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From "Gerald Richter" <>
Subject RE: using Embperl::Object from perl
Date Thu, 14 Apr 2005 14:13:41 GMT

> I've been trying to use Embperl::Object offline (from within 
> some other perl code) and I'm finding it difficult to pass 
> the correct options.
> There is %Embperl::initparam, but this is only good for 
> global initialisation.  I would have expected to also be able 
> to pass any config option in the relevant constructor or 
> using a method on the object before it was executed, but that 
> seems not to be the case.
> In particular - I can't work out how to create/configure/use 
> an Application object across multiple requests simply from 
> the perl API (without going through environment variables and 
> %Embperl::initparam).
> There doesn't seem to be any "create a request object from 
> this application object" method - although the reverse exists 
> (Embperl::Req::InitRequest(...)->app).
> Is this possible currently or should it be considered a 
> feature request?

At the moment there is no real object orientation interface to
Embperl::Object, there is only one entry point Embperl::Object::Execute. On
the first call it will create the application object and (as long as you
don't give a different appname) will reuse it on subsquent requests. You can
pass all your configuration to Embperl::Object::Execute. The application
configuration will be ignored on the second and any further calls (as long
as appname is the same).

Does this help or you have different needs?


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