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minimal_client.hpp
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27 
28 #ifndef WEBSOCKETPP_CONFIG_MINIMAL_CLIENT_HPP
29 #define WEBSOCKETPP_CONFIG_MINIMAL_CLIENT_HPP
30 
31 #include <websocketpp/config/minimal_server.hpp>
32 
33 namespace websocketpp {
34 namespace config {
35 
36 /// Client config with minimal dependencies
37 /**
38  * This config strips out as many dependencies as possible. It is suitable for
39  * use as a base class for custom configs that want to implement or choose their
40  * own policies for components that even the core config includes.
41  *
42  * NOTE: this config stubs out enough that it cannot be used directly. You must
43  * supply at least a transport policy and a cryptographically secure random
44  * number generation policy for a config based on `minimal_client` to do
45  * anything useful.
46  *
47  * Present dependency list for minimal_server config:
48  *
49  * C++98 STL:
50  * <algorithm>
51  * <map>
52  * <sstream>
53  * <string>
54  * <vector>
55  *
56  * C++11 STL or Boost
57  * <memory>
58  * <functional>
59  * <system_error>
60  *
61  * Operating System:
62  * <stdint.h> or <boost/cstdint.hpp>
63  * <netinet/in.h> or <winsock2.h> (for ntohl.. could potentially bundle this)
64  *
65  * @since 0.4.0-dev
66  */
67 typedef minimal_server minimal_client;
68 
69 } // namespace config
70 } // namespace websocketpp
71 
72 #endif // WEBSOCKETPP_CONFIG_MINIMAL_CLIENT_HPP
void handle_accept(connection_ptr con, lib::error_code const &ec)
Handler callback for start_accept.