TACO is a toolkit for building distributed control systems or any other distributed system. It is based on a C/C++ core. It is based on the client-server model. It supports writing clients and server on Unix+Windows. Clients and servers can be written in
Cross-platform lightweight components
XPLC (cross-platform lightweight components) is a component system that provide extensibility and reusability both inside and between applications, being portable across platforms and languages, easy to use and having the lowest possible overhead.
Is there a widly used library for C, yes, it is Posix C. And Is there a widly used library for C++ and distribution work, no, there is not. Some C++ classlib failed. We plan to build a multiple purpose middleware library, this library is writing in corba
Gigabyte-scale persistent object Store in C++. Able to intern and persist arbitrary ELF loadble objects. Convenient class library (Lists, Strings, Dicts, Namespaces, etc.) optimised for spatial locality of reference. Virtual machine toolkit.