Manual Reference Pages - POE::COMPONENT::SERVER::HTTPSERVER::STATICHANDLER (3)
POE::Component::Server::HTTPServer::StaticHandler - serve static files
my $server = POE::Component::Server::HTTPServer->new();
$server->handlers([ /static => new_handler( StaticHandler,
/static2 => new_handler( StaticHandler,
auto_index => 1,
StaticHandler provides a request handler which serves static
filesystem resources relative to a given root. It may also be
subclassed to handle interpreted requests based on filesystem
resources such as parsed or templated pages.
StaticHandler expects to be created with at least one argument. The
first argument should be the location of the document root. Requests
relative to the prefix associated with this handler will be resolved
to file names relative to this directory. If found, the contents of
the file will be returned as the response.
StaticHandler may also be given the following arguments when created:
If set to true, a (crude) directory index response will be generated
for requests which map to directories. The default is false.
If defined, requests which map to directories will instead be resolved
to this file (in the relevant directory), if such an index file
exists. This setting takes precedence over auto_index. The
default is index.html.
When handling requests, StaticHandler invokes two methods which may be
overridden to modify the default behavior. One of the following is
invoked when StaticHandler resolves a request to a given file or
Called when the request maps to a plain file. $filepath is the
full path to the file, and $context is the HTTPServer context.
Called when the request maps to a directory. $filepath is the full
path to the file, and $context is the HTTPServer context.
Greg Fast <email@example.com>
Copyright 2003 Greg Fast.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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