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Re: [Gnumed-devel] multitaskhttpd experiment

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] multitaskhttpd experiment
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 11:28:13 +0200
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Am Mittwoch 14 Juli 2010, 23:56:05 schrieb lkcl:
> ok, a simple pyjamas client demo, doesn't do anything fancy, just pulls the
> info from the jsonrpc server and displays it as a string.
> patch is at you want 0007 and 0008

Done. All patches have been applied.

> git pull again from multitaskhttpd.
Still failing on that part. 

> then, after installing pyjamas (from git repo don't use 0.7), running
> python and making sure that pyjsbuild has been placed into
> $PATH (add /home/you/src/pyjamas/bin/ to $PATH) you will be able to run
> the script that gets added at gnumed/client/ProxiedWeb/jsonrpc by
> patch 0008

> _theeeen_ you can browse to

I guess I need to run the missing proxyapp before I can do that.

I did start --ui=pxweb

which gives no errors but does not seem to start a server on

as firefox claims that is cannot load any page at that address

Running --ui=mtweb

| Unhandled exception caught !
| Type : <type 'exceptions.ImportError'>
| Value: No module named MultiTaskWeb
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "", line 534, in <module>
    from Gnumed.MultiTaskWeb import gmGuiWeb
ImportError: No module named MultiTaskWeb

And indeed there is no directory MultiTaskWeb which could be imported.

> theeen you can type in a password (any-doc), theeen click on login and
> theeeen you can select one of the drop-down options and press "do
> something".

That I would love to do.

> if you press "do something" when selecting "get schema" BEFORE logging in
> then of course you will see that command-line password entry request on the
> JSONRPC server console!
Makes sense. I guess some sort of handler needs to be implemented to call the 
login page instead. 

So I am awaiting instruction regarding

2.) --ui=mtweb or --pxweb
3.) which of those starts the webserver at 8080

Any help is appreciated,

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