I have packaged a release and added it to the file releases. The documentation is available at http://cgi.sf.net/docs - still incomplete but should give some useful guidance about how to use write scalable CGI or FastCGI web applications with optional session support.
The interface is quite stable at this point and the 0.7.1 point release should work on both Windows and Linux using Boost 1.42 or above. Any problems, please report them on the cgi-devel mailing list.... read more
I've uploaded a brief update of the docs, just so that they're not miles behind the code.
I've also been working on a Boost.Spirit-based form_parser class for incrementally parsing POST data, session support (using Boost.Interprocess) and on allowing the library to be compiled separately.
As usual, see the Boost SVN Sandbox for current source (or the README in the sf.net SVN repo).
A caution to the brave: the documentation up on this site now (at http://cgi.sf.net/html/\) is very out of date. After a long break for catching up with university work, I've done some work on getting FastCGI support integrated since last week. There is still one issue with regard to dealing with multiplexed requests through each connection (and other bits not done yet), but strangely a fair amount seems to just work - but only on linux for now!... read more
Well I managed to move all development back to svn.boost.org. The experiment with mixing multiple repositories wasn't particularly nice, since cross-repo merging just isn't supported by SVN (or, for that matter svnmerge.py). But, I have an intact history now so development can continue. Current work is being done 'blind' though (ie. without a compiler) so expect branch work to be particularly unstable. I am trying to keep the trunk stable but again, for the few days at least, that may have obvious issues.