Distributed, P2P, realtime chat application written in golang for MIT's 6.824 distributed systems class.
Run the tests with:
$ cd src/dht $ go get github.com/pmylund/sortutil $ go test 2> /dev/null
You should see this:
(ml)31-35-161:dht will$ go test 2> /dev/null Running TestSerialization passed Running TestBasic passed Running TestManyRegistrations Passed! Running TestManyMoreRegistrations Passed! Running TestSends Passed! Running TestSomeLogoffs Passed! Running TestPersistance Passed! Running TestNewIP Passed! Running TestOfflineChat Passed! Running TestDualOfflineChat Passed! Running TestDualOfflineChat Passed! Running TestRealLife Passed!
so long as K and Alpha are set appropriately as we have them defaulted to. You may see that on less powerful computers that
TestRealLife will fail.
Start a chat node with:
$ go build $ ./peerchat
$ go run chat.go