This project is not in active development. At this point (Feb 2008), it shouldn't be too difficult to get it working with recent DMD releases.
Wombat is a library for using CGI ( tested with Apache 1 & 2 ) for web applications.
Wombat works in pairs, there is a D file that contains all your business logic, and an HTML file that has embedded code for presentation logic. Here is an example
Every Wombat application must call dgi_begin() ( all headers must be sent before this is called ) , and dgi_end (). And if you have a corresponding HTML file, you must import the file and [tem]plate the file, for example:
const char  html = import("get.html"); const char  code = plateFile(html);
This is all that is required to for your Wombat apps!
Here is a list of global variables available to you at runtime for your web app.
char  [ char  ] cookies; // if ( "myCookie" in cookies ) print(cookies["myCookie"]); char  [ char  ] get; // get["myVar"]; char  [ char  ] post; // post[myVar"]; char  [ char  ] session; // session["mySessionVar"]; char  [ char  ] [ char  ] files; // print(files["myFile"]["size"]); // print(files["myFile"]["client_file_name"]); // print(files["myFile"]["server_file_name"]);
And here is a quick function reference
void header( char  text ); // send out standard headers void redirect( char  url ) ; // redirect user to said url bool fileWrite( char  path, char  content, bool append = false ); // write to a file char  fileRead( char  path ); // slurps in a file void fileMove( char  source, char  destination ); // move a file char  urlEncode ( char  url ); // encode a url char  urlDecode ( char  url ); // dencode a url
Coming up Next
- ORM mapper, that generates SQL for committing - retrieving and creating D beans based on in file comments
- Plates for Mango's servlets