A web framework for C.
|AUTHORS||applied the handler based changes contributed by Aaron Burrow|
|CMakeLists.txt||Look in /usr/local|
|README||added deployment information|
|dispatcher.c||check if path_info is NULL, this prevents a segfault in regexec|
|dispatcher.h||applied the handler based changes contributed by Aaron Burrow|
|error.h||Error of FAIL_WITH_ERROR :)|
|raphters.c||applied the handler based changes contributed by Aaron Burrow|
|response.c||fixed memory leak|
Raphters is a web framework for C based on the rapht architectural pattern (see RAPHT). FAQ === Q: Why would you want to build a web application in C? Didn't that idea die out with CGI? A: Good question. C is fast and fun, when you use well-tested code it can be secure too. It also has a low memory foot-print. The aim of the project is that all of the usual functionality that you have in other frameworks (cookie handling, session management, templating etc) will be implemented via loosly coupled components with clean APIs. Build Instructions ================== From within the project directory: $ mkdir build $ cd build $ cmake ../ $ make Deployment ========== The examples are deployable via fastcgi.