Provided by: libweb-mrest-perl_0.288-1_all
mrest - Web::MREST server startup script
Possible invocations (any options after "--" are parsed by Plack::Runner: basically, they can be anything accepted by "plackup": $ mrest --distro My-Distro --module My::Module $ mrest -d My::Distro -m My::Module $ mrest --distro My-Distro --module My::Module --sitedir /etc/my-module $ mrest -d My::Distro -m My::Module -s /etc/my-module $ mrest -- --server Starman $ mrest --help
Run this script from the bash prompt to start the server.
PASSING OPTIONS TO PLACK
This script starts the server by instantiates a Plack::Runner object and calling its "run" method. Before doing that, it calls the "parse_options" method with @ARGV as its argument. However, the script does so after parsing its own options. Options intended to be parsed by Plack::Runner should be placed at the end of the command line, preceded by "--".
You can include an "--early-debug" option on the command line, with the name of a file in which Web::MREST will capture "early" log messages -- i.e. all log messages generated before the "official" MREST log file (i.e. the one defined in the site parameters) is known.