Extremely lightweight HTTP server, that handles only GET requests, and serves them from a CDB database.
- DNS interceptor:
NSS plugin and / or DNS server, that receives DNS requests, and transforms them into HTTP GET requests, and conveys back the JSON based reply.
- HTTP server to serve as a backend for the previous use-case.
- The same as above, but the request is made via ZeroMQ sockets.
tmpfs-controller, a server that receives requests via a UNIX socket domain, creates a temporary folder, replies back with the path and a file descriptor. When the folder is no longer required the client just closes the descriptor and the controller removes the folder.
License compatibility expert system (Prolog). It could use the Debian package meta-data, or crawl GitHub (data-mining).
- CDB optimizer;
- CPIO (TAR) to CDB converter;