W3C Libwww Documentation
Get Started | Install
and Use | Architecture & APIs | How to Help
- Get it!
Instructions on how to get the code - including directly
- Release Notes
Listing new features and bug fixes and complete release
- Supported Platforms
Listing supported platforms and known tricks and hints about these platforms
- Installation Guide
Describing how to unpack, compile, and install libwww and its sample applications.
- Sample Applications
Some really basic samples and also some more elaborate applications that
actually can do useful stuff
- Libwww Quick Guide
A quick guide describing how to get started writing an application
- Use the libwww-config
A script for easier compiling and linking applications using libwww based on
the GTK gtk-script
- Library Architecture
Describes the overall architecture of libwww
- User's Guide
Explains how to use libwww for building applications.
- Library Packages and Interfaces
Describes the interfaces of libwww and how they can be integrated into Web
- How can I help?
Here's an initial list but remember, only the sky is
- Programming style Guide
Why is libwww coded as it is and how does it interface to for example C++
- Known Bugs
Listing what we already know is wrong. See also the latest CVS changes
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