Nanomsg is smaller, written in C, has a simplified API (sockets are simple ints), no multipart messages, and has explicit support for poll on a socket's recv file-descriptor, which integrates well with Chicken Scheme.
This egg requires nanomsg-1.0.0 or higher.
- nn-socket protocol #!optional domainprocedure
Create a nanomsg socket. Protocol can be any of the symbols pair, pub, sub, pull, push, req, rep, surveyor, respondent or bus. Domain can be the symbol sp or sp-raw, and defaults to sp. The returned socket is automatically closed with nn-close when it is garbage-collected.
- nn-socket* protocol #!optional domainprocedure
- nn-bind socket addressprocedure
Binds nanomsg socket to address, where address is a string of the form "ipc:///var/ipc/music.nn.pair" or "tcp://0.0.0.0:10080". If the nn-library can't parse the address string, it throws an "Illegal argument" error.
- nn-subscribe socket prefixprocedure
Set the NN_SUB_SUBSCRIBE option on socket which will make the socket receive to all messages that start with prefix.
Note that if this is never called, (nn-sock 'sub) sockets will never receive anything.
- nn-send socket msgprocedure
Send a message on socket, using the socket's semantics. msg must be a string. This will not block other srfi-18 threads. Returns the number of bytes sent.
- nn-send* socket msg flagsprocedure
Like nn-send, but may block other srfi-18 threads when flags is 0. flags may be nn/dontwait in which case nn-send* always returns immediately, and returns #f is the operation would block (number of bytes otherwise).
- nn-recv socketprocedure
Receive a message from socket. This blocks until a message is received from nanomsg, but it does not block other srfi-18 threads. It always returns a string. An error is thrown if the socket is in an illegal state.
Note that memory is copied from the nanomsg buffer into a new scheme string.
- nn-recv* socket flagsprocedure
Receive a message from socket. This will block other srfi-18 threads, unless the nn/dontwait flag is specified, in which case nn-recv* will exit immediately with either a message as a string or #f (for EAGAIN). An error is thrown if socket is in an illegal state.
Note that this can be combined with (nn-socket-rcvfd socket) for custom polling.
- nn-close socketprocedure
Explicitly close socket. This is normally not needed as this is done in the socket's finalizer.
- nn-get-statistic socket statisticprocedure
Retrieve a statistic from socket. statistic may be any one of these symbols: established-connections accepted-connections dropped-connections broken-connections connect-errors bind-errors accept-errors current-connections inprogress-connections current-ep-errors messages-sent messages-received bytes-sent bytes-received current-snd-priority. See nn_get_statistic.
- nn-socket-name socketprocedure
- nn-socket-linger socketprocedure
- nn-socket-rcvtimeo socketprocedure
- nn-socket-sndtimeo socketprocedure
- nn-socket-rcvbuf socketprocedure
- nn-socket-sndbuf socketprocedure
- nn-socket-sndfd socketprocedure
- nn-socket-rcvfd socketprocedure
- nn-socket-protocol socketprocedure
- nn-socket-domain socketprocedure
- nn-socket-maxttl socketprocedure
- nn-socket-rcvmaxsize socketprocedure
- nn-socket-rcvprio socketprocedure
- nn-socket-sndprio socketprocedure
- nn-socket-reconnect-ivl-max socketprocedure
- nn-socket-reconnect-ivl socketprocedure
- nn-socket-ipv4only socketprocedure
- nn-req-socket-resend-ivl socketprocedure
Retrieve the socket option associated with socket. Most of these also provide setters so that you can, for example, can do (set! (nn-socket-name s) "foo").
For other socket options, try nn-getsockopt/string, nn-getsockopt/int, nn-setsockopt/string and nn-setsockopt/int.
These bindings to nanomsg 1.0.0 should be fairly complete, the only missing functionality is the control messages (nn_recvmsg, nn_sendmsg and nn_cmsg). Also, note that the egg hasn't undergode rigerous testing in the field yet.
;; test.scm (import nanomsg) (define s (nn-socket 'rep)) (nn-bind s "tcp://127.0.0.1:22022") (let loop ((n 0)) (nn-send s (conc (nn-recv s) " " n)) (loop (add1 n))) (nn-close s)
then test with the brilliant nanocat util that comes with [nanomsg]:
$ csi -s test.scm & $ nanocat --req -l22022 -D"bottles of beer:" -A --interval 1