'''Tcl-based Templating Engine'''
I've done some work to port Rivet to CGI (for use on [Win32], Apache 2.x for example, or any other webserver that can be similarly configured). It also allows you to take advantage of suEXEC for Rivet scripts.
Rivet/CGI Download: http://www.rkeene.org/devel/rivetcgi-0.5.0.1362.tar.gz --> Rivet/CGI Download: http://www.rkeene.org/devel/rivetcgi-0.5.0.1377.tar.gz
To use it:
1. Compile "rivet.cgi"
1. Copy "rivet.cgi" (from rivet-cgi/bin/ [http://www.rkeene.org/projects/info/resources/projects/rivet/bin/rivet.c]) to a directory that allows ExecCGI
1. Create ".htaccess" file based on "htaccess.txt" (from rivet-cgi/bin/ [http://www.rkeene.org/projects/info/resources/projects/rivet/bin/htaccess.txt]) to the root of your web directory, or put the appropriate contents in your Apache configuration
1. Copy "packages/*" to somewhere in the Tcl library search path
Additionally, Rivet/CGI now supports converting a Rivet application wholesale into a [Starkit], for distribution of a Rivet application as a single file (including supplementary resources, such as images, documents, etc). This single file (Starkit) can then be used as a CGI or (as of version 0.5.0.1346) a standalone HTTP server.
The script "rivet2starkit" is supplied to accomplish this.
I also wrote a simple script to convert simple TTML (from mod_dtcl, whose syntax is very similar to Rivet's) documents into CGI executables
Only in r11