Teepee: the Rust HTTP toolkit
Status: stalled and designing
Things happened, things didn’t happen, Hyper got started by others instead. Something is still slowly happening with this, but don’t try doing anything with it.
The remainder of this document is out of date. Use Hyper instead for now, too.
Status: in design
Teepee is still mostly in design. Most of the information about it is available on Chris Morgan’s blog.
In the mean time, if you want HTTP, please use rust-http (by the same author, but not designed deliberately); it’s in maintenance mode, so new things won’t be being added to it—but see that as a good thing and not a bad thing! :P
The Teepee project is comprised of various crates. Here are what there is at present, though very little is actually implemented yet.
httpc: HTTP client
Everything client-specific, from low level to high level interface.
httpd: HTTP server
Everything server-specific, from low level to high level interface.
httpcommon: common HTTP functionality
Anything shared between both client and server belongs in here, but this crate is not expected to be used directly.
Any crate using types from this crate should re‐export them. For example, the
status module should be exported in the root of the HTTP client crate
httpc so that people can write
httpc::status instead of
This library is distributed under similar terms to Rust: dual licensed under the MIT license and the Apache license (version 2.0).
See LICENSE-APACHE, LICENSE-MIT, and COPYRIGHT for details.