On Mon, May 15, 2000 at 11:39:52AM -0700, Michael Turley mentioned:
> AOLserver seems to be getting quite popular recently.
> Has anyone tried to compile their own C modules into
> AOLserver? I'm thinking of the way that you can
> compile C functions into PHP/Apache. Does it present
> more of a challenge than with PHP/Apache?
It helps if you start out with TCL modules that other people have
written, and just port them to AOLserver (unless you know TCL really
well). It's reasonably easy to do, once you know TCL & it's C api
(AOLserver just adds to it).
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