|Maintainer||Stefan Schmidt (email@example.com)|
Version : 0.1
The Server-Module for the Holumbus framework.
It contains the lowlevel functions, like the socket handling (opening,
reading, writing, ...).
|All data, that is needed to address a socket.
Contains the hostname and the portNumber.
|:: ServerDispatcher||dispatcher function
|-> PortNumber||start port number
|-> PortNumber||end port number
|-> IO (Maybe (ThreadId, HostName, PortNumber))|
|Creates a new (unix-)socket and starts the listener in its own thread.
You'll get the threadId of the listener Thread, so you can kill it.
It is also possible to give a range of PortNumbers on which the socket
will be opened. The first portnumber available will be taken.
|Send the query to a server and merge the result with the global result.
|Puts a bytestring to a handle. But to make the reading easier, we write
the length of the data as a message-header to the handle, too.
|Reads data from a stream. We define, that the first line of the message
is the message header which tells us how much bytes we have to read.
|Produced by Haddock version 2.6.1|