I know Mesos uses ZooKeeper and it was written in C++. But, I haven’t looked closely at how they use it.

From: C Scott Andreas [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: June 17, 2014 at 12:30:18 PM
Subject:  ZooKeeper C++ Client  


Is there a modern, tested, and recommended C++ client for interacting with  
ZooKeeper? I've seen a few references around the web to spikes toward an  
implementation and a couple examples on GitHub, but am not aware of many in  
active use. I'd be interested to hear if anyone's aware of current work in  
this area.  

The zkfuse package in contrib wraps the C client but appears purpose-built  
and does not ship with a test suite. Canonical examples of use of the C  
bindings also seem rare; it looks like the docs are marked TBD  
though Flavio's written a very helpful example  
with the O'Reilly book for 3.5.x. If there is not a preferred C++ example,  
is there a particularly high-quality wrapping of the C lib that's  
recommended as a starting point for implementing one?  


– Scott  

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