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czmq - Man Page

Overview of The high-level C binding for 0MQ


Project czmq aims to ... (short marketing pitch)

It delivers several programs with their respective man pages: zmakecert.1 and public classes in a shared library: zactor.3 zarmour.3 zcert.3 zcertstore.3 zchunk.3 zclock.3 zconfig.3 zdigest.3 zdir.3 zdir_patch.3 zfile.3 zframe.3 zhash.3 zhashx.3 ziflist.3 zlist.3 zlistx.3 zloop.3 zmsg.3 zpoller.3 zproc.3 zsock.3 zstr.3 ztimerset.3 ztrie.3 zuuid.3 zauth.3 zbeacon.3 zgossip.3 zmonitor.3 zproxy.3 zrex.3 zsys.3

Generally you can compile and link against it like this:

#include <czmq.h>

cc ['flags'] 'files' -lczmq ['libraries']


This is a skeleton document created by zproject, which will not be regenerated automatically (by Makefiles nor project.xml re-parsing). You should add hand-written text here to detail whatever applies to Linux standard manpage Section 7 (note that other OSes may follow a different standard with similar concepts, and extend the recipes to package this document into a different section number):

7 Overview, conventions, and miscellaneous :
    Overviews or descriptions of various topics, conventions
    and protocols, character set standards, the standard
    filesystem layout, and miscellaneous other things.


Something for developers to consider. Note there are separate man pages generated for public classes during build with contents taken from source code comments.


The czmq manual was written by the authors in the AUTHORS file.


Main web site:

Report bugs to the email <zeromq-dev@lists.zeromq.org[1]>





01/24/2024 CZMQ 4.2.1 CZMQ Manual