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From rich...@ecos.de
Subject RE: Input files in Execute and PerlIO layers for theirs + object_base option doesn't work
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2012 10:15:13 GMT
Hi,
> 
> > unfortunately implementing this Perlio UTF8 stuff is not done very quickly.
> 
> UTF8 doesn't work quickly in Perl? What problem to add new option like
> 'binmode' (binmode => ":utf8") and use this binmode for reading all files by
> Embperl?
> 

In done in C, not in Perl, so it's not so easy like in pure Perl

> I can use mtime but if i use Embperl::Object i should trace myself not only
> mtime of main file but everything under this - base.epl mtime too for
> example It's very not quickly, i think UTF8 file decoding could quickly in many
> times :)
> 

I understand this, but I don't have time to spend a day implementing utf8 support yet (it
will come if I need it for my own projects or if somebody pays for it or if somebody sends
a patch)

> Ok, i resolved problem already by using Template::Toolkit (he caches a files
> but works slowly), sorry
> 

Embperl is faster because it written in C, Template Toolkit can easier handle UTF-8 because
it written only in Perl

You cannot have it all :-)

Gerald


> P.S. Embperl i used many years before. But i need now in UTF-8 encoding in
> files.
> 
> Best regards, Perlover
> 
> 2012/10/3  <richter@ecos.de>:
> > Hi,
> >
> > unfortunately implementing this Perlio UTF8 stuff is not done very quickly.
> >
> > I will put on the TODO list, but don't expect a quick solution.
> >
> > You can use the input option and read you the files on your own, just pass
> the mtime of the file as mtime option and Embperl will cache your files the
> same way if it has read the file on it's own.
> >
> > Hope this helps
> >
> > Gerald
> >
> >
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Perlover [mailto:perlover@gmail.com]
> >> Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 12:18 PM
> >> To: embperl@perl.apache.org
> >> Subject: Input files in Execute and PerlIO layers for theirs +
> >> object_base option doesn't work
> >>
> >> Dear Gerald,
> >>
> >> I have some problems with Embperl 2.4.0 (perl v.5.14.2) First, i use
> >> Embperl in my own environment (no mod_perl, apache, fcgi and etc).
> >> Only process under Starman server
> >>
> >> I want to use Embperl as:
> >>
> >> my $out;
> >>
> >> Embperl::Object::Execute({
> >>               inputfile               => "/foo/dir/test.epl",
> >>               object_base             => 'base.epl',
> >>               object_stopdir          => "/foo/dir",
> >>               output                  => \$out
> >>           })
> >>
> >> I have some problems:
> >>
> >> 1) (BUG?) Embperl::Object doesn't see base.epl file.
> >> I have /foo/dir/base.epl in directory!
> >> I see in Starman's logs error as:
> >>
> >> [1738]ERR:  404: : Not found '_base.epl', searched:
> >>
> >> If i rename base.epl to _base.epl them my template works BUT:
> >>
> >> 2) (HELP) Other problem. I use everywhere UTF-8 encoding. My scripts
> >> have "use utf8" and in UTF-8 encoding, files are in UTF-8 But i see
> >> that $out in my example doesn't have utf8 flag.
> >> I think it's because Embperl open file (inputfile) without ":utf8"
> >> layer. And it reads this file as plain binary file.
> >> If i will use "params" with utf8 perl variables i think i will have a hell.
> >>
> >> You write in documentation that Embperl works with UTF-8. Yes, may be
> >> it keeps utf8 flag in variables, in outputs but i think Embperl
> >> doesn't work correctly with input files.
> >> Am i right?
> >>
> >> As workaround i see simple option: inputfile_binmode in Execute
> >> function for example. If Embperl will have this option i will happy
> >> as i think! For
> >> example: if i use this option then Embperl opens files under Execute
> >> and use PerlIO layer with this layer.
> >>
> >> Certainly, i can read files myself and use 'input' option but i want
> >> to use benefits of caching of Embperl. If i use files through Embperl
> >> as i think the Embperl controls modification times of files and caches
> theirs.
> >>
> >> Perlover
> >>
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> >
> >


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