[ANN] Serlvers 0.1.0 released

Pupeno <>
Mon Apr 17 12:10:46 CEST 2006


Announcement: http://pupeno.com/blog/serlvers-0-1-0-released
Serlvers: http://pupeno.com/software/serlvers

Serlvers is a set of Erlang modules designed to help in the implementation of 
IP services (that is TCP/IP or Internet servers).

Serlvers consists of a set of behaviours abstract the internals of each 
protocol and other modules help with the infrastructure.

The goal is that when making a server you would only worry about how to store, 
handle, prosses, etc the information instead of the internals of each 
protocol (to save you for countless hours of RFC reading).

At this stage only 4 protocols are supported:

- `Echo (RFC862) <http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc862.txt>`__
- `Chargen (RFC864) <http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc864.txt>`__
- `Daytime (RFC867) <http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc867.txt>`__
- `Time (RFC868) <http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc868.txt>`__

They are a bit useless but they are here for a purpose: To be an example and a 
prof of concept.

They are examples of how a protocol is implemented but they are also examples 
of the quality I am aiming with Serlvers, on code quality, on code style and 
on documentation quality and extension.

An example of how Serlvers is used can be found on `Fanterlastic Four 
<http://pupeno.com/software/fanterlastic-four>`__.
-- 
Pupeno <> (http://pupeno.com)
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