|author||Hao Chen <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Mon May 04 13:17:43 2020 -0700|
|committer||Hao Chen <email@example.com>||Mon May 04 13:17:43 2020 -0700|
CMake: Give a binary dir to cares library So that we can add the cares source from outside of the grpc root. Bug: 155491613 Test: build Change-Id: Ic1464afdf609513586602621510a5e7e894f9613
gRPC is a modern, open source, high-performance remote procedure call (RPC) framework that can run anywhere. It enables client and server applications to communicate transparently, and makes it easier to build connected systems.
To maximize usability, gRPC supports the standard way of adding dependencies in your language of choice (if there is one). In most languages, the gRPC runtime comes in form of a package available in your language's package manager.
For instructions on how to use the language-specific gRPC runtime in your project, please refer to these documents
go get google.golang.org/grpc
npm install grpc
gRPC-ProtoRPCdependency to podspec
pecl install grpc
pip install grpcio
gem install grpc
Precompiled bleeding-edge package builds of gRPC
HEAD are uploaded daily to packages.grpc.io.
Contributions are welcome!
Please read How to contribute which will guide you through the entire workflow of how to build the source code, how to run the tests and how to contribute your changes to the gRPC codebase. The document also contains info on how the contributing process works and contains best practices for creating contributions.
Sometimes things go wrong. Please check out the Troubleshooting guide if you are experiencing issues with gRPC.
See Performance dashboard for the performance numbers for the latest released version.
See gRPC Concepts
This repository contains source code for gRPC libraries for multiple languages written on top of shared C core library src/core.
Libraries in different languages may be in different states of development. We are seeking contributions for all of these libraries.
|Shared C [core library]||src/core|