second-transfer: Second Transfer HTTP/2 web server

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Second Transfer HTTP/2 web server

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Dependencies attoparsec (>=0.12), base (>=4.7 && <=4.9), base16-bytestring (>=0.1.1), binary (>=, bytestring (>=0.10.4), conduit (>=1.2.4 && <1.3), containers (>=0.5.5), exceptions (==0.8.*), hashable (>=1.2), hashtables (==1.2.*), hslogger (>=1.2.6), http2 (>=0.7), lens (>=4.7), network (==2.6.*), network-uri (==2.6.*), text (==1.2.*), time (>=1.5.0 && <1.8), transformers (>=0.3 && <=0.5) [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright Copyright 2015, Alcides Viamontes Esquivel
Author Alcides Viamontes Esquivel
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Uploaded by dsign at Fri Jun 12 11:39:36 UTC 2015
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This is an early-stage and very experimental library to create HTTP/2 servers using Haskell.

To see the package docs, please check the Hackage page or the file hs-src/SecondTransfer.hs.

Building and installing

You need Haskell GHC compiler installed (version 7.8.3 at least). You also need OpenSSL 1.0.2, since the ALPN feature and some very recent cypher-suites are needed by HTTP/2. this source distribution will try to find them at
directory /opt/openssl-1.0.2, but you should be able to alter the options using cabal configure. This package uses Haskell's FFI to interface with OpenSSL.

Provided that you have all the dependencies, you should be able to just do:

$ cabal install second-transfer

Running the tests

$ cabal test


There is a very basic example at tests/tests-hs-src/compiling_ok.hs.



  • Version 0.1: Having something that can run. No unit-testing, nothing fancy.

  • Version 0.2: Absolutely minimal amount of unit tests.

  • Version 0.3: More sensible logging.


  • Better examples.

  • Epoll I/O management

  • Benchmarking.