Jacob Sparre Andersen wrote:
> [ HTTP server ]
> > I had a play with this.
> > Just a few hundred lines of code (including embedded HTML) and
> > Ada code happily talks HTTP with Netscape. I just have to write
> > a bit more to decode the POST data from the forms and I will put
> > this on the web.
> > This is non-industrial strength proof of concept code only.
> > My curiousity is satisified, and without $$$ I don't intend to
> > develop this too much further.
> What is status on the project?
As, I said, I didn't intend to do any more, and I didn't.
What you want is this (I guess this sparkec you inquiry?):
Subject: ANNOUNCE: new AWS version
Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2000 18:47:18 +0200
From: "Pascal Obry" <[log in to unmask]>
Newsgroups: comp.lang.ada, fr.comp.lang.ada
There is a new version of my HTTP component (client side
and server side) named AWS (Ada Web Server) on my
This version (v0.4) is a bug fix release only. There is no new
features. I'd like to thanks again Dmitriy Anisimkov for his
numerous comments and idea for improvement.
Direct access from:
It is still not perfect but it is getting better, and it should be
now to implement Web site with this component (you wont need
a Web server).
> Would you care to share the code even if the POST handling
> isn't implemented yet?
Pascal's code is *much* more complete than mine.
But if you still want to look at my code, I can send it to you.
> I presume that you are aware of Wheeler's CGI package (but
> remind you just in case... ;-).
Surre, but that is something different.