package neko.netAvailable on macro, neko
This class enables you to quickly create a custom server that can serve several clients in parallel. This server is using a single thread and process so the server itself processing is not parallel. Non-blocking sockets are used to ensure that a slow client does not block the others.
Creates a server instance. The
newData methods must return the data associated with the Client.
This is the value of number client requests that the server socket listen for. By default this number is 10 but can be increased for servers supporting a large number of simultaneous requests.
clientDisconnected (d:ClientData ):Void
This method is called after a client has been disconnected.
This method can be used instead of writing directly to the socket. It ensures that all the data is correctly sent. If an error occurs while sending the data, no exception will occur but the client will be gracefully disconnected.
Closes the client connection and removes it from the client List.
Called when an error occurred. This enable you to log the error somewhere. By default the error is displayed using
processClientData (d:ClientData, buf:Bytes, bufpos:Int, buflen:Int):Int
This method is called when some data has been read into a Client buffer. If the data can be handled, then you can return the number of bytes handled that needs to be removed from the buffer. It the data can't be handled (some part of the message is missing for example), returns 0.
Run the server. This function should never return.
update method is called after each socket event has been processed or when
updateTime has been reached. It can be used to perform time-regular tasks such as pings. By default
updateTime is set to one second.
static DEFAULT_BUFSIZE:Int = 128
Each client has an associated buffer. This is the initial buffer size which is set to 128 bytes by default.
static MAX_BUFSIZE:Int = (1 << 16)
Each client has an associated buffer. This is the maximum buffer size which is set to 64K by default. When that size is reached and some data can't be processed, the client is disconnected.
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