andrea at cpushare.com
Tue Mar 15 11:02:33 MST 2005
On Tue, Mar 15, 2005 at 12:37:31PM -0500, James Y Knight wrote:
> But as for improvements it's supposed to bring:
> - streaming upload data
> - multiple headers of the same name
> - better factoring of lowlevel HTTP vs highlevel request handling, to
> allow other transports (e.g. CGI) to be more easily plugged in
> - IResource interface improvements from Nevow
> - more versatile outgoing data streaming API.
> - header parsing correctness
> - full HTTP1.1 support
> - output filters (e.g. HTTP range support done in a generic fashion)
> - I dunno, probably some more stuff I forgot at the moment.
Sounds very good.
> I've used it to serve up a small website for myself without problems,
> and it can also run most Nevow apps, using the "web2-2" branch of
> Nevow, so it's good enough for hacking to commence. ;)
I guess web2 will have to become good enough so that at some point Nevow
trunk can be moved on top of it.
I wish I had some time to help finishing web2...
Keep up the great work!
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