[Ndn-interest] Can I run NDN without boost?

Tai-Lin Chu tailinchu at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 11:22:46 PDT 2015

go-ndn provides an alternative ndn implementation in go.

The key benefits are:
* really short build time (1 sec)
* easy deployment with static compilation
* concurrency support (go-nfd is ~24x faster than nfd)
* compatible with all other ndn tools

[1]project readme and install guide: https://github.com/go-ndn/ndn
[2]example: https://github.com/go-ndn/example
[3]go-nfd: https://github.com/go-ndn/nfd
[4]ndn app framework: https://github.com/go-ndn/mux

On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 7:15 AM, AnChe Kuo <schwannden at gmail.com> wrote:
> Boost has been a major pain for running NDN-related libraries and
> applications in different platform. Compiling and installing Boost in
> various platform is hard to maintain...
> (Is it just for me? or any one else agree.... )
> I am really curious on why the NDN community choose to rely so heavily on
> Boost? What is the benefit with using Boost?
> --
> Best Wishes,
> 郭安哲
> Kuo, AnChe(Schwannden)
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