httpaf

A high-performance, memory-efficient, and scalable web server for OCaml
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Module Httpaf . Body
type 'rw t
val schedule_read : [ `read ] t -> on_eof:( unit -> unit ) -> on_read:( Bigstringaf.t -> off:int -> len:int -> unit ) -> unit

schedule_read t ~on_eof ~on_read will setup on_read and on_eof as callbacks for when bytes are available in t for the application to consume, or when the input channel has been closed and no further bytes will be received by the application.

Once either of these callbacks have been called, they become inactive. The application is responsible for scheduling subsequent reads, either within the on_read callback or by some other mechanism.

val write_char : [ `write ] t -> char -> unit

write_char w char copies char into an internal buffer. If possible, this write will be combined with previous and/or subsequent writes before transmission.

val write_string : [ `write ] t -> ?off:int -> ?len:int -> string -> unit

write_string w ?off ?len str copies str into an internal buffer. If possible, this write will be combined with previous and/or subsequent writes before transmission.

val write_bigstring : [ `write ] t -> ?off:int -> ?len:int -> Bigstringaf.t -> unit

write_bigstring w ?off ?len bs copies bs into an internal buffer. If possible, this write will be combined with previous and/or subsequent writes before transmission.

val schedule_bigstring : [ `write ] t -> ?off:int -> ?len:int -> Bigstringaf.t -> unit

schedule_bigstring w ?off ?len bs schedules bs to be transmitted at the next opportunity without performing a copy. bs should not be modified until a subsequent call to flush has successfully completed.

val flush : [ `write ] t -> ( unit -> unit ) -> unit

flush t f makes all bytes in t available for writing to the awaiting output channel. Once those bytes have reached that output channel, f will be called.

The type of the output channel is runtime-dependent, as are guarantees about whether those packets have been queued for delivery or have actually been received by the intended recipient.

val close_reader : [ `read ] t -> unit

close_reader t closes t, indicating that any subsequent input received should be discarded.

val close_writer : [ `write ] t -> unit

close_writer t closes t, causing subsequent write calls to raise. If t is writable, this will cause any pending output to become available to the output channel.

val is_closed : _ t -> bool

is_closed t is true if close has been called on t and false otherwise. A closed t may still have pending output.