golang-github-mdlayher-socket 0.2.3-2 source package in Ubuntu


golang-github-mdlayher-socket (0.2.3-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add a patch so test is skipped rather than failing if
    the vsock kernel module isn't loaded

 -- Mathias Gibbens <email address hidden>  Wed, 27 Apr 2022 21:42:07 +0530

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golang-github-mdlayher-socket-dev: low-level network connection type to provide asynchronous I/O (library)

 The socket package provides a low-level network connection type which
 integrates with Go's runtime network poller to provide asynchronous I/O and
 deadline support.
 This package focuses on UNIX-like operating systems which make use of
 BSD sockets system call APIs. It is meant to be used as a foundation for
 the creation of operating system-specific socket packages, for socket
 families such as Linux's AF_NETLINK, AF_PACKET, or AF_VSOCK. This package
 should not be used directly in end user applications.
 Any use of package socket should be guarded by build tags, as one would
 also use when importing the syscall or golang.org/x/sys packages.