I have a project I am working on. I use a library that is on GitHub. Normally I have been using this library via Maven. However there are some bugs in the library so I would like to include this library in my repo so I can modify it. I then build the library myself.
I am using a custom network protocol library. This library is built on tcp/ip and is supposedly to be used in high frequency messaging. It is a non blocking library and uses callbacks as interface to integrate with the caller.
I am no high performance expert, and that is why i decided to ask this question here.
I am making an rpm of my shared library. In the .spec file, I am writing the normal install commands in %install part ,making some soft links, running ldconfig on %post and %postun. I am not building library in rpm because I already have compiled and stripped library with me.
I have a huge static library that has tons of references to boost and Qt libraries. Let's call it libX.a Lately I tried to create a small db access library, but I had to use some functionality that I already implemented in my huge static library. I went on and used the static library reference in the shared library project and created the shared library without a problem, it linked fine.
I have been looking at the TDS++ library by Raketforskning.com to access MS SQL Server instance from a Linux box on my network. This library is based on Mickael Faivre-Macon's CTLib C++ which in turn uses FreeTDS.
I would like to know if this library is still being maintained. Several links on the website are broken and their email addresses are bouncing back.