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Re: Jigsaw in general - why not?

From: Stan Pinte <spinte@cast-info.es>
Date: Sat, 01 Jan 2000 10:45:58 +0100
To: "Peter Schuller" <scode@scode.webprovider.com>, www-jigsaw@w3.org
Message-ID: <FNNI0V00.FAW@nexus.a1web.es>


well, in my opinion, you should use jigsaw if you have certain
requirements. For example if you want to be able to - rapidly - change
something in the way your web server handle things. because it is written
in java, it is both fast and easy to customize. If you compare its perf
with another web server, running natively, and not interpreted, it should
be lower. Jigsaw has costs and benefits.

what do you thing.

personally, I want a proxy server that I am able to customize totally. Here
it is, and I wouldn't figure out another product...


At 00:36 1/01/00 +0100, Peter Schuller wrote:
>I've been wondering; why do all reviewers of Jigsaw seem to say "Hey, it's
>great, but nothing I'd use!"? Everyone seems to agree that Jigsaw is very
>advanced and "on the edge" in terms of features, but reviewers tend to say
>it's nothing for big-time use.
>Why? Is there something I'm not aware of? Isn't Jigsaw secure? Isn't it
>stable? What?
>Ive been using it at home and in a production enviroment at a company and,
>except for some minor problems with Jigadmin, it's worked great. Servlets,
>JSP, perl, PHP, the works. No problem.
>So what am I missing? Is it just ignorance on the part of the reviewers, or
>am I the one who's ignorant?
>/ Peter Schuller
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