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(This is file $Id: README 80826 2008-03-04 14:51:23Z wotte $) The files in this directory contain the source code from the book ``C++ Network Programming: Systematic Reuse with ACE and Frameworks'' (C++NPv2) by Douglas C. Schmidt and Stephen D. Huston (Addison-Wesley 2001, ISBN 0-201-79525-6). We have compiled and run these files on the following platforms: Sun Solaris 8 on SPARC using Sun Forte 6. Redhat Linux 7.1 using g++ 2.96. Microsoft Windows 2000 using Microsoft Visual C++ 6. You must have the ACE_ROOT environment variable set correctly to build these examples. ACE_ROOT must refer to the top-level ACE_wrappers directory. Please see $ACE_ROOT/ACE-INSTALL.html for instructions on how to build the ACE toolkit. Mapping Source Files to Book Chapters ------------------------------------- The files in this directory map to the chapters in C++NPv2 as follows: Chapter 3 Logging_Acceptor.cpp Logging_Acceptor.h Logging_Acceptor_Ex.h Logging_Event_Handler.cpp Logging_Event_Handler.h Logging_Event_Handler_Ex.cpp Logging_Event_Handler_Ex.h Logging_Handler.cpp Logging_Handler.h Reactor_Logging_Server.cpp Reactor_Logging_Server_T.h Reactor_Logging_Server_T.cpp Chapter 4 Select_Reactor_Logging_Server.cpp TP_Reactor_Logging_Server.cpp WFMO_Reactor_Logging_Server.cpp Chapter 5 Configurable_Logging_Server.cpp Reactor_Logging_Server_Adapter.cpp Reactor_Logging_Server_Adapter.h Service_Reporter.cpp Service_Reporter.h Server_Shutdown.cpp SLD.cpp SLDEX_export.h SLD_export.h SLDex.cpp Chapter 6 Client_Logging_Daemon.cpp CLD_export.h TPLS_export.h TP_Logging_Server.cpp TP_Logging_Server.h Chapter 7 AC_CLD_export.h AC_Client_Logging_Daemon.cpp SR_Configurable_Logging_Server.cpp TPC_Logging_Server.cpp TPC_Logging_Server.h TPCLS_export.h Chapter 8 AIO_CLD_export.h AIO_Client_Logging_Daemon.cpp Chapter 9 display_logfile.cpp Microsoft Visual C++ users: --------------------------- The examples.dsw file is a Microsoft Visual C++ workspace file that contains projects for the individual programs. You can either build them separately, or use the Batch Build command to build multiple projects at once. All other users: ---------------- Assuming that your system is configured correctly, you should be able to type % make to compile all of the programs, and % make clean to remove all the files that were generated during compilation. There are also individual Makefiles for each separate example program. These makefiles have a ".mak" suffix. For example, display_logfile.mak is the makefile for the display_logfile program. All of the files in these directories are copyright Addison Wesley, and they come with absolutely no warranty whatsoever. Permission is hereby granted to use these programs for educational or commercial purposes.