Async non-blocking multi-protocol networking library for C/C++

Fossa: Multi-Protocol Networking Library Note: As of September 21st 2015, Fossa project has been merged back into Mongoose project Fossa is a multi-protocol networking library written in C. It provides easy to use ev

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