This is a managed sockets connector for the
System.IO.Pipelines API, intended to act as a stop-gap while there is
no official such connector. Pipelines are pretty useless if you can't actually connect them to anything...
It draws inspiration from:
Channels.Networking.Sockets- the original "managed sockets" provider I wrote back when Pipelines were Channels
System.IO.Pipelines- the "corefx" version of the above
Kestrel.Transport.Sockets- purely server-side connector used for ASP.NET Core, using pieces of the above
and aims to provide a high-performance implementation of the
IDuplexPipe interface, providing both client and server APIs. At the moment the API is very preliminary.
SocketConnection- interacting with a
Socketas a pipe
StreamConnection- interacting with a
Streamas a pipe, or a pipe as a
Reference<T>- arena allocation APIs
It is provided under the MIT license.