Example unix socket echo server

AJ ONeal coolaj86 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 17:03:35 CET 2010

Thank you for the link, but this is beyond my current scope of
I was hoping for a simple example.

I'm trying to start out small and learn my way up.

Things like this and the dns example are a bit too heavy for me to able to
bite off in a chunk, digest, and take the next bite.

If I also had a call graph, that would help a lot with an example like this,
but on it's own there are just too many layers to jump back and forth
between to understand what's going on.

Do you happen to have a doxygen/dot (or other) call graph for this code?

AJ ONeal

On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 9:03 AM, common at gmx.ch <common at gmx.ch> wrote:

> AJ ONeal wrote:
>> Thanks.
>> I'll keep playing with mine to see if I can get it right, but please show
>> me yours as soon as you have it up.
> It's part of a larger project, it does
>  * tcp
>  * udp
>  * tls (via nonblocking openssl)
>  * IPV4 & IPv6
>  * unix domain sockets
>  * client & server
>  * rate limiting (in & out) per connection
>  * resolve domains inline & nonblocking, so you can just
> connection_connect("example.com",80);
> and provides timeouts for almost everything you want to be able to control,
> listen, idle, sustain, accept, handshake for ssl
> http://src.carnivore.it/dionaea/tree/src/connection.c
> Markus
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