in-RAM page store presenting a tcl array to a client with elements named by URL.
RAM is useful for generated content for which you don't want to have to construct a containing file. It is quite stupid about hierarchy, ignoring all but the prefix URL structure, so you can construct arbitrary URL hierarchies within a RAM instance, and they will be fetched without further inspection.
Conditional fetching is supported - the last update to an element is timestamped, and a client's conditional fetch request will be honoured. You could use RAM as a kind of Cache.
[Nub domain /ram/ RAM]
[RAM set fred "This is the content for fred" content-type text/plain]
Now you have a store with a single element fred with the above content accessable from the URL /ram/fred
From Tcl you call [$ram set $key content args] to store $content under the URL $mount/$key.
$args is a dict containing metadata such as 'content-type' and any other HTTP response dict metadata. The fields 'last-modified' and 'content-length' are controlled by RAM, and setting them will have no effect.
You could go crazy with this, and set arbitrary HTTP response elements ... feel free to do so with caution.
$args may also contain a -headers element, whose content will be appended to the response's -headers element.
(generated by STX)