Project info for HTDB

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HTDB (HyperText/DataBase) is a big ole ball of wax.

HTDB started in the infancy of the web as a tool to manage large websites. It quickly morphed into a scripting language CGI/fastCGI page server.

HTDB's scripting language is extensible via DSO support, databases supported currently are msql and mysql, although HTDB is functional without a database.

In addition, libhtdb.a allows one to use HTDB's intrinsic resource management, database connectivity and programming framework to develop stand-alone applications .

HTDB is currently in use in several commercial and freebie web installations, and will be made into an open sourced distribution as soon as i get the time!

HTDB is actively being developed and we are looking for people to assist.

This project has the following developers:

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If you're a C programmer with some spare time, take a look at the mod_virgule project page and help us with one of the tasks on the ToDo list!

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