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CGI::Emulate::PSGI(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   CGI::Emulate::PSGI(3pm)

NAME
CGI::Emulate::PSGI - PSGI adapter for CGI SYNOPSIS
my $app = CGI::Emulate::PSGI->handler(sub { # Existing CGI code }); DESCRIPTION
This module allows an application designed for the CGI environment to run in a PSGI environment, and thus on any of the backends that PSGI supports. It works by translating the environment provided by the PSGI specification to one expected by the CGI specification. Likewise, it captures output as it would be prepared for the CGI standard, and translates it to the format expected for the PSGI standard using CGI::Parse::PSGI module. CGI.pm If your application uses CGI, be sure to cleanup the global variables in the handler loop yourself, so: my $app = CGI::Emulate::PSGI->handler(sub { use CGI; CGI::initialize_globals(); my $q = CGI->new; # ... }); Otherwise previous request variables will be reused in the new requests. Alternatively, you can install and use CGI::Compile from CPAN and compiles your existing CGI scripts into a sub that is perfectly ready to be converted to PSGI application using this module. my $sub = CGI::Compile->compile("/path/to/script.cgi"); my $app = CGI::Emulate::PSGI->handler($sub); This will take care of assigning an unique namespace for each script etc. See CGI::Compile for details. You can also consider using CGI::PSGI but that would require you to slightly change your code from: my $q = CGI->new; # ... print $q->header, $output; into: use CGI::PSGI; my $app = sub { my $env = shift; my $q = CGI::PSGI->new($env); # ... return [ $q->psgi_header, [ $output ] ]; }; See CGI::PSGI for details. METHODS
handler my $app = CGI::Emulate::PSGI->handler($code); Creates a PSGI application code reference out of CGI code reference. emulate_environment my %env = CGI::Emulate::PSGI->emulate_environment($env); Creates an environment hash out of PSGI environment hash. If your code or framework just needs an environment variable emulation, use this method like: local %ENV = (%ENV, CGI::Emulate::PSGI->emulate_environment($env)); # run your application If you use "handler" method to create a PSGI environment hash, this is automatically called in the created application. AUTHOR
Tokuhiro Matsuno <tokuhirom@cpan.org> Tatsuhiko Miyagawa COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2009-2010 by tokuhirom. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module. SEE ALSO
PSGI CGI::Compile CGI::PSGI Plack CGI::Parse::PSGI perl v5.14.2 2012-03-18 CGI::Emulate::PSGI(3pm)

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Plack::App::CGIBin(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   Plack::App::CGIBin(3pm)

NAME
Plack::App::CGIBin - cgi-bin replacement for Plack servers SYNOPSIS
use Plack::App::CGIBin; use Plack::Builder; my $app = Plack::App::CGIBin->new(root => "/path/to/cgi-bin")->to_app; builder { mount "/cgi-bin" => $app; }; # Or from the command line plackup -MPlack::App::CGIBin -e 'Plack::App::CGIBin->new(root => "/path/to/cgi-bin")->to_app' DESCRIPTION
Plack::App::CGIBin allows you to load CGI scripts from a directory and convert them into a PSGI application. This would give you the extreme easiness when you have bunch of old CGI scripts that is loaded using cgi-bin of Apache web server. HOW IT WORKS
This application checks if a given file path is a perl script and if so, uses CGI::Compile to compile a CGI script into a sub (like ModPerl::Registry) and then run it as a persistent application using CGI::Emulate::PSGI. If the given file is not a perl script, it executes the script just like a normal CGI script with fork & exec. This is like a normal web server mode and no performance benefit is achieved. The default mechanism to determine if a given file is a Perl script is as follows: o Check if the filename ends with ".pl". If yes, it is a Perl script. o Open the file and see if the shebang (first line of the file) contains the word "perl" (like "#!/usr/bin/perl"). If yes, it is a Perl script. You can customize this behavior by passing "exec_cb" callback, which takes a file path to its first argument. For example, if your perl-based CGI script uses lots of global variables and such and are not ready to run on a persistent environment, you can do: my $app = Plack::App::CGIBin->new( root => "/path/to/cgi-bin", exec_cb => sub { 1 }, )->to_app; to always force the execute option for any files. AUTHOR
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa SEE ALSO
Plack::App::File CGI::Emulate::PSGI CGI::Compile Plack::App::WrapCGI See also Plack::App::WrapCGI if you compile one CGI script into a PSGI application without serving CGI scripts from a directory, to remove overhead of filesystem lookups, etc. perl v5.14.2 2011-11-02 Plack::App::CGIBin(3pm)
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