FastCGI application to run cgi applications https://redmine.lighttpd.net/projects/fcgi-cgi
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README.rst

Description
-----------

:Homepage:
http://redmine.lighttpd.net/projects/fcgi-cgi/wiki

fcgi-cgi is a FastCGI application to run normal cgi applications. It doesn't
make CGI applications faster, but it allows you to run them on a different
host and with different user permissions (without the need for suexec).

lighttpd2 won't have a mod_cgi, so you need this FastCGI wrapper to be able
to execute standard cgi applications like mailman and cgit.

fcgi-cgi is released under the `MIT license <http://git.lighttpd.net/fcgi-cgi.git/tree/COPYING>`_

Usage
-----

Examples for spawning a fcgi-cgi instance with daemontools or runit::

#!/bin/sh
# run script

exec spawn-fcgi -n -s /var/run/fastcgi-cgi.sock -u www-default -U www-data -- /usr/bin/fcgi-cgi


Build dependencies
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* glib >= 2.16.0 (http://www.gtk.org/)
* libev (http://software.schmorp.de/pkg/libev.html)
* cmake or autotools (for snapshots/releases the autotool generated files are included)


Build
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* snapshot/release with autotools::

./configure
make

* build from git: ``git clone git://git.lighttpd.net/fcgi-cgi.git``

* with autotools::

./autogen.sh
./configure
make

* with cmake (should work with snapshots/releases too)::

cmake .
make