CPoll based C++ server pages

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Server side scripting language similar to ASP and PHP, but using C++.

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CPPSP (C++ Server Pages) is an open source web application framework similar to ASP.NET. It features a template parser that parses, compiles, and loads CPPSP pages automatically at runtime. CPPSP pages have a very similar syntax to ASP and ASP.NET, where all code is considered HTML by default, and server-side active code can be embedded using "<% ... %>".

CPPSP is built upon the CPoll asynchronous I/O and utility library, which offers simple I/O abstraction, network abstraction, memory management, and container classes.

CPPSP project home page:
http://xa.us.to/cppsp/index.cppsp

Main development happens on github at:
https://github.com/xaxaxa/workspace/

Documentation is currently being worked on, but there is a doxygen reference at:
http://xa.us.to/cppsp/doxygen/html/classcppsp_1_1_page.html

GCC 4.7 or above is required even for the binary release because .cppsp pages need to be compiled at runtime.

CPPSP currently only supports linux (due to the use of epoll).

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Features

  • Automatic parsing and compiling of pages. Just copy a .cppsp file into your www directory, and it is instantly accessible. No need to manually compile CPPSP pages.
  • Automatic re-compilation. Make a modification to a .cppsp file, and the changes will show up in your browser immediately after refresh.
  • Simple syntax and API similar to ASP .NET

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Information Technology

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

C, C++

Registered

2013-05-01
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