cURL libcurl hiper
High Performance libcurl
Hiper is the name of the sub-project that intends to bring high performance adjustments and additions to the libcurl multi interface.
The aim is to
The order above is the order of preference and implementation.
I've also decided not to:
Daniel intends to work more or less full-time with the Hiper project during December 2005. Leftovers will be done part-time in 2006 with possibly some further full-time periods during spring 2006.
Daniel receives funding from the Swedish foundation IIS for the purpose of implementing this.
The plan is to keep the process and progress as open and public as I possibly can, to allow anyone and everyone who feels like contributing or just watching to do so. This is still curl, this is still open source and I still value and appreciate all user feedback and comments.
Progress reports will be posted and discussions will be held on the regular curl-library mailing list. I will also post "quarterly" reports in Swedish to IIS (as mandated by the contract I've signed with them as a condition for me to receive the money), and I will make those reports available here online as well.
Source Code Repository
For the sake of being able to be 100% public and open, I will create a branch in the CVS repository so that the Hiper experiments and developments won't interfere with the "normal" libcurl development.
The name of the tag will be announced when this has been done.
Page updated May 06, 2013.
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