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What's libPTS++ ?
Socket makes it
possible to implement
pThreads and of Sockets in C
++. It is based on the
librairies for Sockets and
(Native Posix Thread Library)
Threads for WIN32
libraries for the pThreads and provided
to users classes
simple to use, similar to the model JAVA of Sun.
For the moment it is directed
towards the development of multithreads TCP servers and its
was developed for Linux and
Microsoft Windows (via MinGW). With a development respecting
standard POSIX scrupulously, it is also compilable under Sun Solaris
and MAC OS X, but we did not test it yet under these OS That is likely
to take a certain time, because we do not have stations under Solaris
or MAC for the moment. We currently search people for tested the
library under these OS. if you are interested ....
Where is documentation ?
Documentation is available in
For the moment it
not have a specific installation. The use is actually rather
headers as well as the so in your work directory (by ex:
Include the headers which you need in your program and during
compilation link the .so. At the time of this linkage, show well the
complete way of the so (ex: g++ main.o /home/my/libSocket++.so).
the documentation of your programming environment software (Microsoft
Visual C++, devC++, MinGW).
you are not able to serve of this library, and that you think
that this problem is impossible for you; -), we will be
you, for that go on the project
management page header
think of having detected a bugs !
You can defer us these bugs on the project
management page header "bugs". While
explaining at the time of which actions the bugs start.If you can, send to
us code part (or
an example) starting these bugs, which will allow to us
to correct them more quickly.
library is protected by the free protective licence
LGPL (General Lesser
Public License). You
can consult the English text on
Who are the authors ?
make a point of thanking
Flauzac, lecturer at the
Reims Champagne-Ardenne in France, initiator of this project, and only
tester for the moment...