Subject: [boost] Hi, who knows the OptSolve++?
From: Qingcao.Liu (liuqingcao_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-03-03 03:45:49
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who knows the OptSolve++, I want to get the old versons of this really
in an urgency. Can anyone help me?
On 03/03/2014 09:06 AM, Vinícius dos Santos Oliveira wrote:
> Em Seg, 2014-03-03 às 08:20 +0100, Damien Buhl escreveu:
>> Hi Vinícius,
> Hi Damien, thanks for the feedback. And you write emails like
>> Perhaps it's not bad to look at what Artyom Beilis does with cppcms :
> I'm familiarized with cppcms. The author wrote nice benchmark
> projects/texts that inspired me to try to achieve the same some
>> And others things like
> I just did a fast incautious read through the project now that you
> mentioned. It looks like it won't serve as inspiration to a generic
> project like I want, but more like an implementation thing. I'll check
> it appropriately and maybe comment more later anyway.
>> And considering http, it could perhaps be valuable to look at SPDY /
>> HTTP 2.0, because even if it will be as compatible as possible with
>> HTTP 1.1 I believe that features like server push transactions should
>> be taken into account in your library API. As you spoke about
>> websockets you should have thought to something similar.
> Yes, there was an interesting talk about HTTP/2.0 on linux.conf.au
> that I watched (thanks to the provided online records) several weeks ago
> and I'll of course take that in account in my proposal.
>> You spoke about embedded, having facilities or an API which abstracts
>> protocols like CoAP translation from/to HTTP would also be nice in my
> I've never read about CoAP. Thanks for bringing this up. I'll check it
>  http://cppcms.com/wikipp/en/page/benchmarks_php
>  http://cppcms.com/wikipp/en/page/benchmarks_all
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