Re: [OffTopic] HTTP server library...
Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2003 07:00:29 -0500
Since a server has to sit there as a daemon, you're unlikely to find
anything particularly library-like; you're more or less restricted to
complete program packages. What are you wanting to do with this? Why,
for instance, is Apache not appropriate for your needs? If you just
really need something that can register C/C++ functions against
particular URLs, you might want to give AOLserver (aolserver.com) a
look, it's been open (and non-GPL) for over a year now. Another one I'd
look at might be Medusa (http://www.nightmare.com/medusa/), which is
Python-based but *extremely* lean, and you could easily write Python
wrappers for your C/C++ code to do whatever you want. I am a great
Or maybe I'm way offbase on what you're looking for....
Ufuk Kayserilioglu wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Sorry for the Off-Topic mail but I presume someone here might be able
> to help me.
> I am looking for the almost the exact analogue of cURL as an HTTP
> server. That is, a open source (preferably non-GPL), multi-threaded
> C/C++ library implementing an HTTP/S server with method/URL handlers.
> All my searches on freshmeat and sourceforge have been fruitless in
> the respect that they usually do not fulfill one or more of the above
> I would be grateful to anyone who can give me a pointer.
> Ufuk Kayserilioglu
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Received on 2003-07-07