Kore is a web application platform for writing scalable, concurrent web based processes in C or Python.
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commit f34831c6cbdc8b249dc342022c603b29adc3f120
parent 879b5716d1c47c72e65e7aa218656744e4ad9fde
Author: Joris Vink <joris@coders.se>
Date:   Fri, 17 May 2013 08:46:45 +0200

update README just a tiny bit.

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diff --git a/README b/README @@ -4,10 +4,17 @@ 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. + Take a look at example.conf as well for an overview of the way a site is configured and setup. Right now Kore development is a moving process, so expect bugs. If you run into said bugs, please contact me at joris@coders.se. +To get started, put some X.509 certificates in a folder called certs, +and run a make to get everything compiled. If if doesn't compile out of +the box there's something you can help me out with. + I should add a TODO list.