Just started to build a project that can take over file
descriptors from the main apache server process to reduce
overhead when somebody is downloading a long file. Well,
after reading half of this book, my friend (who
originally asked me to make this module) noted on IRC that
the module he needs should be built for roxen/caudium not to
apache. That's about my project management skills...
By the end of the day the module would be good for
the servers. Maybe I will read the Pike introduction (means:
maybe not - but this option will have a result of some free
beer shortage). Should not be so far from C/C++ . Though
after Perl I have a strong aversion from all the
interpreteted languages that are not bashing. #!/bin/bash I
BTW the aforementioned book is a good example for something
that started to be good, but screewed up right in the
middle. I think more weitgh on C should be advicable.