Chris Hulbert chris.hulbert at
Sun Jul 20 14:46:57 CEST 2008

That sounds like a fantastic base for a custom web server for a new
Keep us informed!
I'm thinking of creating a web framework using digitalmars' D, and this
sounds like it could be a great addition as the web server part of it.

On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 9:36 PM, ry dahl <ry at> wrote:

> Hello libev users,
> I would like to announce a new project called libebb. It aims at being
> a lightweight high-performance HTTP server library for C. It ties
> together a HTTP parser, some socket handling, and libev. This project
> is a rather complete rewrite of the backend used in my Ruby language
> web server called Ebb. Eventually, when libebb stabilizes,  Ruby-Ebb
> will use libebb as its back-end.
> There are several novel things being done in libebb. The parser
> handles pipelined requests, chunked uploads, and basically any sort of
> HTTP/1.1 compliant junk. The library itself does not allocate any
> buffers - it passes those decisions of to the users so they might use
> their own memory pools or whatever.
> The webpage is and the source code can
> be downloaded at
> Thanks,
> ry
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Regards, Chris
Email: chris.hulbert at
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