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This is a webserver software though to be light, high-performance and easy to configure.
It's being currently developed using C++ and KDevelop. We ran it under GNU/Linux and compile it using g++.
It's licenced under the GNU GPL 2.0.
We're two developers:
Fernando - -unavailable-
Ricardo (me) - -unavailable-
It currently listen on a port (i.e. 8000 TCP) and when a connection is open it serves some code. Note it doesn't (currently) listen to any HTTP Petition.
It's being created using a main class which loads the server. In the future every virtual server will be a different class (each class can listen only in a port, not more than one)
Other Software Required:
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g++
automake
autoconfig
aclocal
autoheader
gmake
make

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