New CGI Library 0.7 released

From: Martin Schulze <>
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009 12:33:56 +0100


I'm glad to announce the new version 0.7 of the CGI Library, a
lightweight implementation for CGI programs written in C. The library is
used for efficient and fast CGI applications. The new version adds
improvements collected over the last year.

POST/GET variables in an application are now separated from cookie
variables and can be set and read without the need of the other. The new
version automatically builds a shared library that applications can be
linked against. This is due to the switch to GNU autotools, thanks to
Michael Petullo. The conversion to use GNU autotools were made so the
library can be easier compiled on *BSD systems.



No question is too silly to ask, but, of course, some are too silly
to answer.   -- Perl book
Received on Mon Feb 09 2009 - 12:33:56 CET

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