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Re: Tiny GPL/BSD web server?

 On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 09:26:48AM -0400, [hidden email] wrote: 
> I'm putting together a project and am looking for an open source / free 
> tiny http web server that can be expanded easily. 
> Should I write this from scratch or is there something already out there? 
> If it isn't out there, is anyone interested in starting a GPL/LGPL 
> project? 

How tiny and why? is one of the smallest. You 
could probably go smaller by building a responder for tcpserver. is reasonably small. 


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