gatling is a high-performance HTTP and FTP server. It is small, fast, and scalable, and uses platform-specific performance and scalability APIs. It supports connection keep-alive, el-cheapo virtual domains (similar to thttpd), IPv6, and Content-Range (not the full specs, just a-b or a-byte ranges).
Release Notes: A pipelining bug was fixed. HTTP headers are now sent to CGIs as HTTP_FOO=bar environment variables. Cleanups were made for GCC 4. Temporary fallback redirects were added. CGI slaves are now only forked if the -C option is given on the command line. IRIX compatibility was established.
Release Notes: Initial simple support for HTTPS (using OpenSSL) and .htaccess.
Release Notes: CGI proxy and local CGI mode (both experimental) were added. A few fd leaks were fixed. A SIGHUP will make gatling detach from the server sockets, but continue to serve open requests (and then exit). Some minor stuff was added.
No changes have been submitted for this release.