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Question about ASIO
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Chao Xiang
2016-07-05 15:33:19 UTC
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I am currently planning to use Boost.asio to implement my asynchronized
network IO programming in c++, but I am confused by the documentation
given, am I supposed to build ASIO sperately and used it as a shared lib?
Or simply use as a header file only lib? And how? Thanks, I'll appreciate
for any answer to my question.
Haiyang Yin
2016-07-05 16:18:38 UTC
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Refer to Using Asio , you don't need any shared lib to use asio. 
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I am currently planning to use Boost.asio to implement my asynchronized network IO programming in c++, but I am confused by the documentation given, am I supposed to build ASIO sperately and used it as a shared lib? Or simply use as a header file only lib? And how? Thanks, I'll appreciate for any answer to my question.
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Chao Xiang
2016-07-06 00:22:20 UTC
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Thanks a lot! I will add my project information to the list as soon as I
finish my project draft.
Post by Haiyang Yin
Refer to Using Asio
<http://think-async.com/Asio/asio-1.10.6/doc/asio/using.html> , you don't
need any shared lib to use asio.
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I am currently planning to use Boost.asio to implement my asynchronized
network IO programming in c++, but I am confused by the documentation
given, am I supposed to build ASIO sperately and used it as a shared lib?
Or simply use as a header file only lib? And how? Thanks, I'll appreciate
for any answer to my question.
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