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From "Dimitry Golubovsky" <golubov...@gmail.com>
Subject One more practical use of CouchDB
Date Thu, 13 Mar 2008 15:28:17 GMT
Hi,

The so-called "Yhc Web Service" (Yhc stands for York Haskell Compiler)
was brought up live recently.

The Service is built around CouchDB which is used to store the
incoming sources, compilation logs, and finally generated Web pages.
Squid is used as a reverse proxy with (rather coarse-grained) access
control capabilities to substitute for (hopefully temporarily) absent
CouchDB own access control functions..

The Service receives Haskell source from users and compiles it to
Javascript; basically a client-side Web application may be written in
Haskell.

A brief overview is available here:

http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Yhc_web_service

Read on. Any comments are welcome.

Thanks.

-- 
Dimitry Golubovsky

Anywhere on the Web

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