Woof! - Web Oriented Object Framework - is an open-source, platform and server-independent web application framework written in the Tcl programming language. It is intended to be easy to install and deploy, simple to understand and customize, and embeddable into other applications.
Ruff! (Runtime function formatter) is a documentation generation system for programs written in the Tcl programming language. Ruff! is included with Woof! but can be used independently of it. Ruff! uses runtime introspection in conjunction with comment analysis to generate reference manuals for Tcl programs.
I wanted to add SCGI support to Woof! under Apache on Windows. Not finding a suitably recent version of a mod_scgi binary for Windows, I thought I would build it myself. The eventual steps were simple enough but for someone building an Apache module for the first time on Windows (Linux is better documented and simpler) getting there was a bit of a runaround of following broken links and outdated information.