Hello,<br><br>A few comments regarding the PLT web-server. First of all, I watched the movie presenting it's features and I found it rather interesting as framework. So congratulations on the work. I noticed that when run as non-root it lags a lot, probably because of it trying to write to a logfile it has no access to. This, however, is easily fixed by copying the configuration and default-web-root to your home directory. What concerned me more is how the continuations are encoded iin the url.
<br><br>Basically, it seems that it places the continuation-specific data not at the end of the URL but in the beginning. This can be quite confusing, because if you change the URL a bit (which is usually done by just modifyng the tail) you'll still be referring ot the prior continuation.
<br>Here is an example:<br><a href="http://localhost:8080/servlets;1*2*14325287/examples/compound/add.ss">http://localhost:8080/servlets;1*2*14325287/examples/compound/add.ss</a><br><br>Would this not be easier if it were:
<br><a href="http://localhost:8080/servlets/examples/compound/add.ss;1*2*14325287">http://localhost:8080/servlets/examples/compound/add.ss;1*2*14325287</a><br><br>I think that would make it much more intuitive, not sure what the reasons are that it is put right after 'servlets' instead of the entire url? Is this because the entire servlets directory is treated as one big app?
<br><br>Additionally I was hoping if you could inform me on how stable plt web-server is in general. I noticed in one paper that it's quite performant, but overall, how mature would you say it is? Will the flapjax work to enable tight integration with client-side stuff (from the power oof scheme) soon be released?
<br><br>With regards,<br>Christophe (aka vincenz)<br>