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I was wondering if there is a way to support in your great module a support for Netstring format for both Server and Client side with TCP interface.
My issue is that I'm trying to communicate to a client/server tcp lib written in C++ (anyrpc) by using your server/client (with tcp interface). But it looks there is no standard way to communicate in TCP way. And unfortunetly, the lib written in C++ use a Netstring format to communicate with others. anyrpc server waits for a request in Netstring format and anyrpc client sends request in Netstring format. So When I'm trying to use your lib to communicate with anyrpc tcp clients/servers , it fails.
Is there a clean way to add an option in your client/server to encapsulate the data (received and sent by the server/client) in Netstring format ?
Thank you very much for your answer.
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Thanks, but support for Netstring is something you should be able to implement by subclassing TcpServer and TcpClient quite easily. It is not going into core, but if you are able I suggest you release it as a plugin named something like "jayson-netstring" or some such. If you do this I can link to it from the README.