websocketd 0.3.1-3 source package in Ubuntu


websocketd (0.3.1-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add salsa-ci configuration file
  * Switch from golang-websocket-dev to golang-github-gorilla-websocket-dev
  * Bump Standards-Version to 4.4.1. No changes required

 -- Josue Ortega <email address hidden>  Sun, 10 Nov 2019 12:54:07 -0600

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websocketd_0.3.1-3.dsc 2.0 KiB 03787aca22ce654a6e111bfade17fc1c18953598199f0a9b85b0897bf15146ec
websocketd_0.3.1.orig.tar.gz 43.8 KiB 323700908ca7fe7b69cb2cc492b4746c4cd3449e49fbab15a4b3a5eccf8757f4
websocketd_0.3.1-3.debian.tar.xz 3.0 KiB 04b8c4159a5364d6ef7459eaffc5acec018d626cfff775bf12d8bf9817d703aa

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websocketd: Turn any program that uses STDIN/STDOUT into a WebSocket server

 websocketd is a small command-line tool that will wrap an existing
 command-line interface program, and allow it to be accessed
 via a WebSocket.
 WebSocket-capable applications can now be built very easily. As long as
 you can write an executable program that reads STDIN and writes to STDOUT,
 you can build a WebSocket server. Do it in Python, Ruby, Perl, Bash,
 C, Go, PHP, Java, Clojure, Scala, Groovy, Expect, Awk, VBScript,
 Haskell, Lua, R, whatever! No networking libraries necessary.
 websocketd will start a WebSocket server on a specified port, and listen
 for connections.
 Upon a connection, it will fork the appropriate process, and disconnect
 the process when the WebSocket connection closes (and vice-versa).
 Any message sent from the WebSocket client will be piped to the process's
 STDIN stream, followed by a \n newline.

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