Re: [dev] Announcing rc-http 1.0

From: Sébastien Lacombe <>
Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 13:56:41 -0400


Just to say that I want to be on the list.

Thanks for rc-httpd (I wait a little bit before complete the installation, maybe
until werc will come with it).


On 2010-05-25, ŕ 17:53:29 +0100, Ethan Grammatikidis wrote :
> rc-httpd is a web server designed to run anywhere werc will,
> requiring only rc, awk, sed, and ls from the Plan 9 toolset. At 388
> lines of code it's not tiny, but it is rather feature-complete. It
> will serve CGI scripts (including werc), its own modules (rather
> more efficient than CGI), static files, and automatically index
> directories across multiple separately-configured virtual hosts.
> Configuration requires writing rc script, but I think many people
> will still find it easier than configuring Apache or many other
> servers.
> Find it at
> I hope this message isn't too much like spam. I wanted to get the
> news of rc-httpd's existence 'out there', but won't be announcing
> future releases on these lists unless encouraged otherwise. Mail me
> off-list if you would like news of future updates.
> --
> Simplicity does not precede complexity, but follows it. -- Alan Perlis
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