MongoDB C Driver
This is a very basic MongoDB C driver. The goal is to be super strict for ultimate portability, no dependencies, and generic embeddability.
Until the 1.0 release, this driver should be considered alpha. Keep in mind that the API will be in flux until then.
Please post tickets and improvements to JIRA.
You'll need JSON-C to compile all the unit tests, but it's not required for the main libraries.
First checkout the version you want to build. For example, to build version 0.3, run:
git checkout v0.3
Then follow the build steps below.
Building with scons:
scons # this will produce libbson.a and libmongoc.a scons --c99 # this will use c99 mode in gcc (recommended)
Building with gcc:
gcc --std=c99 -Isrc src/*.c YOUR_APP.c # No -Ddefines are needed in c99 mode on little endien
Running the tests
Make sure that you're running mongod on localhost on the default port (27017). The replica set test assumes a replica set with at least three nodes running on localhost and starting at port (30000).
To compile and run the tests: scons test
You may optionally specify a remote server: scons test --test-server=184.108.40.206
You may also specify an alternate starting port for the replica set members: scons test --test-server=220.127.116.11 --seed-start-port=40000
Building with MSVC:
(Note: you must use the same flags to compile all apps and libs): MONGO_BIG_ENDIAN This must be defined if on a big endian architecture
one of these (defaults to unsigned char if neither is defined):
MONGO_HAVE_BOOL Define this if your compiler has a plain 'bool' type MONGO_HAVE_STDBOOL Define this if you must include <stdbool.h> to get 'bool'
one of these (required if not using c99):
MONGO_HAVE_STDINT Define this if you have <stdint.h> for int64_t MONGO_HAVE_UNISTD Define this if you have <unistd.h> for int64_t MONGO_USEINT64 Define this if 'int64' is your compiler's 64bit type (MSVC) MONGO_USE_LONG_LONG_INT Define this if 'long long int' is your compiler's 64bit type
The driver uses an exception system based on cexcept. If you would like to gracefully handle errors, take a look at src/mongo_except.h. It is currently only used for network failures, but more errors will be used in the future.
building on windows more documentation checking for $err in query results query helper for sort and hint explain and profiler helpers safe-mode modifications (maybe) cached ensure_index (maybe)
Gergely Nagy - Non-null-terminated string support.
Unless otherwise specified in a source file, sources in this repository are published under the terms of the Apache License version 2.0, a copy of which is in this repository as APACHE-2.0.txt.