From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-04 02:55:18
At 22:40 2005-11-03, Abajyan, Hambardzum wrote:
>(I've already been subscribed my address as you told me to do.)
>I would like to now why there isn't an implementation of TCP(UDP)
>I think it's possible to write a good platform-independent architecture
>based on Berkeley socket interface (supporting asynchronous
>(non-blocking) sockets), because both Linux and Windows systems support
>There are many libraries like that: e.g. Boost.Thread library which is
>also platform-independent. In my opinion, this feature is very usefull
>as with it programmers can develop network applications on Boost.
I like the approach these guys are taking: http://www.dtilib.dk/
that actually would be 3 libraries, but I like them all.
>Best Regards Hambik
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