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Re: [Libssh] [PATCH 1/2] Add a generic way to handle sockets asynchronously.

I didn't even notice any long lines, but I'm also using thunderbird.

Btw I forgot to ask about what you mean with libgnet? Do you mean the deprecated GNetLibrary <http://live.gnome.org/GNetLibrary>? Or the new GIO <http://library.gnome.org/devel/gio/unstable/ch01.html>? It's mostly designed for file systems (VFS). Libssh could be build on top of just glib (no gio or gobject) and bindings could be created for gio and gobject to get VFS and language bindings support.

best regards,

On 07/02/2009 10:50 PM, Aris Adamantiadis wrote:
Excuse me for the long lines, I still don't understand why thundirbird doesn't always split the long lines in my emails.


Aris Adamantiadis a écrit :

I will lie if I never though of that possibility. I have even though of rewriting libssh in C++ using a decent OOP model.

But there is the problem of dependancies which unfortunately are really a problem for a small project like libssh. If we play well, libssh could be integrated in major IO toolkits like glibnet, QT, apache IO library, others, ...

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