Indeed. Pushing/popping frames from the start of the message are very
common operations. It could be useful, if you expand on this, to take
the language from CZMQ (frame vs. message).
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 5:29 PM, Lindley French wrote:
> I'm looking through the zmqpp binding, and I have a question about
> messages. It appears that the zmqpp::message_t structure represents an
> entire message, not just a part of one, and in fact it appears that if
> use the << operator each element becomes a new message part. This is
> However, there doesn't appear to be a way to push or pop a message part
> the front of a message without creating an entirely new message_t and
> the other parts over. This seems like a significant oversight,
> how often zmq likes to prepend parts to messages for various reasons.
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