named-pipe

Bindings for named pipes
README

Named pipes are used on Windows for local (and remote) IPC. Where a Unix
system would use a Unix domain socket, a Windows system will probably used
a named pipe.

Example

To build:

oasis setup
make

To run a server:

./_build/src/pipecat.native -l \\\\.\\pipe\\mynamedpipe

To run a client:

./_build/src/pipecat.native \\\\.\\pipe\\mynamedpipe

Notes

Named pipes have a number of significant differences to Unix domain sockets
to be careful. These bindings attempt to disable remote connections and
disable security context impersonation but there may be other issues.

Install
Maintainers
Sources
named-pipe-0.4.0.tbz
md5=ec3a7aaec3cc0efd6560dd1668da6def
Dependencies
alcotest
with-test & >= "0.4.0"
lwt
>= "2.4.7" & < "5.0.0"
ocb-stubblr
build & >= "0.1.0"
topkg
build & >= "0.8.1"
ocamlbuild
build & >= "0.9.3"
ocaml
>= "3.12.1"
Reverse Dependencies
protocol-9p
= "0.5.2" | >= "0.7.2" & < "0.12.1"
vpnkit
< "0.2.0"