/1.1 libssh2/0.18"))#<unspecified>]
[handling GET request...#<unspecified>]
[raw request value: #<http:request>#<unspecified>]
[request handling:  args = ()  resource = #f#<unspecified>]
[SPIFFY: set-header: "Content-Type" -> "text/html"#<unspecified>]
[SPIFFY: set-header: "Content-Length" -> "4"#<unspecified>]
[Response: HTTP/1.1 200 OK#<unspecified>]
[SPIFFY: (root) reading /home/rlpowell/svn/sert/test.html with size 
Error: (file-read) bad argument type - not a fixnum: 4.0
Error: 500 Internal server error
[SPIFFY: set-header: "Content-Length" -> "556"#<unspecified>]
[Response: HTTP/1.1 500 Internal server error#<unspecified>]
[thread3 (of 1) kept alive, reading next request...#<unspecified>]
[client closed connection or read timed out.#<unspecified>]
[closing connection...#<unspecified>]
[thread3 finished.#<unspecified>]

I really don't see how this makes any sense, but I'm hoping that'll
be enough for someone who knows the code to at least make the error
more useful.


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