Date: 2001-07-26 14:36:17
I would be interested in helping out with this. I have had experience
of using and porting ACE and extensive experience of protocol
implementation with some experience of protocol design.
I've had a look at Joesphe's diagram and at the momment it looks like
a very low level wrapper facarde that would not be very safe.
At the protocol level its missing broadcast and multicast concepts
and, I would suggest that it is missing concepts such as acceptors and
connectors and event demultipleing similar to the ACE Reactor.
This is something that I recently started looking at from a design
perspective, so I don't *yet* have a concrete proposal.
I could probably have something preliminary ready nexct week.
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Subject: [boost] Help with a Sockets library?
Author: bdawes (bdawes_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 26/07/01 19:14
Joseph Berrios, a grad student at the University of Florida, has been
working on a Sockets library for Boost at my urging. I provided him with a
list of requirements, and he has been reading the literature and has gone
through a couple of design iterations.
The UML diagram for his current design is at
His overall grasp of C++ interface/implementation principles seems
reasonable, although I haven't seen enough examples to be sure. But his
detailed C++ coding skills, including meeting Boost's requirements and
guidelines, seem to need further development.
Would anyone like to volunteer to work with Joseph as a mentor and/or
co-author for a Boost Sockets Library?
If so, please contact him at jberrios_at_[hidden]
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