|Author||Brodie Thiesfield [code at jellycan dot com]|
A basic C++ client for a memcached server.
This client was designed for use with Windows software but with some tweaking there is no reason that it shouldn't also build on posix systems.
The following steps are required to use MemCacheClient.
Create an instance of the MemCacheClient object.
MemCacheClient * pClient = new MemCacheClient;
Add some servers to the client.
Make a request.
MemCacheClient::MemRequest req; req.mKey = "datakey"; req.mData.WriteBytes("foobar", 5); pClient->Add(req); if (req.mResult == MCERR_OK) ...
See the protocol document for memcached at: http://code.sixapart.com/svn/memcached/trunk/server/doc/protocol.txt
The included MD5 library is from the LUA project: http://www.keplerproject.org/md5/ MD5 was designed and implemented by Roberto Ierusalimschy and Marcela Ozorio Suarez. The implementation is not derived from licensed software. The DES 56 C library was implemented by Stuart Levy and uses a MIT licence too.
The licence text below is the boilerplate "MIT Licence" used from: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
Copyright (c) 2008, Brodie Thiesfield
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