NaviServer, a high performance web server written in C and Tcl
NaviServer is an extensible web server suited to create scalable web sites and services. Originally based on AOLServer (http://www.aolserver.com), the ongoing development is now done independently under Mozilla Public License by a core group of people that use it for their businesses and by everyone who is willing to provide support of any kind. Features: High performance multi-threaded architecture, massively scalable and extensible, many modules, interpreted config file, dynamic scripted pages (ADP), caching functions (static files, Tcl byte code, chunks), pooled database connections, thread shared arrays, introspection commands, mass virtual hosting (no server restart), watchdog restarts, control port and command mode, efficient handling of down-/uploads with async I/O, IPv4/IPv6 Core developers: Vlad Seryakov, Stephen Deasey, Zoran Vasiljevic, Gustaf Neumann Source: http://bitbucket.org/naviserver/naviserver/ Info: http://wiki.tcl.tk/naviserver
High-performance multithreaded web server
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A free, non-commercial, and portable network for playing the card game of bridge.
SIMPL Framework for Access Control
The purpose of the project is to develop a programming language whose semantics is based on a minimal, imperative mathematical machine.