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Frequently Asked Questions Cygwin x86 64 won't compile simple examples g std c 11 daytime client.cpp D USE W32 SOCKETS D WIN32 WINNT \ /usr/local/lib/libboost ...
Who is using Asio? Here is a list of some projects that are using Asio. If you are using Asio, feel free to add your project's information to this page. Consider including ...
Documentation Latest Stable Release Documentation for Asio version 1.10.6: documentation (non Boost) documentation (non Boost) documentation (Boost ...
Latest Stable Release Asio version 1.10.6 http://think async.com/Asio/asio 1.10.6/doc/asio/history.html#asio.history.asio 1 10 6 Release notes (non ...
New! No external dependencies With C 11, most of Asio can be used without any extra dependencies. More... Who is using Asio? Add your project here! Asio ...
Latest Development Release Asio version 1.11.0 http://think async.com/asio/asio 1.11.0/doc/asio/history.html#asio.history.asio 1 11 0 Release notes ...
Downloading Asio Download asio from SourceForge.
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Tips and Tricks Consider using std::vector for buffers over raw arrays and boost::array A buffer variable for use with read and write operations could be defined ...
Standalone Asio When using a C 11 compiler, most of Asio may now be used without a dependency on Boost header files or libraries. To use Asio in this way, define ...
Asio and Boost.Asio Asio comes in two variants: (non Boost) Asio and Boost.Asio. The differences between the two are outlined below. What are the differences in the ...
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Source Code Repositories Asio is hosted on GitHub. Boost.Asio is checked into subversion repository.
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Example of building async active object Here's more complex example of building communicating objects on the top of Boost.Asio (Boost C Libraries). https://sourceforge ...
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A guide to getting started with boost::asio GameDev
Supported Platforms The following platforms and compilers have been tested: Win32 and Win64 using Visual C 7.1, 8.0, 9.0 and 10.0. Win32 using MinGW. ...
DanDutrow 12 Oct 2010 In cygwin, when compiling any code that includes the boost1.43 version of the header, using the following command g D USE W32 SOCKETS c ...
Linux Performance Improvements This page documents progress on a project to improve Asio performance on Linux 2.6.x. Goal The goal of this project is to improve the ...
Commercial Support Please contact the author of Asio, Chris Kohlhoff ( chris@kohlhoff.com ), for support options including bespoke software development, design consultation ...
MaratAbrarov?

Wishlist Threading Building Blocks integration where io service uses tasks instead of a thread pool. ACE like WFMO reactor as the backend for Win9x and WinCE (especially ...
Asynchronous Fork/Join
Recipes A thread pool for executing arbitrary tasks Create an io service : asio::io service io service; and some work to stop its run() function from exiting ...
License Asio is released under the Software License.
Mailing List A mailing list specifically for Asio may be found on SourceForge.net. Newsgroup access is provided via Gmane.
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