Kore is a web application platform for writing scalable, concurrent web based processes in C or Python.
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commit 61605a99c43a02d9d46733f81a77d775e2639111
parent e170e916ced43134b38f502c25b9fd84c1030568
Author: Joris Vink <joris@coders.se>
Date:   Wed,  5 Jun 2013 14:10:29 +0200

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diff --git a/README b/README @@ -4,8 +4,8 @@ Kore is a SPDY based web server that handles dynamic content via loadable modules. Inside the examples/ directory you will find a complete example on how such modules are built (and some tools to help you get started). -Kore does support normal HTTP over SSL as well (for the less technological -advanced browsers). +Kore does support normal HTTP over SSL as well. +(for the less technological advanced browsers). Take a look at example.conf as well for an overview of the way a site is configured and setup. @@ -22,3 +22,65 @@ to the main process. Sending a SIGQUIT signal will reap all worker processes and shutdown the server. I should add a TODO list. + +Page to function mapping +======================== +In the configuration file you specify how pages on your site are +mapped to what callback in your module. + +static /profile.html serve_profile + +The above example binds the callback serve_profile() to the profile.html page. +Kore automatically calls this callback when the page is requested by a client. + +All callbacks must be based on this prototype: + int callback(struct http_request *); + +Callback functions MUST return either KORE_RESULT_OK, +KORE_RESULT_ERROR or KORE_RESULT_RETRY. + +KORE_RESULT_OK will cleanup the request and remove it. +KORE_RESULT_ERROR will disconnect the client immediately after returning. +KORE_RESULT_RETRY will reschedule the callback to be called again. + +Most of the times KORE_RESULT_ERROR or KORE_RESULT_OK should come from: + int http_response(struct http_request *req, + int status, u_int8_t *data, u_int32_t datalen); + +The http_response() function is used to queue up the HTTP response +(including status code and content to be sent). + +If you wish to add headers to the response do so before calling http_response(): + void http_response_header_add(struct http_request *req, + char *header, char *value); + +If your callback wants to use POST data, it should populate it first by calling: + int http_populate_arguments(struct http_request *req); + +The returned value is the number of arguments available. +After calling the populate function you can retrieve arguments by calling: + int http_argument_lookup(struct http_request *req, + const char *name, char **out); + +This will store the value of the requested argument in the out parameter. +If http_argument_lookup() returns KORE_RESULT_ERROR out will be NULL. + +Please see the example/ folder for a good overview of a module. + +Static content +============== +Static content is included directly in the module. +The example module shows how this is done. + +After adding each static component to the Makefile, it will convert it +to a .c source file and export certain symbols that can be used by the module. + +Each component gets 3 symbols: + static_[html|css]_<component_name> actual data. + static_len_[html|css]_<component_name> length of the data. + static_mtime_[html|css]_<component_name> last modified timestamp. + +API functions +============= + See includes/kore.h and includes/http.h for a definite overview. +