libcaf  0.15.3
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caf::io Namespace Reference

Contains all IO-related classes and functions. More...

Namespaces

 basp
 Contains all classes and functions for the Binary Actor Sytem Protocol.
 
 network
 Contains classes and functions used for network abstraction.
 

Classes

class  abstract_broker
 A broker mediates between actor systems and other components in the network. More...
 
class  accept_handle
 Generic handle type for managing incoming connections. More...
 
struct  acceptor_closed_msg
 Signalizes that a broker acceptor has been closed. More...
 
struct  acceptor_passivated_msg
 Signalizes that an acceptor has entered passive mode. More...
 
class  basp_broker
 A broker implementation for the Binary Actor System Protocol (BASP). More...
 
class  broker
 Describes a dynamically typed broker. More...
 
class  broker_servant
 Base class for scribe and doorman. More...
 
struct  connection_closed_msg
 Signalizes that a broker connection has been closed. More...
 
class  connection_handle
 Generic handle type for identifying connections. More...
 
struct  connection_passivated_msg
 Signalizes that a connection has entered passive mode. More...
 
struct  data_transferred_msg
 Signalizes that a certain amount of bytes has been written. More...
 
class  doorman
 Manages incoming connections. More...
 
class  hook
 Interface to define hooks into the IO layer. More...
 
class  middleman
 Manages brokers and network backends. More...
 
struct  new_connection_msg
 Signalizes a newly accepted connection from a broker. More...
 
struct  new_data_msg
 Signalizes newly arrived data for a broker. More...
 
class  scribe
 Manages a stream. More...
 

Typedefs

template<class State >
using stateful_broker = stateful_actor< State, broker >
 Convenience template alias for declaring state-based brokers.
 
using doorman_base = broker_servant< network::acceptor_manager, accept_handle, new_connection_msg >
 
using middleman_actor = typed_actor< replies_to< publish_atom, uint16_t, strong_actor_ptr, std::set< std::string >, std::string, bool >::with< uint16_t >, replies_to< open_atom, uint16_t, std::string, bool >::with< uint16_t >, replies_to< connect_atom, std::string, uint16_t >::with< node_id, strong_actor_ptr, std::set< std::string >>, reacts_to< unpublish_atom, actor_addr, uint16_t >, reacts_to< close_atom, uint16_t >, replies_to< spawn_atom, node_id, std::string, message, std::set< std::string >>::with< strong_actor_ptr >, replies_to< get_atom, node_id >::with< node_id, std::string, uint16_t >>
 A message passing interface for asynchronous networking operations. More...
 
using scribe_base = broker_servant< network::stream_manager, connection_handle, new_data_msg >
 

Enumerations

enum  receive_policy_flag {
  at_least,
  at_most,
  exactly
}
 

Functions

std::string to_string (receive_policy_flag x)
 
template<class Inspector >
Inspector::result_type inspect (Inspector &f, new_connection_msg &x)
 

Variables

constexpr invalid_accept_handle_t invalid_accept_handle = invalid_accept_handle_t{}
 
constexpr invalid_connection_handle_t invalid_connection_handle = invalid_connection_handle_t{}
 

Detailed Description

Contains all IO-related classes and functions.

Typedef Documentation

using caf::io::middleman_actor = typedef typed_actor< replies_to<publish_atom, uint16_t, strong_actor_ptr, std::set<std::string>, std::string, bool> ::with<uint16_t>, replies_to<open_atom, uint16_t, std::string, bool> ::with<uint16_t>, replies_to<connect_atom, std::string, uint16_t> ::with<node_id, strong_actor_ptr, std::set<std::string>>, reacts_to<unpublish_atom, actor_addr, uint16_t>, reacts_to<close_atom, uint16_t>, replies_to<spawn_atom, node_id, std::string, message, std::set<std::string>> ::with<strong_actor_ptr>, replies_to<get_atom, node_id>::with<node_id, std::string, uint16_t>>

A message passing interface for asynchronous networking operations.

The interface implements the following pseudo code.

  • ~~~ interface middleman_actor {

    // Establishes a new port <-> actor mapping and returns the actual // port in use on success. Passing 0 as port instructs the OS to choose // the next high-level port available for binding. // port: Unused TCP port or 0 for any. // whom: Actor that should be published at given port. // ifs: Interface of given actor. // addr: IP address to listen to or empty for any. // reuse:_addr: Enables or disables SO_REUSEPORT option. (publish_atom, uint16_t port, strong_actor_ptr whom, set<string> ifs, string addr, bool reuse_addr) -> (uint16_t)

    // Opens a new port other CAF instances can connect to. The // difference between PUBLISH and OPEN is that no actor is mapped to // this port, meaning that connecting nodes only get a valid node_id // handle when connecting. // port: Unused TCP port or 0 for any. // addr: IP address to listen to or empty for any. // reuse:_addr: Enables or disables SO_REUSEPORT option. (open_atom, uint16_t port, string addr, bool reuse_addr) -> (uint16_t)

    // Queries a remote node and returns an ID to this node as well as // an strong_actor_ptr to a remote actor if an actor was published at this // port. The actor address must be cast to either actor or // typed_actor using actor_cast after validating ifs. // hostname: IP address or DNS hostname. // port: TCP port. (connect_atom, string hostname, uint16_t port) -> (node_id nid, strong_actor_ptr remote_actor, set<string> ifs)

    // Closes port if it is mapped to whom. // whom: A published actor. // port: Used TCP port. (unpublish_atom, strong_actor_ptr whom, uint16_t port) -> void

    // Unconditionally closes port, removing any actor // published at this port. // port: Used TCP port. (close_atom, uint16_t port) -> void

    // Spawns an actor on a remote node, initializing it using the arguments // stored in msg and returns the address of the spawned actor and its // interface description on success; an error string otherwise. // nid: ID of the remote node that should spawn the actor. // name: Announced type name of the actor. // args: Initialization arguments for the actor. (spawn_atom, node_id nid, string name, message args) -> (strong_actor_ptr, set<string>)

    }

  • ~~~