[Haskell-cafe] [ANN] salvia-0.1, salvia-extras-0.1
sfvisser at cs.uu.nl
Wed Apr 1 07:23:17 EDT 2009
There is now. Not much new in Orchid itself, but builds against the
updated Salvia. Because of the use of keep-alive the performance of
orchid should be a lot better now (at some places).
On Mar 28, 2009, at 10:26 PM, Paul L wrote:
> Thanks for the massive update! Is there a new version of Orchid
> coming along?
> On 3/22/09, Sebastiaan Visser <sfvisser at cs.uu.nl> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am pleased to announce a new version of Salvia, the lightweight
>> Haskell Web Server Framework with modular support for serving static
>> files, directories indices, default error responses, connection
>> counting and logging, HEAD and PUT requests, keep-alives, custom
>> banner printing, default handler environments for parsing request and
>> printing responses, dispatching based on request methods, URI, paths
>> and filename extension, URI rewriting and redirection, virtual
>> hosting, cookie, session and user management and more...
>> Changes since previous version:
>> - Some more advanced, non-fundamental handlers have been moved to
>> their own package salvia-extras. This helps pruning the
>> dependencies a
>> - The package now has some default handler environments that simplify
>> setting up a server application.
>> - The server now has support for keep-alive, significantly increasing
>> the performance.
>> - The library functions are now almost fully documented instead of
>> documentation-at-all in the previous versions.
>> - Salvia now also works on windows (I heard).
>> - Lots of code cleanups throughout the code.
>> - Lots of minor bug fixes.
>> To install: use cabal.
>> Thanks to the people that helped me with suggestions and bug-reports!
> Paul Liu
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