Subject: Re: [boost] Would Unicomm be interesting for Boost?
From: Greg Rubino (bibil.thaysose_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-09-29 11:33:36
On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 6:10 PM, Dmtitry Timoshenko <dimentiy2k_at_[hidden]>wrote:
> I finished developing the communication library based on STL, Boost. The
> communcation is implemented by using Boost.Asio. The library is
> engine that allows to build any network protocols based on TCP transport.
> Unicomm hides communication details and makes focus on business logic. I
> read the requirements for the library submission. The Unicomm is close to
> them. But there is still some work to make it possible it to join Boost.
This looks very cool to me. You'll definitely have one more code monkey
playing with it! It seems to have a few external (non-Boost, non-STL)
> please, see http://libunicomm.org for details.
> (Smart library is also mine).
Are you proposing Smart for inclusion in Boost as well?
> So, before I start final preparations, I have the question. Would the
> library be interesting for Boost and compatible to it's concepts?
I'm interested and I'll definitely be using Unicomm in the near future!
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