[darcs-users] darcs CGI scripts and large projects
Timothy_BARBOUR at rta.nsw.gov.au
Fri Jul 16 05:21:36 UTC 2004
I am experimenting with converting a sizeable (24MB source tree) project
from CVS to darcs. I had to fiddle with cvs2darcs a bit and ended up with a
few minor discrepancies between darcs and CVS (6 files that had been deleted
in CVS were still in the project in darcs, and two other files were missing
one-line changes in darcs). I am not sure how these came about, but suspect
that cvsps is not always able to get things right.
I found that darcs runs okay in terms of 'whatsnew' and 'record', although
'annotate' is slow. Unfortunately the CGI script (the original darcs CGI
script) takes about 8 minutes to do anything that is not cached (and old
cache entries are never removed). I like the original script because it is
written in Haskell, but I tried the Perl CGI script as well. When I run the
Perl script it fails with this message in the Apache log:
bad path_info "" at /usr/lib/cgi-bin/darcs.cgi line 219.
[Fri Jul 16 14:52:37 2004] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] Premature end of
script headers: /usr/lib/cgi-bin/darcs.cgi
It seems that the path is empty, but I have the following in
# The following are used by darcs.cgi (not darcs_cgi)
PATH = /bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin
Does anyone know what is wrong ? I am using darcs 0.9.22, and got the Perl
CGI script from the Debian darcs-server package 0.9.22-1 .
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