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Associated article: Extending HTTP Servers with DGI and TGI

Tags: Security     Parallel    

Published source code accompanying Andrew Montefusco's article which implements two alternatives to CGI for use in his HTTPD2 server. The alternatives are Task Gateway Interface (TGI) and Dynamic Gateway Interface (DGI). Both approaches avoid the overhead of starting a new process for each separate request. Also see TGIDGI.ZIP.

					_Extending HTTP Servers with DGI and TGI_
by Andrew Montefusco

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/*  Task Gateway Interface v1.00 -- (C) A.Montefusco 1995  */

#if !defined(__TGI_H__)
#define  __TGI_H__
#if defined(__cplusplus)
extern "C" {
#endif

typedef void * HTGI;
typedef void * ...							
										
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