Subject: Re: [boost] 0MQ messaging in Boost
From: Brian Wood (woodbrian77_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-30 15:30:43
Yigong Liu writes:
> Hello Pieter,
> Could you please have a look of "Channel", a message passing library i
> been developing in boost, for a comparison with 0MQ?
> website: http://channel.sourceforge.net/
> design doc:
The following section from the Channel documentation doesn't
do much for me.
7.2 compare STL and ChannelSome mapping between STL and Channel's concepts:
- containers (sequence, assoc) <=> name spaces (linear/hier/assoc)
- elements in container <=> names (unit/element in name space)
- iterator_range (target of algorithms) <=> name binding set
(sender->receiver(s), receiver->sender(s)) target of dispatchers
- algorithms <=> dispatchers
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