Server sample using the Socket module which allow client to connect

Redefined classes

redef class Sys

socket :: socket_server $ Sys

The main class of the program.

All class definitions

redef class Sys

socket :: socket_server $ Sys

The main class of the program.
package_diagram socket::socket_server socket_server socket socket socket::socket_server->socket core core socket->core ...core ... ...core->core a_star-m a_star-m a_star-m->socket::socket_server


module abstract_collection

core :: abstract_collection

Abstract collection classes and services.
module abstract_text

core :: abstract_text

Abstract class for manipulation of sequences of characters
module array

core :: array

This module introduces the standard array structure.
module bitset

core :: bitset

Services to handle BitSet
module bytes

core :: bytes

Services for byte streams and arrays
module circular_array

core :: circular_array

Efficient data structure to access both end of the sequence.
module codec_base

core :: codec_base

Base for codecs to use with streams
module codecs

core :: codecs

Group module for all codec-related manipulations
module collection

core :: collection

This module define several collection classes.
module core

core :: core

Standard classes and methods used by default by Nit programs and libraries.
module environ

core :: environ

Access to the environment variables of the process
module error

core :: error

Standard error-management infrastructure.
module exec

core :: exec

Invocation and management of operating system sub-processes.
module file

core :: file

File manipulations (create, read, write, etc.)
module fixed_ints

core :: fixed_ints

Basic integers of fixed-precision
module fixed_ints_text

core :: fixed_ints_text

Text services to complement fixed_ints
module flat

core :: flat

All the array-based text representations
module gc

core :: gc

Access to the Nit internal garbage collection mechanism
module hash_collection

core :: hash_collection

Introduce HashMap and HashSet.
module iso8859_1

core :: iso8859_1

Codec for ISO8859-1 I/O
module kernel

core :: kernel

Most basic classes and methods.
module list

core :: list

This module handle double linked lists
module math

core :: math

Mathematical operations
module native

core :: native

Native structures for text and bytes
module numeric

core :: numeric

Advanced services for Numeric types
module protocol

core :: protocol

module queue

core :: queue

Queuing data structures and wrappers
module range

core :: range

Module for range of discrete objects.
module re

core :: re

Regular expression support for all services based on Pattern
module ropes

core :: ropes

Tree-based representation of a String.
module socket_c

socket :: socket_c

Low-level socket functionalities
module sorter

core :: sorter

This module contains classes used to compare things and sorts arrays.
module stream

core :: stream

Input and output streams of characters
module text

core :: text

All the classes and methods related to the manipulation of text entities
module time

core :: time

Management of time and dates
module union_find

core :: union_find

union–find algorithm using an efficient disjoint-set data structure
module utf8

core :: utf8

Codec for UTF-8 I/O


module socket

socket :: socket

Socket services


module a_star-m


# Server sample using the Socket module which allow client to connect
module socket_server

import socket

if args.is_empty then
	print "Usage : socket_server <port>"

var socket = new TCPServer(args[0].to_i)
socket.listen 1
print "[PORT] : {socket.port.to_s}"

var clients = new Array[TCPStream]
var max = socket
	var fs = new SocketObserver.with_sets(true, true, true)
	fs.read_set.add socket

	for c in clients do fs.read_set.add c

	printn "."
	if, 4, 0) == 0 then
		print "Error occured in select {sys.errno.strerror}"

	if fs.read_set.has(socket) then
		var ns = socket.accept
		print "Accepting {ns.address} ... "
		print "[Message from {ns.address}] : {ns.read_line}"
		ns.write "Hello client.\n"
		print "[Message from {ns.address}] : {ns.read_line}"
		ns.write "Bye client.\n"
		print "Closing {ns.address} ..."