Pike is a modular, object-oriented, C-like programming language developed by Fredrik Hübinette of Roxen Internet Software. It has its roots in LPC, and is distributed under the GNU General Public License. The Pike project is currently hosted by Linköping University. Among its many features are threading, database connectivity, powerful graphic manipulation libraries and much more. The Roxen WebServer is built entirely in Pike.
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Official site at Roxen Internet Software. Pike developer: documentation, mailing lists, and download links.
Pike 7.0 Tutorial
A good beginners guide to Pike programming, written by Thomas Padron-McCarthy.
RMS: Roxen Module Source
The place to go when you need a Roxen module of any kind. Features discussion, information, and resources for Roxen users.
Community for Roxen users and developers, based on the LysKOM conference system. Still in early alpha, so expect occasional bugs and crashes. Includes a Pike programming conference, of course.
A powerful, modular web server developed by Roxen Internet Software, written entirely in Pike. It was named Roxen Challenger before version 2.0.
The Unofficial Pike Programming Language FAQ
This is an unofficial FAQ list for the Pike programming language.
Last update:September 26, 2007 at 4:39:04 UTC