thomas.dubuisson at gmail.com
Sat Jan 31 18:51:25 EST 2009
On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 9:36 PM, Andrew Coppin
<andrewcoppin at btinternet.com> wrote:
> Thomas DuBuisson wrote:
>> The network library is no more than an FFI library to a Berkeley
>> socket interface and as such it implicitly expects you to know sockets
>> already (eg. from programming in C). One advantage here is reading
>> man pages actually helps (unlike with most Haskell coding) and you can
>> also make equivalent C programs to test things out.
> Yes, that's kind of the problem; I don't know how to do this at the C level,
> and I can't seem to Google it. :-}
> Ah well, I'll ask around. Somebody must know. ;-)
Ahh, then see Beej's guide  if you wish to learn at the C level.
On another note: when making your Haskell app if you are at all
performance concerned then you should use network-bytestring .
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