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this project is dead

There's no development going on. We will shut this down unless we figure out a good reason not to. There are other existing and functional SPDY libraries. We will put our efforts into those instead.

We recommend nghttp2 for http2, and spdylay for SPDY.


Spindly - SPDY library in portable C

Spindly was an effort to provide a portable SPDY library written in C89. Applications should be able to use multiple streams over a single physical one without knowing much SPDY.

The plan is to provide this API. It is not yet fully implemented and it may very well change.

We greatly appreciate your help and contributions!

See also the TODO for some ideas of what we're working to get done.

License BSD licensed
Codehttps://github.com/bagder/spindly
Wiki https://github.com/bagder/spindly/wiki
Mailinglist archivehttp://spindly.haxx.se/mail.cgi and http://blog.gmane.org/gmane.network.spdy.spindly
Daily tarballs http://spindly.haxx.se/daily/
IRCFreenode, the #spindly channel

Contributors

Cedric Deltheil, Daniel Stenberg, James Morrison, Noah Campbell, Rob Ward, Shayan Pooya, Thomas Roth

Related info

Google's SPDY site

the spindly team