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{-# OPTIONS_GHC -cpp #-}
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- |
-- Module : Network
-- Copyright : (c) The University of Glasgow 2001
-- License : BSD-style (see the file libraries/network/LICENSE)
--
-- Maintainer : libraries@haskell.org
-- Stability : provisional
-- Portability : portable
--
-- The "Network" interface is a \"higher-level\" interface to
-- networking facilities, and it is recommended unless you need the
-- lower-level interface in "Network.Socket".
--
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
module Network (
-- * Basic data types
Socket,
PortID(..),
HostName,
PortNumber, -- instance (Eq, Enum, Num, Real, Integral)
-- * Initialisation
withSocketsDo, -- :: IO a -> IO a
-- * Server-side connections
listenOn, -- :: PortID -> IO Socket
accept, -- :: Socket -> IO (Handle, HostName, PortNumber)
sClose, -- :: Socket -> IO ()
-- * Client-side connections
connectTo, -- :: HostName -> PortID -> IO Handle
-- * Simple sending and receiving
{-$sendrecv-}
sendTo, -- :: HostName -> PortID -> String -> IO ()
recvFrom, -- :: HostName -> PortID -> IO String
-- * Miscellaneous
socketPort, -- :: Socket -> IO PortID
-- * Networking Issues
-- ** Buffering
{-$buffering-}
-- ** Improving I\/O Performance over sockets
{-$performance-}
-- ** @SIGPIPE@
{-$sigpipe-}
) where
import Network.BSD
import Network.Socket hiding ( accept, socketPort, recvFrom, sendTo, PortNumber )
import qualified Network.Socket as Socket ( accept )
import System.IO
import Prelude
import Control.Exception as Exception
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- High Level ``Setup'' functions
-- If the @PortID@ specifies a unix family socket and the @Hostname@
-- differs from that returned by @getHostname@ then an error is
-- raised. Alternatively an empty string may be given to @connectTo@
-- signalling that the current hostname applies.
data PortID =
Service String -- Service Name eg "ftp"
| PortNumber PortNumber -- User defined Port Number
#if !defined(mingw32_HOST_OS) && !defined(cygwin32_HOST_OS) && !defined(_WIN32)
| UnixSocket String -- Unix family socket in file system
#endif
-- | Calling 'connectTo' creates a client side socket which is
-- connected to the given host and port. The Protocol and socket type is
-- derived from the given port identifier. If a port number is given
-- then the result is always an internet family 'Stream' socket.
connectTo :: HostName -- Hostname
-> PortID -- Port Identifier
-> IO Handle -- Connected Socket
connectTo hostname (Service serv) = do
proto <- getProtocolNumber "tcp"
Exception.bracketOnError
(socket AF_INET Stream proto)
(sClose) -- only done if there's an error
(\sock -> do
port <- getServicePortNumber serv
he <- getHostByName hostname
connect sock (SockAddrInet port (hostAddress he))
socketToHandle sock ReadWriteMode
)
connectTo hostname (PortNumber port) = do
proto <- getProtocolNumber "tcp"
Exception.bracketOnError
(socket AF_INET Stream proto)
(sClose) -- only done if there's an error
(\sock -> do
he <- getHostByName hostname
connect sock (SockAddrInet port (hostAddress he))
socketToHandle sock ReadWriteMode
)
#if !defined(mingw32_HOST_OS) && !defined(cygwin32_HOST_OS) && !defined(_WIN32)
connectTo _ (UnixSocket path) = do
Exception.bracketOnError
(socket AF_UNIX Stream 0)
(sClose)
(\sock -> do
connect sock (SockAddrUnix path)
socketToHandle sock ReadWriteMode
)
#endif
-- | Creates the server side socket which has been bound to the
-- specified port.
--
-- NOTE: To avoid the \"Address already in use\"
-- problems popped up several times on the GHC-Users mailing list we
-- set the 'ReuseAddr' socket option on the listening socket. If you
-- don't want this behaviour, please use the lower level
-- 'Network.Socket.listen' instead.
listenOn :: PortID -- ^ Port Identifier
-> IO Socket -- ^ Connected Socket
listenOn (Service serv) = do
proto <- getProtocolNumber "tcp"
Exception.bracketOnError
(socket AF_INET Stream proto)
(sClose)
(\sock -> do
port <- getServicePortNumber serv
setSocketOption sock ReuseAddr 1
bindSocket sock (SockAddrInet port iNADDR_ANY)
listen sock maxListenQueue
return sock
)
listenOn (PortNumber port) = do
proto <- getProtocolNumber "tcp"
Exception.bracketOnError
(socket AF_INET Stream proto)
(sClose)
(\sock -> do
setSocketOption sock ReuseAddr 1
bindSocket sock (SockAddrInet port iNADDR_ANY)
listen sock maxListenQueue
return sock
)
#if !defined(mingw32_HOST_OS) && !defined(cygwin32_HOST_OS) && !defined(_WIN32)
listenOn (UnixSocket path) =
Exception.bracketOnError
(socket AF_UNIX Stream 0)
(sClose)
(\sock -> do
setSocketOption sock ReuseAddr 1
bindSocket sock (SockAddrUnix path)
listen sock maxListenQueue
return sock
)
#endif
-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- accept
-- | Accept a connection on a socket created by 'listenOn'. Normal
-- I\/O opertaions (see "System.IO") can be used on the 'Handle'
-- returned to communicate with the client.
-- Notice that although you can pass any Socket to Network.accept, only
-- sockets of either AF_UNIX or AF_INET will work (this shouldn't be a problem,
-- though). When using AF_UNIX, HostName will be set to the path of the socket
-- and PortNumber to -1.
--
accept :: Socket -- ^ Listening Socket
-> IO (Handle,
HostName,
PortNumber) -- ^ Triple of: read\/write 'Handle' for
-- communicating with the client,
-- the 'HostName' of the peer socket, and
-- the 'PortNumber' of the remote connection.
accept sock@(MkSocket _ AF_INET _ _ _) = do
~(sock', (SockAddrInet port haddr)) <- Socket.accept sock
peer <- Exception.catchJust ioErrors
(do
(HostEntry peer _ _ _) <- getHostByAddr AF_INET haddr
return peer
)
(\e -> inet_ntoa haddr)
-- if getHostByName fails, we fall back to the IP address
handle <- socketToHandle sock' ReadWriteMode
return (handle, peer, port)
#if !defined(mingw32_HOST_OS) && !defined(cygwin32_HOST_OS) && !defined(_WIN32)
accept sock@(MkSocket _ AF_UNIX _ _ _) = do
~(sock', (SockAddrUnix path)) <- Socket.accept sock
handle <- socketToHandle sock' ReadWriteMode
return (handle, path, -1)
#endif
accept sock@(MkSocket _ family _ _ _) =
error $ "Sorry, address family " ++ (show family) ++ " is not supported!"
-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- sendTo/recvFrom
{-$sendrecv
Send and receive data from\/to the given host and port number. These
should normally only be used where the socket will not be required for
further calls. Also, note that due to the use of 'hGetContents' in 'recvFrom'
the socket will remain open (i.e. not available) even if the function already
returned. Their use is strongly discouraged except for small test-applications
or invocations from the command line.
-}
sendTo :: HostName -- Hostname
-> PortID -- Port Number
-> String -- Message to send
-> IO ()
sendTo h p msg = do
s <- connectTo h p
hPutStr s msg
hClose s
recvFrom :: HostName -- Hostname
-> PortID -- Port Number
-> IO String -- Received Data
recvFrom host port = do
ip <- getHostByName host
let ipHs = hostAddresses ip
s <- listenOn port
let
waiting = do
~(s', SockAddrInet _ haddr) <- Socket.accept s
he <- getHostByAddr AF_INET haddr
if not (any (`elem` ipHs) (hostAddresses he))
then do
sClose s'
waiting
else do
h <- socketToHandle s' ReadMode
msg <- hGetContents h
return msg
message <- waiting
return message
-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Access function returning the port type/id of socket.
-- | Returns the 'PortID' associated with a given socket.
socketPort :: Socket -> IO PortID
socketPort s = do
sockaddr <- getSocketName s
return (portID sockaddr)
where
portID sa =
case sa of
SockAddrInet port _ -> PortNumber port
#if !defined(mingw32_HOST_OS) && !defined(cygwin32_HOST_OS) && !defined(_WIN32)
SockAddrUnix path -> UnixSocket path
#endif
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Extra documentation
{-$buffering
The 'Handle' returned by 'connectTo' and 'accept' is block-buffered by
default. For an interactive application you may want to set the
buffering mode on the 'Handle' to
'LineBuffering' or 'NoBuffering', like so:
> h <- connectTo host port
> hSetBuffering h LineBuffering
-}
{-$performance
For really fast I\/O, it might be worth looking at the 'hGetBuf' and
'hPutBuf' family of functions in "System.IO".
-}
{-$sigpipe
On Unix, when writing to a socket and the reading end is
closed by the remote client, the program is normally sent a
@SIGPIPE@ signal by the operating system. The
default behaviour when a @SIGPIPE@ is received is
to terminate the program silently, which can be somewhat confusing
if you haven't encountered this before. The solution is to
specify that @SIGPIPE@ is to be ignored, using
the POSIX library:
> import Posix
> main = do installHandler sigPIPE Ignore Nothing; ...
-}
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