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Re: A new, minimal wiki app for Lua and bozohttpd

Hello Christian,

Christian Koch <> wrote:
> Hello all,
> When I discovered that there was interest in a web interface for NPF [1],
> I decided to take a stab at building it. If the goal is to get it to work
> inside a base NetBSD installation, then (to me) that means the app must
> be written in Lua against bozohttpd.
> To make Lua + Bozo development slightly more fun, I thought I might use
> something like Kepler [2], but then I decided that solution is a bit
> over-engineered. (bozo is *so* simple.) Instead, I wrote a hilariously
> minimal Lua/Bozo compatibility layer called Cadet, and around it, an
> accompanying wiki-like test application called Molokai.

Great, seems like a good start!

> I just wanted to share with everyone that Molokai and Cadet exist. They're
> totally functional (whatever that means) and that I'm thinking about the
> NPF web interface, too. For more info:
> Again, these modules are incredibly minimal. They really should be a bit
> beefier.

If you decide to make the NPF web interface and will need a help with the
backend parts - feel free to drop an email.


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