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Class: UDSocketAddress


Inheritance:

   Object
   |
   +--Collection
      |
      +--SequenceableCollection
         |
         +--ArrayedCollection
            |
            +--UninterpretedBytes
               |
               +--SocketAddress
                  |
                  +--UDSocketAddress

Package:
stx:libbasic2
Category:
OS-Sockets
Version:
rev: 1.24 date: 2019/06/28 07:25:23
user: cg
file: UDSocketAddress.st directory: libbasic2
module: stx stc-classLibrary: libbasic2

Description:


Instances of UDSocketAddress represent unix-domain socket names.

ST-80 compatibility class.
This may be required when existing code has to be ported to ST/X;
however, it may not be complete and more protocol may be added in the future.
The code here was created when public domain code (Manchester) had to
be ported to ST/X and missing classes/methods were encountered, and code added
by reasoning 'what the original class could probably do there'.

This is an additional goody class; therefore:

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Class protocol:

instance creation
o  allForHostName: hostName serviceName: portNrOrName type: socketTypeSymbol

o  anyHost
there is nothing like a 'host' for unix domain sockets.
answer an empty address

o  name: pathName
UDSocketAddress name:'/tmp/aUnixDomainSocket'

o  peerName: peerName port: port
use #name:

** This is an obsolete interface - do not use it (it may vanish in future versions) **

queries
o  domain

o  obsoleteDomainSymbol

o  peerNameFromPeer: peer

o  vwDomainSymbol


Instance protocol:

accessing
o  hostAddress
unix domain sockets are local and do not have a host address

o  name

o  name: pathName

o  port
compatibility with inet sockets

o  port: pathName
compatibility with inet sockets

o  portOrName

comparing
o  sameHostAddress: aSocketAddress
answer true, if myself and aSocketAddress have the same host address
(but possibly different ports).
UnixDomainSockets are always on the same host.

obsolete
o  address

o  hostName

o  hostName: hostOrPathName port: portNrOrName

printing & storing
o  printOn: aStream
(self name:'/tmp/abcde') printString

testing
o  isLocal
answer true, if this address addresses a peer on the same host



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