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So I'm looking to write a driver that includes it's own skeleton web server (in Perl of course), something just enough to handle receiving headers and parameters, and returning content.

This shouldn't be hard at all, and a lot of the work is already done for you. I wouldn't have it do CGI, but rather model it like mod_perl RequestHandlers (call a method in a Perl package with an object that contains information about the request).

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In reply to Re: Re: Browsers as stand-alone UI by hardburn
in thread Browsers as stand-alone UI by dragonchild

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