Projects / yhttpd


yhttpd is an experimental, XML-configurable, light, very portable, multi-platform Web server written in C++ and a small subset of C. It runs on all operating systems that are POSIX compatible and use the GNU GCC C++ compiler from 3.1 and up with pthreads enabled. It is based on yChat socket and thread engines.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  22 Jun 2005 11:29

    Release Notes: A new standard HTML template design, FreeBSD 5.3 and 5.4 support, the Content-type text/plain, the !command of the command line interface, UNIX signal support, and lots more were added. The SGI STL hash_map classes were integrated. The thread pool has been optimized and improved, so now the thread pool automatically increases if new threads are needed. Many bugs have been fixed. yhttpd 0.7.2 is based on yChat

    •  05 Mar 2005 11:05

      Release Notes: Added ${MAKE} to the config file because some Linux distributions don't call GNU make "gmake", fixed some documentation content, and fixed several minor bugs.

      •  02 Mar 2005 19:01

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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