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by AjK
03 Sep 2014, 01:02
Forum: Contributors
Topic: ServerApplication oddity
Replies: 4
Views: 2489

Re: ServerApplication oddity

Alex, Guenter Thanks for the reply, I will follow that route. In fact I just forked it and cloned to my Linux and Windows machines (I usually start with Linux as it's just easy to get stuff done). As normal, first step is to run a clean build with passing unit tests. While they are off doing that (t...
by AjK
30 Aug 2014, 21:48
Forum: Contributors
Topic: ServerApplication oddity
Replies: 4
Views: 2489

ServerApplication oddity

Hello Looking to try to get a very minor contrib in. Basically I recently wrote a small proof of concept program in C using libevent for the Windows platform. All went well and so I decided to switch to Poco/C++ Again, all was going well until I reached the main loop. In the C program in main() it r...
by AjK
23 Oct 2012, 17:47
Forum: Contributors
Topic: Moving to GitHub!
Replies: 11
Views: 7760

Re: Moving to GitHub!

Alex, Thanks for the links and advice. I've had a read and am going to plan out how to go about doing the work. Although I have years experience with epoll/kqueue et al, I've only been working with Poco for a few months (and not in it's Net code). So my first point to to grok the current code first ...
by AjK
22 Oct 2012, 11:52
Forum: Contributors
Topic: Moving to GitHub!
Replies: 11
Views: 7760

Re: Moving to GitHub!

Hi Alex (et al) I've just been over to Github ( https://github.com/pocoproject ) and can't see any repos yet. Is this still work in progress? And, since this is my first post I better introduce myself. I'm looking to do some refactoring of Pocos use of epoll in the socket layer, specifically, avoid ...

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