Lets you embed shell scripts directly into HTML documents
'Haserl' is a small CGI wrapper that lets you embed shell scripts directly into HTML documents. It exposes form elements from POST or GET requests as environment variables, and anything inside tags is run as a shell script. It is intended for environments where something like PHP is too big, and compiles to less than 20 KB. It is typically used to write cgi scripts that run under a small web server (ie mini-httpd or thttpd).
released on 11 March 2015
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