Named pipes are used on Windows for local (and remote) IPC. Where a Unix
system would use a Unix domain socket, a Windows system will probably used
a named pipe.
oasis setup make
To run a server:
./_build/src/pipecat.native -l \\\\.\\pipe\\mynamedpipe
To run a client:
Named pipes have a number of significant differences to Unix domain sockets
to be careful. These bindings attempt to disable remote connections and
disable security context impersonation but there may be other issues.
with-test & >= "0.4.0"
>= "2.4.7" & < "5.0.0"
build & >= "0.1.0"
build & >= "0.8.1"
build & >= "0.9.3"