[erlang-questions] Is Erlyweb working with Yaws 1.8.1? and other framework questions
Sat May 23 17:57:06 CEST 2009
I noticed that your appmod line is the one that works for the root of
the server. Can you try it with the standard Yaws examples in place?
Because I am not going to be using a single application but multiples
this is basis of the problem.
appmods = <cgi-bin, yaws_appmod_cgi> <"/music", erlyweb>
> On Sat, May 23, 2009 at 5:39 PM, Andrew <> wrote:
>> I don't know, what are you doing, but I have installed latest yaws and
>> had no problem with Erlyweb. I never tried music example of Yariv
>> but just tried to reproduce your steps (as it seems).
>> This is my 5 min. test.
>> I have created application, in erlang emulator:
>> 1 > erlyweb:create_app("music", "./").
>> Next I have compiled it.
>> 2 > erlyweb:compile("./music").
>> Then I have created log directory ./log .
>> Next I have created config file music.conf and startup script for yaws. The
>> content of
>> music.conf config file is:
>> logdir = ./log
>> ebin_dir = ./music/ebin
>> include_dir = /home/andrew/yaws/include
>> <server localhost>
>> port = 8001
>> listen = 127.0.0.1
>> docroot = ./music/www
>> appmods = <"/music/", erlyweb>
>> appname = music
>> The content of sturtup start.sh yaws script is:
>> yaws -i -c music.conf -pa ./music/ebin
>> Next I have started ./start.sh
>> Next I navigate my browser to localhost:8001/music/ - all is ok.
>> Note you have to navigate namely to music/ not music without slash. This is
>> because of simplicity of default code of your app_contorller (you have add
>> code by yourself).
>> Browser shpwes standard erlyweb greating : "Welcome to 'music', your new
>> ErlyWeb app. Let the Erlang hacking begin! "
>> That's all.
>> What have you expected?
> Carl McDade
> Content Management Systems Consultant
Content Management Systems Consultant
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