[lively-kernel] Lively deployment with Node.js

Davide Della Casa davidedc at gmail.com
Fri Mar 2 17:39:19 CET 2012

Hi Fabian,

how would you compare this to the node.js attempts of  https://github.com/rksm/LivelyKernel ?

Is this because you are following another strategy for using node?

(I tried neither so far)


On 2 Mar 2012, at 01:21, Fabian Bornhofen wrote:

> Hi there -
> Apache configuration turned out to be painful for non-IT-admin users
> that just want to try Lively (including myself).
> There is a possibility that it's easier to write a lean Node.js server
> that could provide the full Lively experience.
> After some experiments a few months ago, I now took some time to to
> research and put together an early prototype:
> https://github.com/fbornhofen/life_star
> At this point, I'd like to invite Node.js-savvy users to give it a try.
> What does work:
> - delivering Lively xthml pages
> - deleting files
> - simple proxy for WebResource
> What does not work yet:
> - post/put for files (haven't looked into the problem)
> - versioning (how do we want to do this)
> I'll keep you posted.
> Best,
> Fabian
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