[zeromq-dev] RFC:5/ZDCF work

Wes Young wes at barely3am.com
Sat Feb 11 21:10:51 CET 2012


"To make the C examples easier to write and read, I've taken the hash and list container classes from the ZFL project, and renamed them as [zlist and zhash, as we did with zmsg. In any modern language you can of course use built-in containers."

yea, i literally *just* got to that point :)

I cleaned zfl up a little yesterday (in a fork). Only really needed to remove zthread since it's in czmq, other than that it compiled a-OK. I think I get where you're going, and now that I read through the majordomo stuff, makes sense. I could see that library splitting out into a few other minors (config, devices, protocols, etc..), but dunno how it'll look till i finish the guide and the tls bindings (started hacking around with the internal socket FD calls and the gnutls wrapper functions a bit).

there are some weird spots in the guide that are a little dated (references to zlist and zhash to zfl, etc) fwiw.

On 2012-02-11, at 1:56 PM, Pieter Hintjens wrote:

> Yes, and zdevices. zfl needs cleaning up because a lot of the core was
> refactored into CZMQ. But I think it's sensible, a richer library on
> top of CZMQ that offers what services need. There are a few things I'd
> like to add, like UDP discovery.


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