Hi David,

I read your post to the Sydney mailing list the other day, but didn't reply since I haven't really played with any of that stuff.

However, I just started playing with Raggle (an RSS displayer), which now has a --server command-line option to turn it into a browser-accessible server.  It uses WEBrick, so I was planning to use its code as a starting point for looking at WEBrick sometime soon.

Note that I had to hack it slightly to make it work on Windows here at work (because the --server stuff isn't yet split out from the ncurses stuff; hence I had to comment out a number of ncruses-specific pieces of code, so the parser didn't barf).  However, it ran fine straight out of CVS on my Linux system at home.

Just thought you might find it interesting in case you haven't seen Raggle yet.

Cheers,

Harry O.