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Added skeletons for chapter 1 sections.

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1 parent 6d8f650 commit af233816f5f20bfc7fe7bdd53f86c19aeb792d12 @chromatic committed Jun 15, 2011
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  2. +3 −0 sections/choosing_server.pod
  3. +4 −0 sections/dot_psgi_file.pod
  4. +3 −0 sections/plackup_deployment.pod
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21 sections/chapter_01.pod
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+=head0 Deploying a Plack Application
+
+In the olden days of CGI programming, deploying a web application meant
+understanding the details of file layout, configuration files, directory
+permissions, and even how the web server communicated with your application or
+app server. PSGI and Plack reduce that deployment burden to a few decisions:
+what server to use and how to customize the application's environment.
+
+X<C<plackup>>
+X<F<.psgi> file>>
+
+Plack's backend server adaptors do much of the work, but Plack's frontend
+system--in the form of the C<plackup> program and the F<.psgi> file
+convention--simplifies the common and tedious details and allows configuration
+where you really want it.
+
+L<plackup_deployment>
+
+L<dot_psgi_file>
+
+L<choosing_server>
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3 sections/choosing_server.pod
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+=head1 Choosing a Plack Server
+
+Z<choosing_server>
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4 sections/dot_psgi_file.pod
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+=head1 Your F<.psgi> File
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+Z<dot_psgi_file>
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3 sections/plackup_deployment.pod
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+=head1 Deploying with C<plackup>
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+Z<plackup_deployment>

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