Asio C++ library

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Asio C++ library
Original author(s) Christopher M. Kohlhoff
Stable release 1.10.1 / November 15, 2013; 4 months ago (2013-11-15)
Development status Active
Written in C++
Type library or framework
License Boost Software License
Website http://think-async.com

Asio is a freely available, open source, cross-platform C++ library for network programming. It provides developers with a consistent asynchronous I/O model using a modern C++ approach. Boost.Asio was accepted into the Boost library on 30 December 2005 after a 20-day review. The library has been developed by Christopher M. Kohlhoff since 2003. A networking proposal based on Asio was submitted to the C++ standards committee in 2006 for possible inclusion in the second Technical Report on C++ Library Extensions (TR2).[1]

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  1. ^ C++ TR2 Networking Library Proposal

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