#! /usr/bin/perl
package RWDE::Web::FCGIadapter;

use strict;
use warnings;

use CGI;
use FCGI;

use Error qw(:try);

use RWDE::Exceptions;

use base qw(CGI RWDE::Web::CGIadapter);

our($Ext_Request);

use vars qw($VERSION);
$VERSION = sprintf "%d", q$Revision: 566 $ =~ /(\d+)/;

# workaround for known bug in libfcgi
while ((my $ignore) = each %ENV) { }

# set up the FCGI connection.  called from superclass new() method
# calls FCGI's accept() method.
sub initialize {
  my ($self, $params) = @_;

  if ($Ext_Request) {
    return unless $Ext_Request->Accept() >= 0;
  } else {
    return unless FCGI::accept() >= 0;
  }

  CGI->_reset_globals;

  $self->{req} = $CGI::Q = CGI->new($params);

  return;
}

# override the initialization behavior so that
# state is NOT maintained between invocations
sub save_request {
    # no-op
}

sub run {
	my ($self, $params) = @_;

	# it should fork here and enter the blocking while loop
	# for the child only, the parent should make note who
	# got deployed listening to which port and continue monitoring

	while (my $req = $self->new()) {
	  try{
	    RWDE::Web::CommandProxy->execute({ req => $req });
	  }

	  catch Error with{
	    my $ex = shift;

		 $self->syslog_msg('info', "dispatch caught: $ex");
		 $self->syslog_msg('info', "This is beyond unusual, exceptions are caught here to avoid server going down");
	  }

	}

 	return();
}


1;