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Sat May 31 17:05:18 CEST 2008

channels

so.. let's stick with asynchronous messages, and proper channels.

the unix socket approach might be nice, but is not portable. maybe i
should follow the PLT approach and forget about that, and concentrate
on TCP + some other form of authentication.

this brings us to SSL/TLS. is there native support for PLT here?
yes: (require openssl)


it would really be more interesting to use ssh instead, since that is
usually already in place. that's why unix sockets are interesting: use
ssh + socat to connect to a user managed pipe.

anyways, let's try to get ssl running.

with the example it works.. that gives encryption, but no
authentication.

ok.. what about just ignoring this crap and going for a very simple
ipc mechanism that starts a listener given an input port.



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