Event-driven servers

This page features a couple of event-driven servers, a modular authentication system and other stuff that may or may not prove useful to you. The software should compile out of the box for recent versions of MacOS, Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFly BSD, Solaris and, in a somewhat degraded mode, Windows (via Cygwin). Please not that not all of those compiles are recently tested.


Public GIT

I've moved the project to GitHub. That GIT includes source plus documentation in PDF, HTML and plain text format.

A possibly outdated GIT clone is accessible here. Plus, a couple of both pre-GIT and GIT snapshots can eventually be downloaded from the archive, as long as I consider it's worth keeping them. I occasionally clean this up. Those snapshots are unsupported, and you're typically better off using the most current version from GIT anyway. I just continue to create these source archives to keep automatic download scripts happy.


If you've trouble using the software, please open an issue via GitHub, but please take care that you're on the latest GIT version.

Sending a mail via the Event-Driven Servers Google group might still be an option, but the mailing system there seems to have reliability issues. That group is moderated, first-time posters will need my approval. Don't send your mail more than once (I have absolutely no trouble with approving re-sends, so just don't do it). Your mail will show up, most certainly, sooner or later.

This is a non-commercial project. There is no private support. At all. Theres no paid-for support, either. I'm happy to support you in public, if I have spare time for that. Support requests or inquries sent to any of my private email addresses will be silently discarded by a mail filter. Use the public channels, please.



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