[erlang-questions] HTTP server optimized for dynamic content ?

Sean Hinde <>
Thu Sep 13 16:01:43 CEST 2007


Well, if the yaws project didn't mind I would take the very nicely  
written version from yaws_api.erl :-)

Sean

On 13 Sep 2007, at 15:40, Roberto Saccon wrote:

> Yeah, that is pretty close to what I am looking for. What I haven't
> see there is decoding of url encoded postdata
>
> thanks
> Roberto
>
> On 9/13/07, Sean Hinde <> wrote:
>> The one by me in the Trapexit tutorial is not a lot of code but you
>> may find it complete enough. What else do you need in addition to
>> HTTP/1.1 and dynamic pages?
>>
>> Sean
>>
>> On 13 Sep 2007, at 13:10, Roberto Saccon wrote:
>>
>>> I guess the question was not clear enough. it should not be or  
>>> not be
>>> based on yaws. yaws is great as an all purpose server, but if   
>>> you are
>>> doing very specific things, you need to patch the internals of yaws
>>> (that's what I am doing and I am pretty sure others do that as well
>>> ..)  and a lightweight http server would be easier to maintain for
>>> such purpose
>>>
>>> On 9/13/07, Claes Wikstrom <> wrote:
>>>> Roberto Saccon wrote:
>>>>> Does anybody know about any Erlang HTTP server optimized just  for
>>>>> dynamic requests ? A bit more sophisticated then those very simple
>>>>> servers floating around in the erlang tutorials, but without
>>>>> handling
>>>>> of static content, sessions and log files ?
>>>>>
>>>>> The closest to this requirements I have found so far is carre
>>>>> from the
>>>>> tercio (http://code.google.com/p/tercio/) project, after
>>>>> stripping off
>>>>> some off its stuff, it might be a starting point.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Read up on appmods in Yaws
>>>>
>>>> /klacke
>>>>
>>>
>>>
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>
>
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