There are two patches for the 3.2 release related to CGI.
One is an obvious flaw steming from a change in the way TclHttpd
handles POST data, and is fixed by passing "-readpost 0" to
Url_PrefixInstall when setting up CGI domains. (Hmm - this won't
work for ".cgi" files in regular file domains - sigh).
The second patch is to fix problems where the "cgihits" counter
is being initialized in a strange way. I don't like this because
I don't understand the bug, but it may help you if you are broken.
The TclHttpd 3.2 release is now available. This
marks the move to SourceForge as well as a very
stable point in its development. TclHttpd is a
web server/application server. One goal of the 3.2 release is to let you embed TclHttpd into your
application without modification. (Previous releases
required a small bit of hacking.) There has also
been a bunch of cleanup and bug fixing.