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yedf authored 2016-08-14 19:47 . update readme

handyBuild Status

中文版

A C++11 non-blocking network library

multi platform support

  • Linux: ubuntu14 64bit g++4.8.1 tested

  • MacOSX: LLVM version 6.1.0 tested

elegant program exit

programmer can write operations for exit

can use valgrind to check memory leak

high performance

  • use epoll on Linux

  • use kqueue on MacOSX

performance report

elegant

only 10 lines can finish a complete server

sample --echo-server

#include <handy/handy.h>
using namespace handy;

int main(int argc, const char* argv[]) {
    EventBase base;
    Signal::signal(SIGINT, [&]{ base.exit(); });
    TcpServerPtr svr = TcpServer::startServer(&base, "", 99);
    exitif(svr == NULL, "start tcp server failed");
    svr->onConnRead([](const TcpConnPtr& con) {
        con->send(con->getInput());
    });
    base.loop();
}

half sync half async pattern

processing I/O asynchronously and Request synchronously can greatly simplify the coding of business processing

example can be found examples/hsha.cc

openssl supported

asynchronously handle the openssl connection. if you have installed openssl, then make will automatically download handy-ssl. ssl support files are in handy-ssl because of license.

###protobuf supported

examples can be found in directory protobuf

###Installation

make && make install

###contents

  • handy--------handy library
  • examples----
  • ssl------------openssl support and examples
  • protobuf-----protobuf support and examples
  • test-----------handy test case

###hand book

license

Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be found in the License file.

email

dongfuye@163.com

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