Lucu: HTTP Daemonic Library

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Lucu is an HTTP daemonic library. It can be embedded in any Haskell program and runs in an independent thread. Lucu is not a replacement for Apache. It is intended to be used to create an efficient web-based application without messing around FastCGI. It is also intended to be run behind a reverse-proxy so it doesn't have some facilities like logging, client filtering or such like.

Versions 0.1, 0.2, 0.2.1, 0.3, 0.3.1, 0.3.2, 0.3.3, 0.4, 0.4.1, 0.4.2, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7,,,
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Dependencies base (==4.*), bytestring, containers, dataenc, directory, haskell-src, HsOpenSSL, hxt, mtl, network, stm, time, unix, zlib [details]
License LicenseRef-PublicDomain
Author PHO <pho at cielonegro dot org>
Maintainer PHO <pho at cielonegro dot org>
Category Network
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Source repo head: darcs get
Uploaded by MasatakeDaimon at Mon Nov 9 16:27:35 UTC 2009
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Executables lucu-implant-file
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  • Network
    • HTTP
      • Network.HTTP.Lucu
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Abortion
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Authorization
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Config
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.ETag
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.HttpVersion
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Httpd
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.MIMEType
          • Network.HTTP.Lucu.MIMEType.DefaultExtensionMap
          • Network.HTTP.Lucu.MIMEType.Guess
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Parser
          • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Parser.Http
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.RFC1123DateTime
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Request
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Resource
          • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Resource.Tree
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Response
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.StaticFile
        • Network.HTTP.Lucu.Utils



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