On Fri, May 28, 2004 at 03:59:55AM +0900, Aredridel wrote:
> I'd like to create a solution that works for a lot of applications, and
> under a lot of web servers, though that would mean writing API modules
> for each server, or translators for some other framework.

I think this is the idea behind narf (http://www.narf-lib.org).  One of
its main strong points is that applications developed with narf can
easily be unit-tested.

> Some needed features:
> 
>   * URL portability -- if a script lives in a server's namespace at
>   /application/feed, and you need to move it to /apllication2/feed, it
>   shouldn't have to refer to everything using absolute paths nor
>   relative ones when at all possible. It should, at the least, be able
>   to ask the API for a URL like:

What options are there besides absolute paths and relative paths?

Paul