lev VS libev

Compare lev vs libev and see what are their differences.


Lightweight C++ wrapper for LibEvent 2 API (by YasserAsmi)


Full-featured high-performance event loop loosely modelled after libevent (by enki)
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lev libev
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0.0 0.0
about 4 years ago about 1 year ago
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MIT License GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


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What are some alternatives?

When comparing lev and libev you can also consider the following projects:

libuv - Cross-platform asynchronous I/O

libevent - Event notification library

Boost.Asio - Asio C++ Library

C++ Actor Framework - An Open Source Implementation of the Actor Model in C++

uvw - Header-only, event based, tiny and easy to use libuv wrapper in modern C++ - now available as also shared/static library!

Dasynq - Thread-safe cross-platform event loop library in C++

packio - An asynchronous msgpack-RPC and JSON-RPC library built on top of Boost.Asio.