At 10:10 PM 6/6/97 -0500, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
>I'm going to keep looking into it. One thing bugs me a bit, though. If
>I'm not mistaken, every form submission just reruns the script with
Yup. CGI apps are basically 'stateless'. Transient state is maintained by
passing hidden variables to subsequent stages.
>This means that the Majordomo objects aren't really
>kept around long. I don't think this is a problem, but the compilation
>time is just going to be painful.
The best way around this might be to have "Majordomo" be a daemon process
and have the Web i/f communicate via TCP client? But the problem with this
is that it makes the Web interface dependent upon the client/server
interface rather than having multiple independent interfaces available as