[Dancer-users] Collision of multiple Dancer apps using Plack::Handler::Apache2

sawyer x xsawyerx at gmail.com
Mon May 9 08:28:23 CEST 2011

Hi Matt!

Happy to hear you're loving Dancer. :)

The mailing list certainly does not get the appropriate attention it
Sometimes you get your reply, sometimes it slips between the chairs.

The best way to get a reply for a possible bug is to open a Github issue. It
will either be worked on and resolved, or explained and closed. When it's an
issue, we take it more seriously. Also, it's possible to get replies in our
friendly IRC channel (#dancer on irc.perl.org).

Considering this sounds like a bug, I'd opt for opening a bug. We would
really appreciate it.

Thanks, and have a great day!

On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 7:18 AM, Matthew Robinson <
matt.robinson at curtin.edu.au> wrote:

>  Hi,
> I have just discovered a problem with a couple of Dancer apps that we have
> deployed onto the same Apache using Plack::Handler::Apache2.  The apps are
> configured in separate virtual hosts but the routes and other configuration
> is getting confused between the two apps.  I checked the mailing list
> archive and found this message from September of last year which seems to be
> the problem we have encountered. Unfortunately, there doesn’t appear to have
> been any response to the message:
> http://lists.perldancer.org/pipermail/dancer-users/2010-September/000344.html
> Is this something that has been fixed? Or has a workaround?
> In the meantime we have had to switch one of our apps back to using CGI but
> we can’t take this performance hit for too long.
> Other than this issue we are loving Dancer :)
> Thanks,
> Matt
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