cppzmq is a C++ binding for libzmq. It has the following design goals: * cppzmq maps the libzmq C API to C++ concepts. In particular: - it is type-safe (the libzmq C API exposes various class-like concepts as void*) - it provides exception-based error handling (the libzmq C API provides errno-based error handling) - it provides RAII-style classes that automate resource management (the libzmq C API requires the user to take care to free resources explicitly) * cppzmq is a light-weight, header-only binding. You only need to include the header file zmq.hpp (and maybe zmq_addon.hpp) to use it. * zmq.hpp is meant to contain direct mappings of the abstractions provided by the libzmq C API, while zmq_addon.hpp provides additional higher-level abstractions.
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