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I know I can run C++ programs as CGI scripts, is there any more efficient way? I have also read about pre-installed compiler, however it seems there is (no /usr/local/bin/g++). Update: it's located /usr/bin/g++

asked 19 Aug '15, 17:42

michal
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edited 19 Aug '15, 17:57


Sure, for example if you have some kind of application server written in C++ that runs as a daemon, you can use a 'custom app listening on port' application to assign a port for the app, and then use that to serve your site.

If you have some more specific use case in mind, feel free to update your question with that info.

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answered 19 Aug '15, 18:51

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