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How can I use asio library as standalone? [closed]

asked 2021-01-26 01:51:31 -0500

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updated 2021-01-27 07:46:07 -0500

Hi all, I try to use Boost/asio library in my project. To do so, I did some configurations in my system.(You can see what I did via: A)

But then, I realized that I can actually use asio library as standalone instead of using it in Boost framework. I have two computer right now and I already applied this A technic to one of them. And It works fine in fact. I can communicate with a PLC using TCP/IP protocol now. But I got some cautions for using Atechnic. So, I work on applying this technic ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hNdk... ) to my other computer. (In the video, specially 2:24 ~ 5:16)

I downloaded asio as standalone just like said in the video. But I don't know how I can do the process that being done between 4:33 and 5:16 in the ROS. I think, this issue is about adding an external library to a system. Should I link to asio to my IDE or just my program directly using some codes in CMakeList. And more important how?

A:https://answers.ros.org/question/369838/i-cant-use-boostasio-library-properly/

Both of my computer use same set-up --> UBUNTU 16.04 - Kinetic - Ros1. I use Visual Studio as IDE.

Thank You!

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answered 2021-02-01 00:21:58 -0500

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Hi all, I found the solution of the problem. Please see the following link to see my quick solution. https://answers.ros.org/question/3704...

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Please don't create 3 posts for one problem in the future. (+1 for linking to the solution in the other post)

crnewton gravatar image crnewton  ( 2021-02-01 01:54:53 -0500 )edit

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