[dancer-users] Non-blocking stuff
xsawyerx at gmail.com
Sat Dec 26 09:57:01 GMT 2015
I've been pretty busy of late so had no time to keep track of the
list. My apologies.
Still, I would be happy to try and resolve this.
Since this was last month, I'm assuming there might have been changes.
Can you tell me what the last current state (plus some code, please)
of this is? We'll pick it up from the current state and try and
resolve any issues.
On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 8:55 AM, David H <untg99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Warren,
> I could fiddle with it, I've spent a good 30 mins to 1 hour trying to get
> various versions of the code working without success. I can attest the the
> 'streaming' part works fine and the code will stream properly (I even
> cracked out Wireshark to test), however it still blocks. In terms of the
> non-blocking part, I'm sure there is something fundamental I'm doing wrong,
> just not sure what.
> On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 2:50 PM, Warren Young <wyml at etr-usa.com> wrote:
>> On Nov 16, 2015, at 9:09 PM, David H <untg99 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > So yeah, some clarification would be awesome, or just someone with an
>> > example which works.
>> One of the items on the list of ideas for Advent Calendar 2015 articles is
>> exactly that:
>> Since no one has signed up to write that article, maybe you should. I
>> know you don’t know how to make it work right now, but the code is open, so
>> you could in principle figure out how to use it.
>> An article written from the perspective of a newbie is often better in the
>> end than one written by someone who knows how the feature is *supposed* to
>> work, because you’re more likely to remember where all the traps are.
>> I might write it myself, because I, too, have not yet used this feature of
>> Dancer 2, but it was already on my to-do list. (I want to use the feature
>> to throttle repeated login attempts without slowing down one-off logins.)
>> That said, I’ve already written 6 articles for the calendar, and have
>> received hardly any good feedback, so maybe I should leave the remaining 3/4
>> of the available spots to others.
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