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readme.txt 2012-01-01 1.9 kB 11 weekly downloads
Readme file for Webio embedded we server directory. Last Edit Dec. 31st, 2011 Webio sources are currently available at codeproject.com, daddywall.com, and soon sourceforge.com. Once we find someone will to donate a Subversion server we'll start publishing specific version numbers. Until then just find source and documentation that seems to have consistent dates across the system. The latest and greatest is currently at: http://www.daddywall.com/webio/webio-dec2011.zip Detailed documentation is in the file progman.html, which should have been included with sources and samples. This file fills in update info which may not make it into the html file. During 2011 the demo application was built and run on Centos Linux 5.6 and Windows & using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Project files for Visual Studio 6.0 are preserved with "-60" added to the main filename, i.e. webio.dsp for MSVC 6.0 is named webio-60.dsp. These files have not been tested in a few years - use at your own risk. A new Linux makefile has been added so that both the demo and a library can be built int he same directory. The demo is built be the default "makefile", the library (at least the "daddywall" version) can be built be dwallweb.mk. Since the Daddywall sources are not open the latter file is purely informational. Known bugs & problems: * The cticks counter is not maintained in the demo programs. * The -c flag (for cache control) is documented but not supported. * On at least some Windows 7 machines, bind fails on port 80. It seems Microsoft used it for their proprietary "IIS". To get around this the default port for windows builds is changed to 88, thus your browser can access your web server's pages at More proof that if Bill Gates pair a nickel to every programmer who had to work around a Microsoft bug he would be broke.
Source: readme.txt, updated 2012-01-01

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