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Tomkitty is a web server written in Java. It was conceived initially as a container for web applications called Turdlets, themselves conceived as a simple alternative to Servlets.

The code, though badly documented, has been put together with simplicity and understandability in mind and uses interfaces extensively. The general idea is a clean, stable, and scalable web server in Java without the complexity and steep learning curve that comes with running the whole Tomcat deal.

Basic features:

solid threading coded to interfaces extensible easy to digest scarce and often obscene code comments

To build or run, these would be handy:

apache ant java 1.5+ some kind of unixy-ish machine (it almost works on windows, though)

The latest version should be considered alpha software and does not work on Windows. It would be cross-platform, but it calls the system's file(1) to determine MIME type. A future improvement might be a magic file parser.

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applicationserver httpd java webserver

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