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OCaml library for writing HTTP servers

OCaml HTTP is a library for the Objective Caml programming language, used to build simple HTTP servers, largely inspired to Perl's HTTP::Daemon module.

In order to implement an HTTP servers the programmer has to provide a daemon specification which contains, among other parameters, a callback function invoked by OCaml HTTP on well formed HTTP requests received. HTTP responses could be sent over an out_channel connected with client socket, accessible from the callback.

The library contains also facility functions that helps in creating well formed HTTP responses and a tiny HTTP client.

Package version:0.1.3-2


OCaml HTTP is a simple OCaml library for creating HTTP daemons, it is largely
inspired to the Perl's HTTP:: modules family.


ocaml-http (0.1.3-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * debian/
    - file removed, no longer needed
  * debian/control
    - bumped dependencies on pcre-ocaml and ocamlnet
  * debian/rules
    - binNMU safe substitution of variables in .in files
  * debian/dirs
    - file removed, will be generated at build time

 -- Stefano Zacchiroli <>  Fri, 15 Sep 2006 00:29:56 +0200



Author: Stefano Zacchiroli <>


  OCaml HTTP - do it yourself (fully OCaml) HTTP daemon

  Copyright (C) <2002-2005> Stefano Zacchiroli <>

  OCaml HTTP is distributed under the term of the GNU Library General
  Public License version 2, on Debian systems you can find a copy of the
  license in:


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