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I am looking for a portable Web-server in fasm assembler.

Any help is welcome!

PS:
I know there is one for Linux.
But I want a portable web-server that runs on Linux and Windows.

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Post 11 Jul 2007, 11:37
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m wrote:
I am looking for a portable Web-server in fasm assembler.

Any help is welcome!

PS:
I know there is one for Linux.
But I want a portable web-server that runs on Linux and Windows.


Is that even possible? An ELF / PE executable? Razz

Or are you thinking along the lines of a VM engine written in FASM that can interpret a portable script containing a webserver?
Post 11 Jul 2007, 12:33
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An ELF / PE executable?

Yes, by doing the trick of naming the file with .com extention and putting inside an ELF and a DOS program (the latter an unpacker for a PE). This trick doesn't work on 64-bit versions of Windows unfortunatelly.
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DustWolf wrote:

Is that even possible? An ELF / PE executable? Razz

Possible? Sure! See flat-assemler Smile

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Or are you thinking along the lines of a VM engine written in FASM that can interpret a portable script containing a webserver?

No I'm not!
However I'm thinking along the lines of Flat Assembler. Smile

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LocoDelAssembly wrote:

Yes, by doing the trick of naming the file with .com extention and putting inside an ELF and a DOS program (the latter an unpacker for a PE). ...

Hey LocoDelAssembly we do not need any tricks!
Just follow the flat-assembler example!

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I mean for portable binary, not portable source.

BTW, didn't Dex working on something related to this?
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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
I mean for portable binary, not portable source.

BTW, didn't Dex working on something related to this?

Not really, I am working on a server, that run from DexOS, but this would be know differant than running a live linux cd with a server on.

Also i may be wrong, but to me it would simpler to code differant vers for windows or linux, as a server and assembler are differant.
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Anyways guys!
Since we already have a Linux version of web-server, can somebody give me
Windows version of the similar web-server?

I do not want them to be identical, but somehow the windows-version should
also be capable of doing the same that the linux-version does.
Linux Version

PS:
And then after understanding both, I will try to implement a protable
one!
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