Thanks Jose, awesome! Will check this out more thoroughly tonight.
What do you mean with "xor descrambling", the ut8 decode function? It has a comment labelling it as slow. On Mon, May 28, 2012 at 12:54 AM, José Romero <j...@2.71828.com.ar> wrote: > On Sun, 27 May 2012 18:53:31 +0700 > Henrik Sarvell <hsarv...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> Google couldn't show me any prior discussions of websockets and >> picolisp. >> >> Is it too early to start thinking about this maybe, seems like the >> spec/ref is still changing a little bit too fast/much atm? >> >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebSocket >> >> http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6455 >> >> C lib: http://git.warmcat.com/cgi-bin/cgit/libwebsockets/ >> >> It came up today when I started to think about how crude file uploads >> via http is with no way of knowing the progress, but they can be used >> for much much more than fancy uploading interfaces of course. >> >> Having looked a bit at the ref ( http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6455 ) >> it seems to me that it looks quite straight forward. >> >> The question is, what is easier/more efficient, implementing this from >> scratch or with the help of the C lib and native? That is the question >> that maybe someone more experienced in C/in general than me can >> answer? > > I guess i should have posted this here before: > https://bitbucket.org/cyborgar/web.l/src/249fe9f5c7d8/web/sockets.l > > That implements the RFC almost completely (there's no much > implementation of the error code thingamajig because actually browsers > don't even implement ping/pong correctly yet!). The implementation is > in pure lisp, but it could be accelerated with a C library (actually > the only thing to accelerate is the xor descrambling, could be done in > an 'in-like environment). The webtest.l in the root of the repo provides > a (ugly) chat server example using my web.l framework. Sorry if the code > is not very elegant but I didn't devote that much time to that example. > > Here's the documentation of that module: > https://bitbucket.org/cyborgar/web.l/wiki/Sockets > > Also, the spec is pretty much set in stone, at least as far as the IETF > is concerned, RFC 6455 is a standards track document. > > Cheers, > José > -- > UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subjectUnsubscribe -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe