inets vs. yaws
Mon Sep 2 16:44:34 CEST 2002
inets works fine and is very stable - we use it for lots of stuff. The
config files are well documented and Apache like.
yaws is lightweight, super fast and cutting edge. APIs are not particularly
fixed and it is quite possible there are still bugs. The Docs are falling
behind (sorry guys!). But it is darned fast.
Take your pick.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jilani Khaldi [mailto:]
> Sent: 31 August 2002 10:38
> Subject: inets vs. yaws
> Hi all,
> for medium web applications with some dynamic pages what are
> the pros and cons of inets and yaws.
> One important point is the ease of use.
> Jilani Khaldi
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