Finally SF.net added git support, so I moved the code across to that. All my projects are managed by git internally, so this will hopefully mean the SF repo stays more up to date
Still here (really!)
Despite appearances this stuff is still being developed and is used daily (by me anyway).
I've recently moved to git for version control, which makes it much easier to manage distributed development, which is important for me (I live in South Africa, in a rural area, and internet access is an occasional thing). Git allows me to keep my repository local for everyday work, and push updates to a public server on the internet when access is available.... read more
Programs embedding the http server can now register callback handlers for portions of tree served by the daemon, with any query string variables accessible in an array passed to the handler. The handler then returns a list with the content-type and the html data to return to the client.