- TclHttpd, of course
- iocpsock, for web server version only
- Adobe SVG Viewer, a web browser plug-in that enables viewing of SVGs
TV I've got a tclhttpd with some additions and changes running now for half a year, with probably easily more then 95% or 24/7 uptime on a standard consumer connection, which works fine, as it has before, except not all is clear or asit probably is most desirable. Uninterupted uptime seems bounded by windows (XP) to a few weeks or so, depending on what I do, of course (want to run linux for instance..), but not because of leak or stack problems it seems, everything is fine, with say 10000 hits/week or so.[ DG -- I'm doing some tests using iocpsock and have seen one of our XP servers do 72K hits per day. In theory, 8.6M hits per day are possible if it ran flat-out. ]!!You'll need to be very aware that certain functions, like the cgi examples, expecially combined with the upload feature can be quite a potential security hazard for hackers who know the server.Basically, remove all parts of the standard distribution with the errors and cgi's and dangerous scripts, and if you think it important, the reset button on the traffic page.I'll make a page with a straightforward enough server application script based on the tclhttpd 3.4.1 standard distribution, I'll need to go through my files a bit to get that together for those who want a running server easily.Anyone know why the file filter box on the document hits page doesn't seem to work right?
SC I ran a Web Programming course  (Broken Link) for high school teachers recently using a carefully customised tclhttpd wrapped as a StarPack to run on windows. This allowed the teachers to install the software trivially (copy from the CDROM/website) and then begin writing web pages with SSI and cgi scripts with ease. The link above includes the notes for the day and the practical exercises which culminated in a simple web based chat script in 65 lines of tcl
SDW I've been using the Tclhttpd for several Intranet projects for work and leasure since 1998. My new ODIE package has a set of extensions for TCLHTTPD that include database wrappers and tools to automate the process of generating web-based UI's: http://www.etoyoc.com/odie
PHM I'm attempting to run Kiwi as a CGI script on TclHttpd as a experiment. Since my knowledge of Tcl is scant, and I've only just got TclHttpd running, I'd be grateful for any hints about how to do this properly -- 2002-03-06