Pico Server is a small web server. It is meant to be portable and configurable.
Pico Server (pServ) is written in portable C (K&R style so it can compile on older compilers too) and sports several options that by means of #define statements can customize the behavior, the perfomance and the feature set so to be able to fit better the the requisites.
P-reporter is the matched log-analzer for pServ. It analyzes the generated logs and outputs a statistic report in HTML.
So how portable is this thing really? I hope a lot, there should not be architecture specific problems. So once an Operating System works it should do independently from the CPU. If you have problems feel free to report! Personally I have compiled it to:
If you ported pServ to other platforms and wish them added here or have comments about porting, please let me know.
Download itfrom the SourceForge page.
Do you want to contribute? report bugs? stay tuned and get announcments of the latest release? visit the SourceForge page of pServ.
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