A header-only memcache client for C++ leveraging the Boost C++ Library.
You can download memcache++ from the project downloads page.
You can also clone this project with Git by running:
$ git clone git://github.com/mikhailberis/memcachepp
You can read the documentation for different versions of memcache++ through the following links:
On Hacking Memcache++:
- When you find a bug, write a unit test to reproduce the bug then make sure that any fixes will not cause regressions to earlier marked passing tests.
- Send email to email@example.com for feature requests and patches.
- Go to http://github.com/mikhailberis/memcachepp and fork it.
- Implement your stuff on your own port, then when you’re ready submit a pull request.
On Testing Memcache++:
- You need at least 4 running instances of memcached on the local machine to run the tests. The provided test-setup.sh script assumes you have memcached installed and available from the path. To run it, you need administrator privileges on the local machine.
- Invoking ‘bjam’ in the home directory will require that you have properly installed and set up the Boost.Build version 2 build system on your machine, and the BOOST_ROOT environment variable defined to point to the Boost C++ Library distribution root directory.
- If you prefer CMake, you can also choose to build using your native Build Tool of choice by generating the project build files using CMake (at least version 2.6).
On Installing Memcache++:
Memcache++ is header-only, meaning it can be made part of the application you’re building. This requires though that at build-time, the Boost C++ Library 1.44 or a checkout of the Boost subversion trunk is accessible.
The required libraries are:
- Boost.Asio (and Boost.System)