is an ultra simple webserver for windows. Written by Ralp Becker in Delphi, no install, single file. Best of all: It is free! Even supports cgi-scripts and a SSL version is available, too. For further information take a look at http://www.ritlabs.com/tinyweb
I really tested a lot of servers which are suitable for an internal system or even at
home. This one is my absolute favourite. -- MichaelKollak
I have problems
Q: (db) Tuesday March 207h 8:56 pm. Not as easy as you make it sound! I installed
it, hoping to run Usemod locally and when I tried to run Tb.exe, I got an error:path to home directory is absent.
I am therefore back to square one. Anyone knows what to do?
A:There is this info about Tiny Web right on this wiki (at UseModWiki/InstallWindows)
For the TinyWeb option
(this assumes you have already installed latest version of free ActivePerl
- Get latest TinyWeb from http://www.ritlabs.com/tinyweb/.
- Create a suitable web root on whichever drive you fancy (D:\www for e.g.). Add necessary subdirs (following same root example, create D:\www\root, D:\www\bin, D:\www\log and don't forget the all-important D:\www\root\cgi-bin)
- Extract all tinyweb.zip stuff into D:\www\bin
- Create a shortcut on your desktop with target: D:\www\bin\TINY.EXE d:\www\root; Start in: d:\www\log.
- Double-click that shortcut to start TinyWeb
- Extract UseModWiki somewhere convenient and copy wiki.pl to D:\www\root\cgi-bin
- Follow base instructions above from Edit wiki.pl step onwards.
- For TinyWeb, copy wiki.gif and wiki.css to d:\www\root (using the above example).
If anybody has any problems with the steps above please comment or query here.
A personal wiki is on the market which uses TinyWeb as its http server; the author wrapped a self installer around it to make it easy to set up in a computer. it is offered for free over at http://www.freeholdmarketing.com/WW/