[IRCServices Coding] feature suggestion: httpd dump

Andrew Church achurch at achurch.org
Tue Jan 6 08:35:18 PST 2004

     Just do ircservices -export and parse the XML file.

  --Andrew Church
    achurch at achurch.org

>This is probably going to be one of those features that has tons of objections and will take quite a while to make, still,
>The httpd isn't really apache standard, so why not use apache, plus, some sort of caching would be quite useful for scripts and things like this,
>I would like to suggest a sub module for httpd that will dump all the htmls from httpd to some folder as files once a command is issued.
>A command is preferably a signal from shell to be used in crontab or a timer setting.
>The directory structure should remain as on the httpd or flat (all to one folder).
>An option to possibly exporting the xml dbase would also be nice but can already be accomplished by -export
>This would mainly allow scripts like php and cgi to read information about the user (as a weak alternative for mysql) instead of asking the services' httpd to fetch the data up which consumes more time and resources.
>Development priority of this module should be obviously lower then a mysql backend :)
>-- PHANTOm. irc.nix.org.il
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