tux_perl is a Perl extension for Tux. Tux is a high speed web server from Redhat. With the non-blocking event loop structure and the zero copying technique, Tux can provide static content at very fast speed. Tux also provide an interface to develop user space extensions. tux_perl works as an user space module of Tux, and interprets Perl scripts to provide dynamic contents. Tux is embedded into Linux kernel, so tux_perl only work with Linux. Perl interpreter is also necessary. GCC compilers is required to build some C libraries.
released on 28 October 2008
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