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Re: writing plugin with .net language (C#)


sorry guys, i'm a bit confuse about c++ and c

i'm reading your fastbit udf code

at /fb_udf.h
you have a C code, right?
and at fb_udf.cpp a c++ code

you can mix c and c++ at the same code?

at udf.h
what this do?

extern "C" { "
those functions should be undestood as "C" instead of "C++", or compiler
should "export" those c++ function to "C" "code", or something related to C
and namespaces ?

sorry it's not mysql specific but i'm not finding some C++ plugins examples

2015-09-21 13:43 GMT-03:00 Roberto Spadim <roberto@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> :D nice
> what i will is something like:
> 1) a plugin daemon that receive a tcp/ip connection with a double linked
> list "feed" (something like:  clear list, delete from position x to y,
> delete position x, insert at position x, update position x, move position x
> to y)
> 2) save this feed to a myisam/spider/innodb/anyother engine (i'm thinking
> about using a mysql handler api) (i didn't check how it works, but i think
> handler sock use it)
> 3) keep the double linked list at memory (reconstruct the list when server
> shutdown, maybe make some snapshots to avoid a long reconstruct, something
> like after X lines of feed, save the list, or after x minutes)
> 4) a engine to read the double linked list at memory (i don't know yet how
> do this, but i will need some control about reading a shared memory, how to
> access this shared memory from daemon plugin using storage engine)
> 5) a engine to read information about what daemon is doing (like 4)
> 6) at same plugin daemon, create a tcp/ip connection to "export" the same
> feed to others users (just a proxy, not a big problem)
> at top level i think i will have 1 daemon plugin + 1 storage engine plugin
> i'm thinking about c++ 11 cause it have double linked lists, threads,
> atomic, sockets, and i dont need others libs (maybe i'm wrong, but that was
> my first impression about c++11)
> 2015-09-21 13:34 GMT-03:00 Justin Swanhart <greenlion@xxxxxxxxx>:
>> Hi,
>> My fastbit UDF use C++ 11 no problem.
>> https://github.com/greenlion/FastBit_UDF
>> On Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 11:52 PM, Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi, Roberto!
>>> On Sep 18, Roberto Spadim wrote:
>>> > guys , i'm still with doubts... but not more about c#, now about c++
>>> > i was thinking about rewrite the code with c++
>>> >
>>> > my doubt is.... could i use C++ 11 ? or i will have problem with
>>> mariadb
>>> > makefiles etc etc?
>>> Sure, you  can use any language you want, C++11 is perfectly fine too.
>>> cmake doesn't care.
>>> Regards,
>>> Sergei
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