Beepbeep is now fully ewgi-compliant

Dmitrii Dimandt dmitriid@REDACTED
Sun Jul 19 13:59:53 CEST 2009

I would like to announce that I've pushed the latest changes to  
Beepbeep which make it the first (?) publicly available web-framework  
to support ewgi.

See this version's changes:
and docs:

What's ewgi you ask?

ewgi is Erlang's answer to Python's wsgi, 
, and Ruby's Rack,

It is a minimal interface between the webserver and you app. It lets  
you applicaton to be completely server-agnostic. More importantly, it  
allows chainable middleware. See Django's middleware, 
  and ewgi example middleware,

ewgi's authors would like to see ewgi spec, 
, to become EEP in the future. However, there are not too many people  
talking about ewgi for some odd reason. Even though it's already being  
used in production:

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