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How do you make your own web language in C++?

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Is it possible to make your own web language in c++, and if so, please tell me how.
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Joseph
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by:rstaveley
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You've got the likes of CSP unsurprisingly - see http://www.micronovae.com/default_csp.html
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is there anyway to do this on a remote web server?
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Why are you looking to do this?
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by:JoeTheCoinMan
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I was just wondering on how you would do this.  That's all.
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gotcha.  take a look at ms IIS.  it has a pluggable architecture that allows you to supply your own http handlers to intercept page requests.  you could also write your own parsing routines from the ground up and implement them as an ISAPI filter and then map page extensions to that filter.  one thing to keep in mind that this is a million times easier to do in .NET vs. c++.  I can create a custom handler in .NET in minutes by implementation the IHttpHandler interface instead of dealing with ATL and low level IIS api.
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