I know these are going to seem stupid questions, but please humor me and
1. I'm wanting to run Pound in front of Plone (Zope CMF), ALL on one
Windows server. One thing I was hoping to do was use Pound to do the
HTTPS connections and translate to backend Plone server/s. Although the
HTTPS seems simple in setup on readme, the part I don't understand is if
I need to rebuild my Zope with OpenSSL to have HTTPS?
It seems like the Pound will take care of all HTTPS translations
between browser and itself, then I just use the Z2.py scripts, included
with Pound, to startup Zope/Plone server. I don't know if I actually
have to recompile my Zope install to include openssl.
2. Compile on Windows? I kow this all works great on UNIX, but was
wondering if someone could maybe provide me with pre-compiled binaries
for Windows? Doing compile on Unix with gnucc, always seems to work
great when I have to. (Mostly because people like you write good make
files.) However I have not done any C compile on Windows and not feeling
great about getting pound correct. I was hoping maybe someone would send
me some pre-compiled versions. I'm running windows 2003 server, if
Lastly, before everyone tells me switch back to Unix, let me say it is
not going to happen. My new job the shop is all Novell or Windows. I got
them to go with Zope/Plone on windows. We need HTTPS and I wanted
multiple ZEO servers running. My thought was meet two goals in one with
Pound in front of everything.