lwt

Promises and event-driven I/O
Library lwt.unix
Module Lwt_io . Versioned
val establish_server_1 : ?fd:Lwt_unix.file_descr -> ?buffer_size:int -> ?backlog:int -> Unix.sockaddr -> ( (input_channel * output_channel) -> unit ) -> server

Old version of Lwt_io.establish_server. The current Lwt_io.establish_server automatically closes channels passed to the callback, and notifies the caller when the server's listening socket is bound.

  • deprecated

    Use Lwt_io.establish_server_with_client_address.

  • since 2.7.0
val establish_server_2 : ?fd:Lwt_unix.file_descr -> ?buffer_size:int -> ?backlog:int -> ?no_close:bool -> Unix.sockaddr -> ( (input_channel * output_channel) -> unit Lwt.t ) -> server Lwt.t

Since Lwt 3.0.0, this is just an alias for Lwt_io.establish_server.

  • deprecated

    Use Lwt_io.establish_server_with_client_address.

  • since 2.7.0
val shutdown_server_1 : server -> unit

Old version of Lwt_io.shutdown_server. The current Lwt_io.shutdown_server returns a promise, which resolves when the server's listening socket is closed.

  • deprecated

    Use Lwt_io.shutdown_server.

  • since 2.7.0
val shutdown_server_2 : server -> unit Lwt.t

Since Lwt 3.0.0, this is just an alias for Lwt_io.shutdown_server.

  • deprecated

    Use Lwt_io.shutdown_server.

  • since 2.7.0