As  I was updating the getting started guide  it occurred to me that the Channel Archiver service was probably too complicated an example to start with and the old example service in pvIOCCPP is probably out of date and also a bit too complicated .


So I’ve knocked up a quick Hello World example that’s a C++ analogue of the one in exampleJava and put it in exampleCPP with the Channel Archiver Service. I’ve liberally nicked Greg’s comments, bash scripts and readme (I assume you don’t mind me doing this) and the RPC client and server APIs are the same so the two implementations are very similar. Now we have two examples in each language – a hello world and a more substantial, useful example. I’ll link to this to on the webpage and getting started guide when I’ve finished.






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