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QGIS V2 onwards solves this. The question was submitted using QGIS 1.8
Your webmapping offline code will be located in Assets folder. You can put your tiles (XYZ or TMS) in a folder hierarchy inside Assets, too, and access your tiles via relative paths. You really don't need a web server, the same way you don't need it to import a JS file into your HTML page.
I have finally managed to serve arcgis compact cache with geowebcache. The problem was in poor documentation. Note that you can not publish arcgis compact cache with geoserver built in geowebcache, but you have to use standalone geowebcache application. Then you just have to set up GEOWEBCACHE_CACHE_DIR context parameter and edit geowebcache.xml. Now ...
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