I am, of course, interested in porting this to Apache with PostgreSQL,
or some similar platform. I understand Neosoft has embedded a Tcl
interpreter into Apache for their NeoWebScript product
<URL:http://www.neosoft.com/neowebscript/> which is free for use in
insecure servers, but has restrictions on its commercial redistribution
AFAIK, there aren't any other embeddings of Tcl into Apache (although
earlier versions of NeoWebScript are under a more liberal license.)
I also understand that AOLserver's Tcl APIs are documented online
<URL:http://www.aolserver.com/server/documentation.html>, Apache is now
supporting multithreaded server processes, and the base Tcl
distribution is now thread-safe. So it should be possible to make
Apache look like AOLserver.
I'm curious what kinds of dependencies ACS has on Oracle. Is it just
Cassandracle, or is it more extensive than that?
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