[Haskell-cafe] good lightweight web-framework like sinatra?
conrad at metadecks.org
Fri Mar 23 00:37:00 CET 2012
On 23 March 2012 04:55, Mark Wotton <mwotton at gmail.com> wrote:
> Try Miku.
> some oddnesses around redefining (-) (I guess Jinjing Wang doesn't like the
> way $ looks?) but you don't need to import the Air.Light stuff.
> Otherwise more or less a straight port of sinatra, and you can run it on
Is it possible to use Miku without hack2-handler-snap-server?
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 1:45 PM, serialhex <serialhex at gmail.com> wrote:
>> i'm looking for something lightweight, that dosnt need it's own
>> server, can easily run on cgi on an apache with minimal work, and
>> dosn't have many dependancies. i was looking at yesod, but it is
>> bigger than i need for my site (at this point) and would take too much
>> work to get running on my webhost. though i am looking forward to
>> learning it and using it in the future, i just need something that
>> will play nicely with apache & cgi...
>> p.s. if anyone is interested to know i'm using nearlyfreespeach.net as
>> my host... haskell is one of the many languages they support via cgi,
>> but, at the moment, it is kind of difficult to get yesod or rails or
>> the like to work on it... :-/
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