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Re: Guile on nginx or lighttpd...

From: tantalum
Subject: Re: Guile on nginx or lighttpd...
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2014 16:19:51 +0200
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i used guile programs behind nginx, lighttpd and apache and maybe i can

if you just like to have an http server, guile includes an
if you are looking for running an application behind another web server,
then two methods come to mind:
1. direct http proxying - http requests get copied to a running guile
server application
2. proxying using a server interface like scgi - this way the
application does not have to deal with http protocol request/connection
details but with a server interface

proxied you can use extra features like for example ssl, separated
direct file access and load balancing.

i can give examples for configuring nginx (or you could look here,

On 2014-07-25 23:37, Calvin Mitchell wrote:
> Enjoyed article:
> ...but having a hard time finding any decent HOWTO on setting up guile with
> a minimal web server...could you please point me in the right direction?
> Thanks!

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