From: Richard Hodges (hodges.r_at_[hidden])
Date: 2022-04-09 10:08:25
On Fri, 8 Apr 2022 at 17:10, Marcelo Zimbres Silva via Boost <
> I am the author of Aedis, a Redis client library built on top of
> Boost.Asio that provides communication with the Redis Server over its
> native and most recent protocol RESP3 .
> It is an implementation from scratch that depends only on other Boost
> Libraries (Asio, Variant2, Optional, etc.) and targets C++14.
Long overdue and will add a great deal of real world value.
In principle I would support the proposal for inclusion on grounds of
> I would like to propose it for inclusion in Boost in the near future
> if there is enough interest, at the moment I am interested in early
> feedback as I finish writing it (writing docs, improving tests etc.)
> - Do you think this library would be valuable to Boost?
> - Was the documentation helpful to understand what Aedis provides?
> - Does the design look good?
> - Any feedback is welcome.
> Link to Aedis Documentation:
> Link to the github project:
> If you never heard about Redis, this is the best place to start:
>  https://github.com/antirez/RESP3/blob/master/spec.md
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