The main server software for the Mac is MacHTTP, which implements most CGI features. If you like AppleScript a lot, you can use it to write CGI scripts on a Mac, but then those scripts are worthless when you port to any other machine. MacPerl is a better solution, but fairly clunky. Of course, if all you need to do is check HTML documents, or if you need to connect to information that's already on Macs, this could be a great solution.
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