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- Subject: Re: Lua Socket
- From: Duck <duck@...>
- Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2007 21:53:30 +1000 (EST)
still, for most projects, i'm more and more turning to DJ. Bernstein's
tools (like PA mentioned).
If you want something slightly simpler (and/or if you have, errr, issues
with Professor Bernstein's, hmmmm, personality? licensing? pedagogical
style? sense of self-importance?) you might also consider this handy
utility (Linux/UNIX only, because it fork()s), called "onenetd", because
it's like "inetd" but for one port, one process at a time:
Of course, using this sort of "socketising" tool has some disadvantages,
namely that your software becomes unportable, and that your software
becomes a traditional, old-school non-preforking server, giving the worst
possible performance under load.