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Comment:Typo fix on the intro.md documentation page.
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User & Date: drh 2018-08-06 11:51:51
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2018-08-31
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Add the sitemap.md and doclist.html documents. check-in: fbe42f35ca user: drh tags: trunk
2018-08-06
11:51
Typo fix on the intro.md documentation page. check-in: 766f64396a user: drh tags: trunk
11:48
Avoid an extra \n at the end of the content in an CGI reply. Fix suggested by Gerome Fournier check-in: f914bf8729 user: drh tags: trunk
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   +  Wapptclsh is statically linked, so there is never a worry about
      having the right shared libraries on hand.  This is particularly
      important if the application will ultimately be deployed into a
      chroot jail.

   +  Wapptclsh has SQLite built-in and SQLite turns out to be very
      useful for the kinds of small application where Wapp excels.

   +  Wapptclsh knows how to process "package require wapp".  If you
      run with ordinary tclsh, you might need to change the 
      "package require wapp" into "source wapp.tcl" and ship the separate
      "wapp.tcl" script together with your application.

We prefer to use wapptclsh and wapptclsh is shown in all of the examples.







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   +  Wapptclsh is statically linked, so there is never a worry about
      having the right shared libraries on hand.  This is particularly
      important if the application will ultimately be deployed into a
      chroot jail.

   +  Wapptclsh has SQLite built-in and SQLite turns out to be very
      useful for the kinds of small applications where Wapp excels.

   +  Wapptclsh knows how to process "package require wapp".  If you
      run with ordinary tclsh, you might need to change the 
      "package require wapp" into "source wapp.tcl" and ship the separate
      "wapp.tcl" script together with your application.

We prefer to use wapptclsh and wapptclsh is shown in all of the examples.