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Websuite is a suite of simple CGI programs written in C, designed for speed, high availability, and support of name-based virtual hosts. The programs are designed such that in the event of failure they cannot affect the web service, and are designed to use a powerful debugging API which can give systems operators detailed notification of any problems. They include features such as a server-side clock, random billboard, email gateway, and error handling scripts and daemon. They are designed primarily for the Apache-1.3 web servers and have not been tested on any other.

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Recent releases

  •  15 Feb 2000 21:35

    Release Notes: New features, an XML parser, first search engine, code restructuring, and a cleanup for first 1.0.x release.

    •  07 Nov 1999 22:16

      Release Notes: Fix of cat to /bin/cat, and removal of short method in clock.cgi.

      •  15 Sep 1999 22:35

        Release Notes: Added virtual greetings cards, tictactoe, brand new email gateway, some bugfixes, removed requirement for gperf, fixed countdown, updated documentation, added README, INSTALL and others, added base64 encoding and decoding to library API, obsoleted legacy code and added support for JavaScript.

        •  09 Sep 1999 21:17

          Release Notes: First pubic release.


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