Developing a client in C or C++

2011-09-19
2012-12-10
  • Michael Schloh von Bennewitz

    Hello folks,

    What is the recommended way to start developing a new anyRemote client in C or C++? Since only the anyRemote server is written in ISO C it seems that examining the server code would provide the best clues as how to proceed writing a client, right?

    What does the (client) source code look like to simply connect to the anyRemote server over TCP/IP sockets?

     
  • Mike

    Mike - 2011-09-20

    Yes.
    As a pattern for anyRemote C client You can use anyremote2html python script.

     
  • Michael Schloh von Bennewitz

    Okay, after looking at anyremote2html there are nearly no comments at all in it.

    I see two classes:

    class arHandler(BaseHTTPRequestHandler)
    class arConverter(threading.Thread)
    

    What do they do? It looks like arConverter is HTML specific meaning I can ignore it when writing a client using the anyremote socket protocol (not HTTP.)

    Is there any protocol or API documentation that helps to write a easy 'Hello World' type of anyremote client?

     

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