The details of that are in the zerotier branch, which contains both the
transport implementation, as well as a test suite (zt.c). The ZT transport
is still quite experimental.
On Mon, Sep 25, 2017 at 1:54 PM omid shahraki <dreamstechgroup@xxxxxxxxx>
Thank you for progress and efforts. Maybe this is not a right question in
this place. But, ...
As I know, there is a rfc in nanomsg about sp protocol over ZeroTier. But,
there is no use case and example to demonstrate it. Would you please
provide a test suite for it?
On 25 Sep 2017 19:25, "Garrett D'Amore" <garrett@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
For folks using the “new style” API in the experimental nng library, I
wanted to give a brief heads up about some API changes that I expect will
The most significant of these is that the option API will be changing to
reference options by “string” rather than integer. Right now the integers
are for some options dynamically determined, but this is kind of awkward,
and a PITA frankly. So we’re just going to do them by names directly.
The other changes, probably somewhat further out, are around the event
API. I may well scrap the external facing API there and replace it with
the much nicer AIO framework I’ve built. In my own experience, this works
better, and I think it will actually be *faster* to boot.
None of this affects the nanomsg legacy compatibility API, or libnanomsg
itself, of course.