[Haskell-cafe] Low-level networking [Haskell not ready for Foo]

John Van Enk vanenkj at gmail.com
Fri Jan 9 14:04:08 EST 2009

I've managed to get UDP NAT traversal working in my personal project. I
haven't really had issues with the Networking libraries at all (except that
htons and htonl aren't where i expected them to be... and yes, i did
actually need them...)


On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 1:18 PM, Andrew Coppin
<andrewcoppin at btinternet.com>wrote:

> Thomas DuBuisson wrote:
>> Not all the data structures you need are there last I looked.
> This was my conclusion as well.
> As with most network libraries I've seen, TCP works just great, and
> anything else... tough? (I couldn't even see UDP last time. Have I missed
> something?)
>  As you
>> could infer from my recent posts, one of my dozen future projects is
>> to add netinet/*.h like data structures to the Haskell network library
>> (i.e. TCP, IPv4, UDP headers with Binary instances).  This isn't to
>> say your task would be much more difficult, but it would be nice to
>> have a community wide definition available.
> That would, indeed, be nice.
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