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C++ FastCGI Protocol Driver

  Analyzed about 8 hours ago

The FastCGI Protocol Driver is a C++ class library that manages all communication between a web server and a FastCGI user application. The code is highly portable and should compile fine with any moderately modern ISO C++ compiler.

1.67K lines of code

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about 6 years since last commit

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Variable Expression Library

  Analyzed about 13 hours ago

Varexp is a C++ library that allows its users to separate information and from the representation of that information by providing a simple-to-use but powerful text-template mechanism. Similar mechanisms have been available in tools like sh(1), make(1), or perl(1) forever and have proven to be very ... [More] useful. The basic idea is that the relevant information is made available in variables, which the author of the template can than use within the text itself as he sees fit. [Less]

2.92K lines of code

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mini-httpd

  Analyzed about 1 hour ago

mini-httpd is a minimalistic web server designed for optimal performance, high security, and as little use of system resources as possible. Unlike most other web servers, mini-httpd does not require more than one process or system thread in order to handle several requests concurrently. The current ... [More] set of features includes: 1. HTTP/1.1 compliant "keep-connection" support. 2. Virtual hosting. 3. Recording all successful requests in the common Apache-style log-file format. 4. The ability to run in a chroot(2) sandbox. 5. Dropping all super-user privileges after acquiring the listening socket. 6. mini-httpd is configured entirely through the command line. There is no config file. [Less]

5.34K lines of code

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12 months since last commit

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Petidomo Mailing List Manager

  Analyzed over 2 years ago

Petidomo is a mailing list server similar to Majordomo, but to install and to maintain. Furthermore, it has no problem running huge lists and requires only moderate system resources doing so. Petidomo has numerous featurs including virtual hosting, a

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over 6 years since last commit

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mapSoN -- NoSpam

  Analyzed almost 3 years ago

mapSoN is a spam filter for Unix that is installed via the system's ".forward" mechanism. The filter uses a challenge-response scheme to build a white-list of known senders, who may pass the filter without being challenged.

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librfc2822

  Analyzed almost 2 years ago

librfc822 C++ application developers with a complete parser for RFC822 addresses. Not only can the library verify that RFC822 addresses are syntactically correct, it can also split an address split into its semantic parts, which is needed when deciding where to route an address to, etc.

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hledger-interest

  Analyzed about 9 hours ago

hledger-interest is a small command-line utility based on Simon Michael's hleder library. Its purpose is to compute interest for a given ledger account. Using command line flags, the program can be configured to use various schemes for day-counting, such as act/act, 30360, 30E360, and 30/360isda. ... [More] Furthermore, it supports a (small) number of interest schemes, i.e. annual interest with a fixed rate and the scheme mandated by the German BGB288 (Basiszins für Verbrauchergeschäfte). Extending support for other schemes is fairly easy, but currently requires changing to the source code. [Less]

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4 months since last commit

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halipeto

  Analyzed about 7 hours ago

A Haskell library for generating static HTML pages from XML templates and a file-based value dictionary.

489 lines of code

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about 6 years since last commit

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ioxx

  Analyzed about 2 hours ago

The ioxx library provides primitives for asynchronous I/O in C++. That kind of thing is typically useful for people who would like to implement a highly concurrent network service, i.e. an application that performs input/output simultaneously on a great number of sockets. The library's main ... [More] components are a socket event dispatcher, a time event dispatcher, and an asynchronous DNS resolver. There is also a class interface to socket programming that offers those wonders of modern C++ such as exception-style error reporting, transparent resource management, type-safety, and support for custom memory allocation strategies. Ioxx is thread-safe in the sense that it is fully re-entrant. The code runs on any POSIX-compliant operating system, most notably Linux, NetBSD, Solaris, AIX, HP/UX, and NT. [Less]

3.77K lines of code

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12 months since last commit

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