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Where should patches against clearsilver be submitted?

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is clearsilver stop to maintenance?

 

hi, guys

I saw the latest news about this is 


SVN Repository Available [2009-Nov-05]

After much work, I've been able to migrate the full history of Clearsilver into an SVN repository at Google Code. A new release should come soon.




who knows about this, had already stopped maintenance?

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arvindikchari | 16 Nov 10:52 2013
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Total newbie to clearsilver- need some help

 

Hi,

Please dont mind if my question seems silly to you.

I went through the docs, while I understand the C API and want to use it- as I see I have to use the HDF file for data storage, the CS file as the template and the templating language. But where does the C/CGI code come in? How do I organise the 3 components-> C/CGI, CS and HDF files?


If anyone can share a working example of a simple/dummy C app developed using ClearSilver that would be nice. Alternatively if you could explain the above that would be very helpful.

Thanks and sincerely,
Arvind.

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arvindikchari | 15 Nov 13:48 2013
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Does clearsilver only work with CGI or with other options like FastCGI?

 

Hi

At the risk of sounding dumb- does ClearSilver work with CGI only? Or does it work with FastCGI/other CGI alternatives as well?

If it does work with alternatives, then how do I set up dev and production environments?

Sincerely,
Arvind.

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arvindikchari | 15 Nov 13:39 2013
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How to distribute a single clearsilver app across multiple servers

 

Hi

As I am a complete noob, excuse me if I sound dumb. How do I distribute a ClearSilver web app across multiple servers with load balancing? Something like other apps which use ClearSilver like old Yahoo Groups and Orkut have done?

Sincerely,
Arvind.

   
   
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arvindikchari | 15 Nov 13:07 2013
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How to store a value into HDF file that was updated by a JQuery function call

 

Hi

I have a CS page with JQuery code in it. This jquery/JS code makes a call to update some data in the page.

Now I want this updated data to be stored into the HDF file. How do I do this?

Thanks and sincerely,
Arvind.

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马亮 | 3 Apr 10:31 2013

little bug on hdf_remove_tree()

 

hi,
    It seems that hdf->last_hs, hdf->last_hp should set to NULL, if hdf_remove_tree() dealloced them.
    following code can run normally, but valgrind detected one "Invalid read of size", so, please take a look:
    (also viewable on https://gist.github.com/bigml/5299443)

int main(int argc, char **argv, char **envp)
{
    HDF *node, *cnode;
    hdf_init(&node);

    hdf_set_value(node, "foo.0.pic", "xxx.jpg");
    hdf_set_value(node, "bar.0.pic", "yyy.jpg");

    cnode = hdf_get_child(node, "foo");
    hdf_copy(node, "gifts.0", cnode);

    cnode = hdf_get_child(node, "bar");
    hdf_copy(node, "gifts.1", cnode);

    hdf_remove_tree(node, "bar");

    hdf_set_value(node, "zzzz", "4");

    hdf_destroy(&node);

    return 0;
}


this is the valgrind output: div>

[root <at> mdev demo]# valgrind --leak-check=full ./hdfremove
==16521== Memcheck, a memory error detector.
==16521== Copyright (C) 2002-2006, and GNU GPL'd, by Julian Seward et al.
==16521== Using LibVEX rev 1658, a library for dynamic binary translation.
==16521== Copyright (C) 2004-2006, and GNU GPL'd, by OpenWorks LLP.
==16521== Using valgrind-3.2.1, a dynamic binary instrumentation framework.
==16521== Copyright (C) 2000-2006, and GNU GPL'd, by Julian Seward et al.
==16521== For more details, rerun with: -v
==16521== 
==16521== Invalid read of size 8
==16521==    at 0x41D653: _set_value (neo_hdf.c:675)
==16521==    by 0x41E397: hdf_set_value (neo_hdf.c:829)
==16521==    by 0x406382: main (hdfremove.c:22)
==16521==  Address 0x6FE5558 is 48 bytes inside a block of size 112 free'd
==16521==    at 0x4A0541E: free (vg_replace_malloc.c:233)
==16521==    by 0x41CF43: _dealloc_hdf (neo_hdf.c:164)
==16521==    by 0x41D0AA: hdf_remove_tree (neo_hdf.c:1018)iv>
==16521==    by 0x40636F: main (hdfremove.c:20)
==16521== 
==16521== ERROR SUMMARY: 1 errors from 1 contexts (suppressed: 4 from 1)
==16521== malloc/free: in use at exit: 184 bytes in 2 blocks.
==16521== malloc/free: 33 allocs, 31 frees, 1,797 bytes allocated.
==16521== For counts of detected errors, rerun with: -v
==16521== searching for pointers to 2 not-freed blocks.
==16521== checked 792,216 bytes.
==16521== 
==16521== LEAK SUMMARY:
==16521==    definitely lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks.
==16521==      possibly lost: 0 bytes in 0 blocks.
==16521==    still reachable: 184 bytes in 2 blocks.
==16521==         suppressed: 0 bytes in 0 blocks.
==16521== Reachable blocks (those to which a pointer was found) are not shown.
==16521== To see them, rerun with: --show-reachable=yes
[root <at> mdev demo]# 



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    paragshravagi | 5 Feb 12:55 2013
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    Re: VC++

     

    I tried to download this patch from the mentioned link. But the site cannot be reached.
    Can someone share the patch again?

    Best Regards,
    ParagS

    --- In ClearSilver <at> yahoogroups.com, "Szolnoki Tibor" wrote:
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    > I can successfully compiled ClearSilver with MS Visual Studio 2005/2008.
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    > Tested with ClearSilver++ and FastCGI.
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    > My patch downloadable from:
    > http://www.szolnoki.net/cs/clearsilver-0.10.5-vs.patch.zip
    >
    >
    > T. Szolnoki
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    马亮 | 10 Nov 14:55 2012

    high-speed hdf-json-bson converter

     

    hi, cs

    I have an application need high-spped json, hdf, bson converter. I can't find it on internet, so, I coded them, put them on https://github.com/bigml/cmoon/blob/master/lib/mnl/mbson.h  mbson.c mjson.h mjson.c

    It's performance can't satisfy my need. A 5-node object convert need almost 10 usecond. I want it done in 1 usecond (1,000,000 conversion per second).

    So, Is there anybody intrest on this? Let's improve it together.


    the test program gist on    https://gist.github.com/4051150


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      Rod | 14 Aug 19:44 2012
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      At what point does CS acquire its data from the HDF backend database?

       

      I have an application that I'm developing, and hoping to use CS for part of it. It also uses the GNU libmicrohttpd for providing built-in HTTP server support.
      Its basic functionality is that the tool runs for extended periods, all the while acquiring data in quasi-realtime from a proprietary fieldbus in a control system. The HTTP interface is to provide runtime updates to the end user, and to alter configuration of the tool.

      In the (C-language) code, I first instantiate the HDF with hdf_init(), then instantiate a parser with cs_init(), associating the parser with the HDF. I then read the template file by calling cs_parse_file().
      Finally, I launch the HTTP daemon thread, and spin around grabbing data from the wire, populating and updating the HDF database.
      In a callback function launched by the HTTP library, I call cs_render(), which generates a page according to the template, except that the template macros are never replaced by the HDF data. I know that the HDF data is being correctly recorded, since when I call hdf_write_file(), the expected data is written to the file.

      My theory is that the binding between the HDF data and the parser is done at the time cs_parse_file() is called. If so, is there any way for the binding to be 'renewed' to reflect the latest data?
      Or, am I doing something fundamentally wrong? I do not want to re-read and parse the template file each time an HTTP request is to be serviced.

      In a simple testbed, I am able to read the HDF data file using hdf_read_file(), parse the template and render the data as expected, so I feel confident that my code is generating and using the correct CS template syntax.

      I seem to remember finding a small number of sample code fragments and/or applications online a while ago, but can't seem to locate them any more. Does anyone have links to those that still work?

      Thanks.

      --- rod.

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        Rod | 13 Jul 22:25 2012
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        ClearSilver shared object libraries?

         

        Just started using ClearSilver, and wondering why there aren't any shared object libraries being built. Is there some technical reason that I don't grok, or have I erred somewhere?

        --- rod.

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