Xitami is Open Source|
Xitami is Open Source and many of its features have been added by users.
It's written in portable and easy-to-read ANSI C. All the tools you need
are an ANSI C compiler, and other free software you can download from
What Do You Need?
Get the Xitami source kit for your system, and build it. On Unix you need
an ANSI C compiler; for Windows you need MSVC or Borland C. On OS/2 you
need the free EMX tools. Probably the best platform for hacking Xitami is
Linux - it's fast and stable.
Then get your hands on the Libero tool from iMatix.com. This is a
tool we use a lot in Xitami - it's practical, and great fun too!
Finally, read the Libero and SMT doc, and look through the SFL. Now you're
ready to start hacking the Xitami sources!
I want a Windows Version!|
The source code that turns Xitami into a pretty Windows App is now open
source, and is included in the Xitami source packages.
Download it today.
Can I get the SSL code?
You can use the Xitami/Pro SSL agent (smtssl) to build your own
high-performance secure TCP/IP servers and clients based on the iMatix SMT
kernel. The SSL agent source code costs US$2,500 for unlimited commercial
use. Includes the OpenSSl library, pre-built for Windows, Linux, and OS/2.
Xitami Developers Group
The Xitami developer's group is a mailing list for discussing Xitami
development issues. To subscribe, send a message with the
following command in the body of the message: subscribe xitami-dev.
Use this list to ask questions about Xitami developments, tools, etc.