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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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"Il est beau comme la retractilité des serres des oiseaux rapaces [...] et surtout, comme la rencontre fortuite sur une table de dissection d'une machine à coudre et d'un parapluie !" -- Lautréamont
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  • I needed to webify some information not worthy of an Apache install, and so did a brief search through CPAN for an HTTP server module. To my surprise, I couldn't find one, so I pored through RFC 2616 and began writing my own. (The first thing I implemented was TRACE, which does exactly what you did.)

    Of course, while trying to clarify some vague points of 505 handling, Buggs was kind enough to point out HTTP::Daemon, which is part of libwww. (I had just browsed through HTTP::.) Oops. Well, saved me a

  • I use Interarchy on my Mac, which has the ability to show exactly what the contents of my requests are. So when I am debugging, I just view the headers in Interarchy. It used to be a separate package called OTSessionWatcher. Of course, you are unfortunate enough to not use Macs anymore. :)