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From "Gavin McLeod" <Gavin.McL...@ioko.com>
Subject help- having problems with apache and rivet50 under windows
Date Thu, 27 Oct 2005 16:52:08 GMT
Hi
 
I'm completely new to rivet, done some tcl years ago, and played with
apache on and off.
having problems getting it running under XP (sp2)
 
I have Installed Apache 1.3.33 using the windows msi installer
I have ActiveTCL 8.4.11, and have installed Rivet 0.50 using the windows
binary.
 
It has modified my httpd.conf like so;
 
LoadModule rivet_module modules/mod_rivet.so
 
<IfModule mod_rivet.c>
    RivetServerConf CacheSize 50
    AddType application/x-httpd-rivet .rvt
    AddType application/x-rivet-tcl .tcl
 
    Alias /rivet/ "C:\opt\Tcl\lib/rivet0.5.0/tests/"
    <Directory "C:\opt\Tcl\lib/rivet0.5.0/tests/">
        Options Indexes FollowSymlinks MultiViews
        AllowOverride None
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
    </Directory>
</IfModule>
 
when I start apache I get
Apache/1.3.33 (Win32) Rivet running...
 
and using the example hello.rvt
<?
puts "Hello World" 
?>
 
but I get the following error in the browser:
 
 
Rivet ErrorScript failed! 
________________________________


can not find channel named "stdout"
    while executing
"puts <PRE>"
    (procedure "::Rivet::handle_error" line 5)
    invoked from within
"::Rivet::handle_error"
 
I have modified my environment based on a thread I saw on the dev
mailing list, so the path to tcl\bin is in the system env
instead of the user env, but to no avail;
 
so I hope you can help - it looks a neat package, and I desperately want
to try it!
 
thanks
Gavin
 


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