This page is a "portal" for all the (L)GPL'd code I've done which
is stable enough that you might want to use it.
- And-httpd a HTTPD/1.1 server:
Should be conditionally rfc2616 compliant, secure and very fast.
Requires vstr, socket_poll, timer_q.
This is an extremely low overhead string library for C, it's
been designed to make integrating a string library into
any C project easy. The default overhead over using plain
strdup("a") is 4 used bytes (on i386 or x86-64),
and for this you get reference counted length managed strings.
This overhead grows to 5 used bytes for 256 byte strings, and
7 bytes for 65,536 character strings.
This is a general purpose string library for C, it's been
designed to make getting data from/to network fds as easy
as possible and for it to be very quick. It also tries to be
A "talker" server I helped write (this now uses a couple of
the libraries below, although it includes them in the package
so you don't need to install them to try it).
The first of a set of shared libraries that I'm writing.
This one implements a timer queue, so you can set a
function to go off at a certain time and then forget about it.
The second of a set of shared libraries that I'm writing.
This one implements socket polling, so you can have a whole
bunch of file descriptors (or sockets) open and multiplex
data between them.
This is a hacked version of
imgconvert version 0.2 by Garrett LeSage. The main
difference is that it handles spaces etc. in file names.
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