Dirk Lutzebaeck wrote:
> If you are into Perl you might try mod_perl/Apache. There are
> (likewise mod_php/Apache). I would say mod_perl/Apache is the swiss
> army knife of application servers.
I love choices!
If you're into Tcl, try AOLserver. It is a fully integrated web
development environment, with a kicking multithreaded server, tcl 8.2
(in 3.0b3), tightly integrated database connectivity, dynamic content
(embedded Tcl in HTML -- AOLserver Dynamic Pages (ADP)), and, best of
all, a great postgresql driver. Tcl, IMHO, is one of the best languages
for web scripting -- perl is a good glue language, but, for some things,
the AOLserver dialect of Tcl is far more useful. Plus, there is a
prefab community system available for AOLserver from ArsDigita, called
the ArsDigita Community System -- while written for Oracle *i, a porting
effort is underway to get it up on Postgresql.
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