S. A. Ridley
s7ephen at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 18:00:39 PDT 2007
Thanks a bunch, yea I have found a few other open source projects that
might be good to look to for examples also.
Thanks for your response nonetheless. I will update if this thing
Still really surprising to me that is there isnt something like this
available... I guess they just end up being so specific to the task noone
opens them up.
On 3/9/07, Ralph Giles <giles at xiph.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 08, 2007 at 09:23:02PM -0500, S. A. Ridley wrote:
> > hangs, etc. So the multiplexer has to be a little beefier than I was
> > assuming. Its still pretty surprising that a generic library to
> > over TCP is not more common. Something that would let you create a in
> > initial stream and then create "sub-streams" and expose a "mux_write()"
> > "mux_read()" or something, and have the library transparently handle all
> > mux/demux and messaging in between. If something like this *does*
> > please share!
> I understand the openssh code implements TCP-over-TCP for its tunnel
> support. You might look at that. There are even patches to make it drop
> the compression so there's no performance overhead.
> With Ogg, I think oggz is your best bet for a sane library, but you're
> correct it's more a library-for-writing-muxers than a muxer library.
...tomorrow, the world.
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