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[Caml-list] Announce: Xcaml 0.0.1 released
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From: Karl Zilles <zilles@1...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Announce: Xcaml 0.0.1 released
Alessandro Baretta wrote:
> Karl Zilles wrote:
>> Alessandro Baretta wrote:
>>  >
>> Looks interesting to me!
>> Is there any way under this implementation to pool database connections? 
> What do you mean exactly?

Typically in web applications, connections to the database are cached 
because there is a large overhead in making the connection.  They are 
stored in a pool which is shared among the requests coming in.

> In due time Xcaml will support the Jserv protocol, but at present it 
> only runs as a (stateful) CGI.

More generally, I would like be able to cache data in memory.  When you 
say stateful CGI, does that mean that it reloads its state from disk on 
every request?


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