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cerise app server

cerise is a Web and application server that follows the same general pattern as J2EE application servers. It provides a very flexible, elegant, lightweight, and developer friendly environment for building Web applications.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Jul 2006 19:20

    Release Notes: Allows configuration of the logger in server.cfg. It adds Ruby-style # {...} interpolation to template attributes. The client IP and port are available in HTTP requests.

    •  04 Dec 2005 20:27

      Release Notes: In addition to bug fixes, this release contains a number of major changes and requires Ruby 1.8.3 (although at least one person has gotten it running on 1.8.2).

      •  31 Oct 2004 02:30

        Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, including allowing template data models to be types other than Hash, allowing apps to be mapped to the server root ("/"), and not sending a HTTP response when a socket is closed due to timeout.

        •  09 Sep 2004 06:43

          Release Notes: Major enhancements were made to the templates and a number of bugfixes were included. Empty tags are now output in HTML 4-compatible style and data models can now contain both Hashes and Objects. It is now possible for templates to access sub-elements of the data model via the parent.child syntax.


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