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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] ZeroMQ integration with Boost-v1.54
From: Dirk Botha (bothadj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-12-02 07:20:15

Hi Rahul,

Before trying to integrate ZeroMQ, take a look at the KISSCPP library at
It uses boost to provide an application framework that has boost::asio for
networking and a veriety of queue types at it's core.

You can implement a full message based app in under 100 lines of code.

The documentation is here:

Dirk J. Botha
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On 2 December 2013 12:08, Andreas Buhr <andreas_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> On 12/01/2013 04:08 PM, Rahul Mathur wrote:
> > Looking to have ZeroMQ integration with Boost-v1.54.
> > I am familiar with Boost.ASIO client and Server model.
> What exactly do you mean by "integration"? I guess you question is about
> how to integrate zeroMQ into the ASIO event loop or the other way round?
> I think both should be possible. Integrating zeroMQ into the ASIO event
> loop or integrating ASIO into a zeroMQ event loop. I recently integrated
> zeroMQ into the Qt event loop, it was easy.
> This should help you:
> Best,
> Andreas
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