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C++ Server Pages new URL

The C++ Server Pages project changed it's unix name from fastserverpages to cxxsp.
The new home page adress is now http://cxxsp.sf.net

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2006-03-04

C++ Server Pages 1.0.2 Release

C++ Server Pages framework alows creation of webapplications in C++ in a similar manner to JavaServer Pages and Java Servlets.
This release adresses build problems.

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2005-12-05

Project Web Site is up

The new Project Web Site is up and running. A lot of the documentation is still missing, but I'll be intorducing it over time. The site is based on Drupal CMS. You can participate in pools, add comments to articles and search the site.

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2005-11-01

C++ Server Pages are available

A full release consisting of two modules (mod_servlet and mod_cxxsp) and a fully operational example web aplication (an internet book store).

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2005-10-30

Comming soon!

Fully working release 1.0 of the C++ Server Pages is comming this October 2005. Previous releses are obsolete and are made hidden.

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2005-09-09

C++ServerPages will finish for sure!

Good news for C++ServerPages. I will be making my Ph.D. on this project, so it is bound to be finished next year. This means that this project won't become vaporware! ;) And secondly, I will have personal help of a univercity professor.

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2004-05-14

"Hello World" level

Both mod_servlet++ and mod_c++sp prowide just enought functionality to write a "Hello World" application. To put it in another words, you can only perform some computation and send output. It's a start.
Next thing to do is to write Servlets API.

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2004-04-05

Updates comming soon

After a long period I am going to release new code real soon. A compleate rewrite. Only available instalation will be Apache2 module. I've decided to create a Servlet 2.3 (http://java.sun.com/products/servlet/2.3/javadoc/index.html) and Java Servlet Pages. Feedback is really welcome.

Posted by Krzysztof Rzymkowski 2004-03-21