To focus the search input from anywhere on the page, press the 'S' key.
in-package search v0.1.0
Conduit library abstracts the concerns of establishing connections to peers that may be running within the same host (e.g. in another virtual machine) or on a remote host via TCP. It consists of:
Conduitmodule with basic type definitions for endpoints
- OS-specific modules for establishing individual connections
Resolvermodule for mapping URIs to endpoints
- OS-specific name resolvers that use available resolution mechanisms
Connections are created by identifying remote nodes using an endp value. To ensure portability, the endpoints are translated into concrete connections by separate modules that target
Mirage. This lets those backends use the appropriate local technique for creating the connection (such as using OpenSSL on Unix, or a pure OCaml TLS+TCP implementation on Mirage, or some other combination).
The modules dealing with connection establishment are:
This deals with resolving URIs into a list of endp addresses that can then be connected to by the connection establishment modules.
All of the name resolvers conform to the
Resolver.S module type. The OS-specific implementations of this interface are:
On Mirage, the networking stack is configured via the application of functors to satisfy various signatures. Some of the available functors are: