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Show the channel when printing `AlephServer` object #491

merged 1 commit into from Mar 25, 2019


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kachayev commented Feb 23, 2019

Tiny operational improvement. Now you can actually see Netty's channel, address, port, and the transport used.

user> (def server (http/start-server (fn [_] {:status 200 :body "OK"}) {:port 2020}))
user> server
#object[aleph.netty$start_server$reify__53226 0x5f495e42 "AlephServer[channel:[id: 0x75644268, L:/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:2020], transport::nio]"]

We can even go further and implement print-method but AlephServer does not expose the underlying channel. And I don't want to extend the protocol just to deal with printing.

@ztellman ztellman merged commit 94a3871 into ztellman:master Mar 25, 2019
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