Any objects?
Tyler Wrobel

Unreasonable or not? Do you think using an fstream and read write functions in place of websockets in a javascript/c++ based serverside utility would be extreme? In essence all code compiles down to one set of executable instruction code at a time, so would it be ridiculous or efficient to bypass any third party extensions of either language to create a pipe in between the two by just using file io?

Also, ment to label this thread Any objections?, typo.

Chris Katko

I honestly can't tell what you're asking. Can you re-write that a little?

Tyler Wrobel

Do you think using an fstream and read write functions in place of websockets in a javascript/c++ based serverside utility would be extreme? In essence all code compiles down to one set of executable instruction code at a time, so would it be ridiculous or efficient to bypass any third party extensions of either language to create a pipe in between the two by just using file io and a c++ application on the server side to serve up information?

amarillion

sounds like premature optimization to me.

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