I don't think I totally get it.
My question was to ask why does anyone need to write 'shared-memory' access to
call the corresponding binary API for each and every feature set that one is
If there is a direct client library available, then it would be much easy to
call the direct feature API and get going with this API stuff.
Could you please throw some light on this?
On 4/8/18, 5:39 PM, "email@example.com on behalf of Jim Thompson"
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> On Apr 8, 2018, at 7:00 PM, Gudimetla, Leela Sankar <lgudi...@ciena.com>
> Why does the VPP not provide a client library to access the APIs instead
of writing code to call each API ?
src/vpp-api/vom/ is a C++ wrapper.
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