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Sunday July 03, 2005
11:17 AM

Kontent Day 1: Stubbed

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(This was written yesterday, but I wasn't able to post it until today.)

I've decided to use this old blog as a log of my activities on Kontent, my Summer of Code project. The goal of the project is to build a dynamic, versioning, highly-customizable CMS in Perl 6.

My family had a vacation planned for the Fourth of July--we're visiting family in Michigan. However, I'm not letting that stop me from working on my project, so I brought a laptop loaded with Ubuntu, Eclipse, Apache, MySQL and Pugs so I can work.

I got in about four hours of work today. (A lot of my time was lost fiddling with Linux's suspend-to-disk behavior; my laptop has a slightly exotic wide screen that requires special treatment whenever the system boots.) In that time, I managed to stub out the basics of Kontent. My "test.p6" looks like this:

#!/usr/bin/pugs

module WWW::Kontent;

use WWW::Kontent::Foundation;
use WWW::Kontent::Store::Dummy;
use WWW::Kontent::Renderer::Raw;

my $request=WWW::Kontent::Request.new;
my $page=WWW::Kontent::Store::Dummy::Page.new;
my $skel=WWW::Kontent::Renderer::Raw.new;

$page.driver($request);
$page.adapter($skel, $request);

warn $skel.perl;

my $output=$skel.render($request);

say "Content-Type: $request.type()";
say;
say $output;

If you're familiar with Kontent's five-part design, you may be asking, "where's the class?" Well, the two calls for it are there (driver and adapter). In the final version, the so-called "class" will actually be a role composed into the Page object, but Pugs doesn't support roles yet, so that isn't really possible.

At this point, everything is stubbed well enough that this produces a hello world. Huzzah.

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