It’ll take you approx. 15 minutes. Sorry, this paper is just hacked together very quickly.
The server root
- If you’re using CVS with your own private repository:
$ cd /web $ mkdir yourprivateserver $ cd yourprivateserver $ cvs checkout theserver
Or if you want a copy of the latest ACS release (in this case 3.1):
$ cd /web/ $ cvs -d ls.arsdigita.com:/usr/local/cvsroot checkout -d yourserver -r acs-3-1 acs
$ cp -r /web/theserver /web/yourprivateserver
- $ cd...
The big picure
We want to do something like <a href=”http://www.aolserver.com/doc/3.0/tcldev/tapi-c68.htm#107131” >ns_httpopen or <a href=”http://www.aolserver.com/doc/3.0/tcldev/tapi-c67.htm#68227” >ns_httpget from the standard <a href=”http://www.aolserver.com”>AOLserver API. We don’t want to implement SSL in Tcl, so we are thankful that it’s already been implemented in C and Perl.
The way I did it and explain here is stupid...
The Outdated Metaphor
The notion of a score, with a single timeline and a single depth axis, the stage and the cast, all worked well in the beginning. Because the (multi) medium of computers was new, people needed a familiar metaphor they could relate to. And the level of user interaction wasn’t too high, so it made sense to think of it as a movie with perhaps a little interaction on top.
Not so anymore. As the demands for user interaction increases, the limitations of the metaphor...