Subject: Re: [boost] RemoteCall framework for RPC
From: Andreas Schäfer (gentryx_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-05-17 02:51:06
in which ways is your code superior to previous approaches? If I'm not
mistaken then you've introduced a custom serialization scheme that
simply transmits objects as a byte stream. I doubt that is important.
Also, which network transports do you support?
On 03:57 Sun 17 May , Alex Marmer wrote:
> I created a C++ framework RemoteCall which allows to use RPC the same way as local C++ calls are used.
> For declaration, implementation and call used macros: DECLARE_REMOTE, IMPLEMENT_REMOTE, CALL_REMOTE.Return and parameters (In and In/Out) can be any type except pointers.
> For instance: std::tuple<in, bool> DECLARE_REMOTE(Test)(std::vector<std::string>& vInOut, const std::wstring& sIn).
> Implementation is on https://github.com/amarmer/RemoteCall
> Would it be useful to add this framework in Boost?
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