Thibaut Colar wrote: > On the company website, at some point i got sick of the web.xml > changing all the time and restarting the webapp, and i had made a > small app that was some html pages, where you can see all the > servelts, there mappings, the number of time they got requested and > the number of time there was an error. also there was a save button to > save the config to disk, so it was reloaded later. > So you could edit that, and reload the servlet on the fly, and it > worked good, of course this was all in java and not very well done :-) > , so it' no use to you, but i found it very practical for > testing/debuggin/easy changes and no need to reload the whole webapp, > so maybe whatever format you pick, you could have a cool tool like this ? > > Though i have no idea if "reloading" a C++ servlet is actually doable :-) Yes - definitely doable - dlopen() interface has dlclose() function that will allow unloading DSO. How soon I'll get around to implementing this is entirely different question though ;-) But you are right - some sort of web-configurator is something we want to have eventually.
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