Borges::CGIDRbClient (Module)

In: lib/Borges/CGIDRbClient.rb

Borges::CGIDRbClient allows Borges to be run via CGI. To use Borges via CGI, copy:

/usr/local/share/examples/ruby/Borges/borges-cgi

to: cgi-bin/borges

Then run:

/usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby-1.8/Borges/DRbServer.rb

A Borges server will start listening on the local machine. The CGI client will send a request to the Borges server, which will process it and hand a response back to the CGI client, which will return the page to the user.

Methods

Constants

HTTP_STATUS = { 100 => "100 Continue", 101 => "101 Switching Protocols", 200 => "200 OK", 201 => "201 Created", 202 => "202 Accepted", 203 => "203 Non-Authoritative Information", 204 => "204 No Content", 205 => "205 Reset Content", 206 => "206 Partial Content", 300 => "300 Multiple Choices", 301 => "301 Moved Permanently", 302 => "302 Moved Temporarily", 303 => "303 See Other", 304 => "304 Not Modified", 305 => "305 Use Proxy", 400 => "400 Bad Request", 401 => "401 Unauthorized", 402 => "402 Payment Required", 403 => "403 Forbidden", 404 => "404 Not Found", 405 => "405 Method Not Allowed", 406 => "406 Not Acceptable", 407 => "407 Proxy Authentication Required", 408 => "408 Request Timeout", 409 => "409 Conflict", 410 => "410 Gone", 411 => "411 Length Required", 412 => "412 Precondition Failed", 413 => "413 Request Entity Too Large", 414 => "414 Request-URI Too Long", 415 => "415 Unsupported Media Type", 500 => "500 Internal Server Error", 501 => "501 Not Implemented", 502 => "502 Bad Gateway", 503 => "503 Service Unavailable", 504 => "504 Gateway Timeout", 505 => "505 HTTP Version Not Supported", }
  HTTP1.1 Status lines (not in cgi-lib.rb)

Public Class methods

Take a request from the server and pass it to the Borges server for processing, then create the appropriate HTTP response.

[Validate]