C++ Riak client?

Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
Sat Apr 9 12:34:19 EDT 2011

Thanks - are there more details about how that should work or examples anywhere?

On 4/9/11 11:14 AM, Sean Cribbs wrote:
> Assuming you encode your data properly and choose buckets/keys that are URL-safe, there's no reason you can't access it from both interfaces.
> Sean Cribbs<sean at basho.com>
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> On Apr 9, 2011, at 12:10 PM, Les Mikesell wrote:
>> On 4/9/11 10:47 AM, Sean Cribbs wrote:
>>> Because it's being confused in this conversation, I think it merits
>>> clarification -- the "protocol" that is used to talk to Riak and Google's
>>> Protocol Buffers are NOT the same thing. Riak uses a simple length- and
>>> message-code-prefixed binary protocol, in which the complex messages (ones that
>>> have bodies and not just the message code) are serialized via Google's Protocol
>>> Buffers. So, while we don't use the RPC facilities in Google's library, the
>>> *serialization format* DOES use Protocol Buffers.
>>> Sorry for the confusion, we'll work to make that clearer in the wiki.
>> Can you mix/match access to the same buckets/data with the PB and rest protocols if the values are json objects?   For example if you have some high-volume data feeds, could you write with the more efficient PB but read with more generic rest clients?  Or does all access to a bucket have to use the same protocol?
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