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Introduction

A golang interface to the CZMQ v4.2 API.

Install

Dependencies
For CZMQ master
go get github.com/zeromq/goczmq
A Note on Build Tags

The CZMQ library includes experimental classes that are not built by default, but can be built by passing --enable-drafts to configure. Support for these draft classes are being added to goczmq. To build these features against a CZMQ that has been compiled with --enable-drafts, use go build -tags draft.

For CMZQ = 4.0
go get gopkg.in/zeromq/goczmq.v4
For CZMQ Before 4.0
go get gopkg.in/zeromq/goczmq.v1

Usage

Direct CZMQ Sock API
Example
package main

import (
	"log"

	"github.com/zeromq/goczmq"
)

func main() {
	// Create a router socket and bind it to port 5555.
	router, err := goczmq.NewRouter("tcp://*:5555")
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}
	defer router.Destroy()

	log.Println("router created and bound")

	// Create a dealer socket and connect it to the router.
	dealer, err := goczmq.NewDealer("tcp://127.0.0.1:5555")
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}
	defer dealer.Destroy()

	log.Println("dealer created and connected")

	// Send a 'Hello' message from the dealer to the router.
	// Here we send it as a frame ([]byte), with a FlagNone
	// flag to indicate there are no more frames following.
	err = dealer.SendFrame([]byte("Hello"), goczmq.FlagNone)
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Println("dealer sent 'Hello'")

	// Receve the message. Here we call RecvMessage, which
	// will return the message as a slice of frames ([][]byte).
	// Since this is a router socket that support async
	// request / reply, the first frame of the message will
	// be the routing frame.
	request, err := router.RecvMessage()
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Printf("router received '%s' from '%v'", request[1], request[0])

	// Send a reply. First we send the routing frame, which
	// lets the dealer know which client to send the message.
	// The FlagMore flag tells the router there will be more
	// frames in this message.
	err = router.SendFrame(request[0], goczmq.FlagMore)
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Printf("router sent 'World'")

	// Next send the reply. The FlagNone flag tells the router
	// that this is the last frame of the message.
	err = router.SendFrame([]byte("World"), goczmq.FlagNone)
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	// Receive the reply.
	reply, err := dealer.RecvMessage()
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Printf("dealer received '%s'", string(reply[0]))
}
Output
2015/05/26 21:52:52 router created and bound
2015/05/26 21:52:52 dealer created and connected
2015/05/26 21:52:52 dealer sent 'Hello'
2015/05/26 21:52:52 router received 'Hello' from '[0 103 84 189 175]'
2015/05/26 21:52:52 router sent 'World'
2015/05/26 21:52:52 dealer received 'World'
io.ReadWriter support
Example
package main

import (
	"log"

	"github.com/zeromq/goczmq"
)

func main() {
	// Create a router socket and bind it to port 5555.
	router, err := goczmq.NewRouter("tcp://*:5555")
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}
	defer router.Destroy()

	log.Println("router created and bound")

	// Create a dealer socket and connect it to the router.
	dealer, err := goczmq.NewDealer("tcp://127.0.0.1:5555")
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}
	defer dealer.Destroy()

	log.Println("dealer created and connected")

	// Send a 'Hello' message from the dealer to the router,
	// using the io.Write interface
	n, err := dealer.Write([]byte("Hello"))
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Printf("dealer sent %d byte message 'Hello'\n", n)

	// Make a byte slice and pass it to the router
	// Read interface. When using the ReadWriter
	// interface with a router socket, the router
	// caches the routing frames internally in a
	// FIFO and uses them transparently when
	// sending replies.
	buf := make([]byte, 16386)

	n, err = router.Read(buf)
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Printf("router received '%s'\n", buf[:n])

	// Send a reply.
	n, err = router.Write([]byte("World"))
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Printf("router sent %d byte message 'World'\n", n)

	// Receive the reply, reusing the previous buffer.
	n, err = dealer.Read(buf)
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatal(err)
	}

	log.Printf("dealer received '%s'", string(buf[:n]))
}
Output
2015/05/26 21:54:10 router created and bound
2015/05/26 21:54:10 dealer created and connected
2015/05/26 21:54:10 dealer sent 5 byte message 'Hello'
2015/05/26 21:54:10 router received 'Hello'
2015/05/26 21:54:10 router sent 5 byte message 'World'
2015/05/26 21:54:10 dealer received 'World'
Thread safe channel interface
Example
package main

import (
	"log"

	"github.com/zeromq/goczmq"
)

func main() {
	// Create a router channeler and bind it to port 5555.
	// A channeler provides a thread safe channel interface
	// to a *Sock
	router := goczmq.NewRouterChanneler("tcp://*:5555")
	defer router.Destroy()

	log.Println("router created and bound")

	// Create a dealer channeler and connect it to the router.
	dealer := goczmq.NewDealerChanneler("tcp://127.0.0.1:5555")
	defer dealer.Destroy()

	log.Println("dealer created and connected")

	// Send a 'Hello' message from the dealer to the router.
	dealer.SendChan <- [][]byte{[]byte("Hello")}
	log.Println("dealer sent 'Hello'")

	// Receve the message as a [][]byte. Since this is
	// a router, the first frame of the message wil
	// be the routing frame.
	request := <-router.RecvChan
	log.Printf("router received '%s' from '%v'", request[1], request[0])

	// Send a reply. First we send the routing frame, which
	// lets the dealer know which client to send the message.
	router.SendChan <- [][]byte{request[0], []byte("World")}
	log.Printf("router sent 'World'")

	// Receive the reply.
	reply := <-dealer.RecvChan
	log.Printf("dealer received '%s'", string(reply[0]))
}
Output
2015/05/26 21:56:43 router created and bound
2015/05/26 21:56:43 dealer created and connected
2015/05/26 21:56:43 dealer sent 'Hello'
2015/05/26 21:56:43 received 'Hello' from '[0 12 109 153 35]'
2015/05/26 21:56:43 router sent 'World'
2015/05/26 21:56:43 dealer received 'World'

GoDoc

godoc

See Also

License

This project uses the MPL v2 license, see LICENSE

Documentation

Overview

Package goczmq is a golang binding for CZMQ 3. CZMQ is a high level binding for ZeroMQ. Along with ZeroMQ socket support, CZMQ provides "actor" based services for authentication, service discovery, and creating proxies. GoCZMQ provides direct bindings to CZMQ along with higher level go abstractions such as channels and io.ReadWriter interface support.

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Index

Examples

Constants

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const (
	// Req is a ZMQ_REQ socket type
	Req = int(C.ZMQ_REQ)

	// Rep is a ZMQ_REP socket type
	Rep = int(C.ZMQ_REP)

	// Dealer is a ZMQ_DEALER socket type
	Dealer = int(C.ZMQ_DEALER)

	// Router is a ZMQ_ROUTER socket type
	Router = int(C.ZMQ_ROUTER)

	// Pub is a ZMQ_PUB socket type
	Pub = int(C.ZMQ_PUB)

	// Sub is a ZMQ_SUB socket type
	Sub = int(C.ZMQ_SUB)

	// XPub is a ZMQ_XPUB socket type
	XPub = int(C.ZMQ_XPUB)

	// XSub is a ZMQ_XSUB socket type
	XSub = int(C.ZMQ_XSUB)

	// Push is a ZMQ_PUSH socket type
	Push = int(C.ZMQ_PUSH)

	// Pull is a ZMQ_PULL socket type
	Pull = int(C.ZMQ_PULL)

	// Pair is a ZMQ_PAIR socket type
	Pair = int(C.ZMQ_PAIR)

	// Stream is a ZMQ_STREAM socket type
	Stream = int(C.ZMQ_STREAM)

	// Pollin is the ZMQ_POLLIN constant
	Pollin = int(C.ZMQ_POLLIN)

	// Pollout is the ZMQ_POLLOUT constant
	Pollout = int(C.ZMQ_POLLOUT)

	// FlagMore is the ZFRAME_MORE flag
	FlagMore = int(C.ZFRAME_MORE)

	// FlagReuse is the ZFRAME_REUSE flag
	FlagReuse = int(C.ZFRAME_REUSE)

	//FlagDontWait is the ZFRAME_DONTWAIT flag
	FlagDontWait = int(C.ZFRAME_DONTWAIT)

	//FlagNone means there are no flags
	FlagNone = 0

	// CurveAllowAny is a semantic convenience for allowing
	// any Curve clients
	CurveAllowAny = "*"

	//ZMQVersionMajor is the major version of the underlying ZeroMQ library
	ZMQVersionMajor = int(C.ZMQ_VERSION_MAJOR)

	//ZMQVersionMinor is the minor version of the underlying ZeroMQ library
	ZMQVersionMinor = int(C.ZMQ_VERSION_MINOR)

	//CZMQVersionMajor is the major version of the underlying CZMQ library
	CZMQVersionMajor = int(C.CZMQ_VERSION_MAJOR)

	// CZMQVersionMinor is the minor version of the underlying CZMQ library
	CZMQVersionMinor = int(C.CZMQ_VERSION_MINOR)
)

Variables

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var (
	// ErrActorCmd is returned when there is an error sending
	// a command to an actor
	ErrActorCmd = errors.New("error sending actor command")

	// ErrSockAttach is returned when an attach call to a socket fails
	ErrSockAttach = errors.New("error attaching zsock")

	// ErrInvalidSockType is returned when a function is called
	// against a socket type that is not applicable for that socket type
	ErrInvalidSockType = errors.New("invalid socket type")

	// ErrSliceFull is returned if a []byte passed to Read was not
	// large enough to hold the contents of a message
	ErrSliceFull = errors.New("slice full")

	// ErrConnect is returned if Connect on a socket fails
	ErrConnect = errors.New("connect error")

	// ErrDisconnect is returned if Disconnect on a socket fails
	ErrDisconnect = errors.New("disconnect error")

	// ErrBind is returned if Bind on a socket fails
	ErrBind = errors.New("bind error")

	// ErrUnbind is returned if Unbind on a socket fails
	ErrUnbind = errors.New("unbind error")

	// ErrSendFrame is returned if SendFrame on a socket fails
	ErrSendFrame = errors.New("send frame error")

	// ErrRecvFrame is returned if RecvFrame on a socket fails
	ErrRecvFrame = errors.New("recv frame error")

	// ErrRecvFrameAfterDestroy is returned if RecvFrame is called
	// on a socket after it has been destroyed.
	ErrRecvFrameAfterDestroy = errors.New("RecvFrame() is invalid on socket after Detroy() has been called.")

	// ErrRecvMessage is returned if RecvMessage on a socket fails
	ErrRecvMessage = errors.New("recv message error")

	// ErrWaitAfterDestroy is returned by a Poller if there is an error
	// accessing the underlying socket pointer when Wait is called
	ErrWaitAfterDestroy = errors.New("Wait() is invalid on Poller after Destroy() is called.")

	// ErrMultiPartUnsupported is returned when a function that does
	// not support multi-part messages encounters a multi-part message
	ErrMultiPartUnsupported = errors.New("function does not support multi part messages")

	// ErrTimeout is returned when a function that supports timeouts times out
	ErrTimeout = errors.New("function timed out")

	// ErrCertNotFound is returned when NewCertFromFile tries to
	// load a file that does not exist.
	ErrCertNotFound = errors.New("file not found")
)

Functions

func Shutdown

func Shutdown()

Shutdown shuts down the CZMQ zsys layer. The CZMQ zsys layer normally shuts down on process termination through the use of an atexit cleanup function. Calling this allows the zsys layer to be shutdown manually.

This is beneficial when CZMQ will no longer be used but the process will not be terminating. Any potential resources allocated by the zsys layer can be freed as they will no longer be needed.

Types

type Auth

type Auth struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Auth wraps the CZMQ zauth actor. It handles authentication for all incoming connections. It allows whitelisting and blackisting peers based on IP address and support PLAIN and CURVE authentication policies.

Example
// create a server certificate
serverCert := NewCert()
defer serverCert.Destroy()

// create a client certificate and save it
clientCert := NewCert()
defer clientCert.Destroy()
clientCert.SavePublic("client_cert")
defer func() { os.Remove("client_cert") }()

// create an auth service
auth := NewAuth()
defer auth.Destroy()

// tell the auth service the client cert is allowed
auth.Curve("client_cert")

// create a server socket and set it to
// use the "global" auth domain
server := NewSock(Push)
defer server.Destroy()
server.SetZapDomain("global")

// set the server cert as the server cert
// for the socket we created and set it
// to be a curve server
serverCert.Apply(server)
server.SetCurveServer(1)

// bind our server to an endpoint
server.Bind("tcp://*:9898")

// create a client socket
client := NewSock(Pull)
defer client.Destroy()

// assign the client cert we made to the client
clientCert.Apply(client)

// set the server cert as the server cert
// for the client. for the client to be
// allowed to connect, it needs to know
// the servers public cert.
client.SetCurveServerkey(serverCert.PublicText())

// connect
client.Connect("tcp://127.0.0.1:9898")
Output:

func NewAuth

func NewAuth() *Auth

NewAuth creates a new Auth actor.

func (*Auth) Allow

func (a *Auth) Allow(address string) error

Allow removes a previous Deny

func (*Auth) Curve

func (a *Auth) Curve(allowed string) error

Curve sets auth method to curve

func (*Auth) Deny

func (a *Auth) Deny(address string) error

Deny adds an address to a socket's deny list

func (*Auth) Destroy

func (a *Auth) Destroy()

Destroy destroys the auth actor.

func (*Auth) Plain

func (a *Auth) Plain(directory string) error

Plain sets auth method to plain

func (*Auth) Verbose

func (a *Auth) Verbose() error

Verbose sets the auth actor to log information to stdout.

type Beacon

type Beacon struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Beacon wraps the CZMQ beacon actor. It implements a peer-to-peer discovery service for local networks. Beacons can broadcast and receive UDPv4 service broadcasts.

Example
beacon := NewBeacon()
defer beacon.Destroy()

address, err := beacon.Configure(9999)
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}
fmt.Printf("started beacon on: %s", address)
beacon.Publish("HI", 100)
Output:

func NewBeacon

func NewBeacon() *Beacon

NewBeacon creates a new Beacon instance.

func (*Beacon) Configure

func (b *Beacon) Configure(port int) (string, error)

Configure accepts a port number and configures the beacon, returning an address

func (*Beacon) Destroy

func (b *Beacon) Destroy()

Destroy destroys the beacon.

func (*Beacon) Publish

func (b *Beacon) Publish(announcement string, interval int) error

Publish publishes an announcement string at an interval

func (*Beacon) PublishBytes

func (b *Beacon) PublishBytes(announcement []byte, interval int) error

PublishBytes publishes an announcement byte slice at an interval

func (*Beacon) Recv

func (b *Beacon) Recv(timeout int) [][]byte

Recv waits for the specific timeout in milliseconds to receive a beacon

func (*Beacon) Subscribe

func (b *Beacon) Subscribe(filter string) error

Subscribe subscribes to beacons matching the filter

func (*Beacon) Verbose

func (b *Beacon) Verbose() error

Verbose sets the beacon to log information to stdout.

type Cert

type Cert struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Cert wraps the CZMQ zcert class. It provides tools for creating and working with ZMQ CURVE security certs. The certs can be used as a temporary object in memory or persisted to disk. Certs are made up of a public and secret keypair + metadata.

Example
cert := NewCert()
defer cert.Destroy()
cert.SetMeta("email", "taotetek@gmail.com")
cert.SetMeta("name", "Brian Knox")
cert.SetMeta("organization", "ZeroMQ")
Output:

func NewCert

func NewCert() *Cert

NewCert creates a new empty Cert instance

func NewCertFromFile

func NewCertFromFile(filename string) (*Cert, error)

NewCertFromFile Load loads a Cert from files

func NewCertFromKeys

func NewCertFromKeys(public []byte, secret []byte) (*Cert, error)

NewCertFromKeys creates a new Cert from a public and private key

func (*Cert) Apply

func (c *Cert) Apply(s *Sock)

Apply sets the public and private keys for a socket

func (*Cert) Destroy

func (c *Cert) Destroy()

Destroy destroys Cert instance

func (*Cert) Dup

func (c *Cert) Dup() *Cert

Dup duplicates a Cert

func (*Cert) Equal

func (c *Cert) Equal(compare *Cert) bool

Equal checks two Certs for equality

func (*Cert) Meta

func (c *Cert) Meta(key string) string

Meta returns a meta data item from a Cert given a key

func (*Cert) Print

func (c *Cert) Print()

Print prints a Cert to stdout

func (*Cert) PublicText

func (c *Cert) PublicText() string

PublicText returns the public key as a string

func (*Cert) Save

func (c *Cert) Save(filename string) error

Save saves the public and secret key to filename and filename_secret

func (*Cert) SavePublic

func (c *Cert) SavePublic(filename string) error

SavePublic saves the public key to a file

func (*Cert) SaveSecret

func (c *Cert) SaveSecret(filename string) error

SaveSecret saves the secret key to a file

func (*Cert) SetMeta

func (c *Cert) SetMeta(key string, value string)

SetMeta sets meta data for a Cert

type CertStore

type CertStore struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

func NewCertStore

func NewCertStore(location string) *CertStore

NewCertStore creates a new certificate store from a disk directory, loading and indexing all certificates.

func (*CertStore) Destroy

func (c *CertStore) Destroy()

Destroy destroys Cert instance

func (*CertStore) Insert

func (c *CertStore) Insert(cert *Cert)

Insert inserts a certificate into the store in memory. Call Save directly on the cert if you wish to save it to disk.

func (*CertStore) Lookup

func (c *CertStore) Lookup(key string) *Cert

Lookup looks up a certificate in the store by public key and returns it.

func (*CertStore) Print

func (c *CertStore) Print()

Print prints a list of certificates in the store to stdout

type Channeler

type Channeler struct {
	SendChan chan<- [][]byte
	RecvChan <-chan [][]byte
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Channeler serializes all access to a socket through a send and receive channel. It starts two threads, on is used for receiving from the zeromq socket. The other is used to listen to the receive channel, and send everything back to the socket thrad for sending using an additional inproc socket.

Example (Output)
// create a dealer channeler
dealer := NewDealerChanneler("inproc://channelerdealerrouter")
defer dealer.Destroy()

// create a router channeler
router := NewRouterChanneler("inproc://channelerdealerrouter")
defer router.Destroy()

// send a hello message
dealer.SendChan <- [][]byte{[]byte("Hello")}

// receive the hello message
request := <-router.RecvChan

// first frame is identity of client - let's append 'World'
// to the message and route it back
request = append(request, []byte("World"))

// send the reply
router.SendChan <- request

// receive the reply
reply := <-dealer.RecvChan

fmt.Printf("%s %s", string(reply[0]), string(reply[1]))
Output:

Hello World

func NewDealerChanneler

func NewDealerChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewDealerChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Dealer socket. The socket will connect by default.

func NewPairChanneler

func NewPairChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewPairChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Pair socket. The socket will connect by default.

func NewPubChanneler

func NewPubChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewPubChanneler creats a new Channeler wrapping a Pub socket. The socket will bind by default.

func NewPullChanneler

func NewPullChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewPullChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Pull socket. The socket will bind by default.

func NewPushChanneler

func NewPushChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewPushChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Push socket. The socket will connect by default.

func NewRepChanneler

func NewRepChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewRepChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Rep socket. The socket will bind by default.

func NewReqChanneler

func NewReqChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewReqChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Req socket. The socket will connect by default.

func NewRouterChanneler

func NewRouterChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewRouterChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Router socket. The socket will Bind by default.

func NewStreamChanneler

func NewStreamChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewStreamChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Pair socket. The socket will connect by default.

func NewSubChanneler

func NewSubChanneler(endpoints string, subscribe ...string) *Channeler

NewSubChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a Sub socket. Along with an endpoint list it accepts a comma delimited list of topics. The socket will connect by default.

func NewXPubChanneler

func NewXPubChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewXPubChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping an XPub socket. The socket will Bind by default.

func NewXSubChanneler

func NewXSubChanneler(endpoints string) *Channeler

NewXSubChanneler creates a new Channeler wrapping a XSub socket. The socket will connect by default.

func (*Channeler) Destroy

func (c *Channeler) Destroy()

Destroy sends a message to the Channeler to shut it down and clean it up.

func (*Channeler) Subscribe

func (c *Channeler) Subscribe(topic string)

Subscribe to a Topic

func (*Channeler) Unsubscribe

func (c *Channeler) Unsubscribe(topic string)

Unsubscribe from a Topic

type Poller

type Poller struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Poller provides a simple wrapper to ZeroMQ's zmq_poll API, for the common case of reading from a number of sockets. Sockets can be added and removed from the running poller.

Example
sock1, err := NewRouter("inproc://poller_example_1")
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}
defer sock1.Destroy()

poller, err := NewPoller(sock1)
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

sock2, err := NewRouter("inproc://poller_example_2")
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}
defer sock2.Destroy()

err = poller.Add(sock2)
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

// Poller.Wait(millis) returns first socket that has a waiting message
_ = poller.Wait(1)
Output:

func NewPoller

func NewPoller(readers ...*Sock) (*Poller, error)

NewPoller creates a new Poller instance. It accepts one or more readers to poll.

func (*Poller) Add

func (p *Poller) Add(reader *Sock) error

Add adds a reader to be polled.

func (*Poller) Destroy

func (p *Poller) Destroy()

Destroy destroys the Poller

func (*Poller) Remove

func (p *Poller) Remove(reader *Sock)

Remove removes a Sock from the poller

func (*Poller) Wait

func (p *Poller) Wait(millis int) *Sock

Wait waits for the timeout period in milliseconds for a Pollin event, and returns the first socket that returns one

type Proxy

type Proxy struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Proxy wraps the CZMQ zproxy actor. A proxy actor switches messages between a frontend and backend socket, and also provides an optional capture socket messages can be mirrored to. The proxy can be paused and resumed.

Example
proxy := NewProxy()
defer proxy.Destroy()

// set front end address and socket type
err := proxy.SetFrontend(Pull, "inproc://frontend")
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

// set back end address and socket type
err = proxy.SetBackend(Push, "inproc://backend")
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

// set address for "tee"ing proxy traffic to
err = proxy.SetCapture("inproc://capture")
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

// we can pause the proxy
err = proxy.Pause()
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

// and we can resume it
err = proxy.Resume()
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

proxy.Destroy()
Output:

func NewProxy

func NewProxy() *Proxy

NewProxy creates a new Proxy instance.

func (*Proxy) Destroy

func (p *Proxy) Destroy()

Destroy destroys the proxy.

func (*Proxy) Pause

func (p *Proxy) Pause() error

Pause sends a message to the zproxy actor telling it to pause.

func (*Proxy) Resume

func (p *Proxy) Resume() error

Resume sends a message to the zproxy actor telling it to resume.

func (*Proxy) SetBackend

func (p *Proxy) SetBackend(sockType int, endpoint string) error

SetBackend accepts a socket type and endpoint, and sends a message to the zactor thread telling it to set up a socket bound to the endpoint.

func (*Proxy) SetCapture

func (p *Proxy) SetCapture(endpoint string) error

SetCapture accepts a socket endpoint and sets up a Push socket bound to that endpoint, that sends a copy of all messages passing through the proxy.

func (*Proxy) SetFrontend

func (p *Proxy) SetFrontend(sockType int, endpoint string) error

SetFrontend accepts a socket type and endpoint, and sends a message to the zactor thread telling it to set up a socket bound to the endpoint.

func (*Proxy) Verbose

func (p *Proxy) Verbose() error

Verbose sets the proxy to log information to stdout.

type ReadWriter

type ReadWriter struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

ReadWriter provides an io.ReadWriter compatible interface for goczmq.Sock

func NewReadWriter

func NewReadWriter(sock *Sock) (*ReadWriter, error)

NewReadWriter accepts a sock and returns a goczmq.ReadWriter. The io.ReadWriter should now be considered responsible for this Sock.

func (*ReadWriter) Destroy

func (r *ReadWriter) Destroy()

Destroy destroys both the ReadWriter and the underlying Sock

func (*ReadWriter) GetLastClientID

func (r *ReadWriter) GetLastClientID() []byte

GetLastClientID returns the id of the last client you received a message from if the underlying socket is a Router socket

func (*ReadWriter) Read

func (r *ReadWriter) Read(p []byte) (int, error)

Read satisifies io.Read

func (*ReadWriter) SetLastClientID

func (r *ReadWriter) SetLastClientID(id []byte)

SetLastClientID lets you manually set the id of the client you last received a message from if the underlying socket is a Router socket

func (*ReadWriter) SetTimeout

func (r *ReadWriter) SetTimeout(ms int)

SetTimeout sets the timeout on Read in millisecond. If no new data is received within the timeout period, Read will return an ErrTimeout

func (*ReadWriter) Write

func (r *ReadWriter) Write(p []byte) (int, error)

Write satisfies io.Write

type Sock

type Sock struct {
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Sock wraps the CZMQ zsock class.

Example (Output)
// create dealer socket
dealer, err := NewDealer("inproc://example")
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}
defer dealer.Destroy()

// create router socket
router, err := NewRouter("inproc://example")
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}
defer router.Destroy()

// send hello message
dealer.SendFrame([]byte("Hello"), FlagNone)

// receive hello message
request, err := router.RecvMessage()
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

// first frame is identify of client - let's append 'World'
// to the message and route it back.
request = append(request, []byte("World"))

// send reply
err = router.SendMessage(request)
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

// receive reply
reply, err := dealer.RecvMessage()
if err != nil {
	panic(err)
}

fmt.Printf("%s %s", string(reply[0]), string(reply[1]))
Output:

Hello World

func NewDealer

func NewDealer(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewDealer creates a Dealer socket and calls Attach. The socket will Connect by default.

func NewPair

func NewPair(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewPair creates a Pair socket and calls Attach. The socket will Connect by default.

func NewPub

func NewPub(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewPub creates a Pub socket and calls Attach. The socket will Bind by default.

func NewPull

func NewPull(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewPull creates a Pull socket and calls Attach. The socket will Bind by default.

func NewPush

func NewPush(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewPush creates a Push socket and calls Attach. The socket will Connect by default.

func NewRep

func NewRep(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewRep creates a Rep socket and calls Attach. The socket will Bind by default.

func NewReq

func NewReq(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewReq creates a Req socket and calls Attach. The socket will Connect by default.

func NewRouter

func NewRouter(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewRouter creates a Router socket and calls Attach. The socket will Bind by default.

func NewSock

func NewSock(t int) *Sock

NewSock creates a new socket. The caller source and line number are passed so CZMQ can report socket leaks intelligently.

func NewStream

func NewStream(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewStream creates a Stream socket and calls Attach. The socket will Connect by default.

func NewSub

func NewSub(endpoints string, subscribe string) (*Sock, error)

NewSub creates a Sub socket and calls Attach. 'subscribe' is a comma delimited list of topics to subscribe to. The socket will Connect by default.

func NewXPub

func NewXPub(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewXPub creates an XPub socket and calls Attach. The socket will Bind by default.

func NewXSub

func NewXSub(endpoints string) (*Sock, error)

NewXSub creates an XSub socket and calls Attach. The socket will Connect by default.

func (*Sock) Affinity

func (s *Sock) Affinity() int

Affinity returns the current value of the socket's affinity option

func (*Sock) Attach

func (s *Sock) Attach(endpoints string, serverish bool) error

Attach attaches a socket to zero or more endpoints. If endpoints is not null, parses as list of ZeroMQ endpoints, separated by commas, and prefixed by '@' (to bind the socket) or '>' (to attach the socket). If the endpoint does not start with '@' or '>', the serverish argument determines whether it is used to bind (serverish = true) or connect (serverish = false)

func (*Sock) Backlog

func (s *Sock) Backlog() int

Backlog returns the current value of the socket's backlog option

func (*Sock) Bind

func (s *Sock) Bind(endpoint string) (int, error)

Bind binds a socket to an endpoint. On success returns the port number used for tcp transports, or 0 for other transports. On failure returns a -1 for port, and an error.

func (*Sock) Connect

func (s *Sock) Connect(endpoint string) error

Connect connects a socket to an endpoint returns an error if the connect failed.

func (*Sock) ConnectTimeout

func (s *Sock) ConnectTimeout() int

ConnectTimeout returns the current value of the socket's connect_timeout option

func (*Sock) CurvePublickey

func (s *Sock) CurvePublickey() string

CurvePublickey returns the current value of the socket's curve_publickey option

func (*Sock) CurveSecretkey

func (s *Sock) CurveSecretkey() string

CurveSecretkey returns the current value of the socket's curve_secretkey option

func (*Sock) CurveServer

func (s *Sock) CurveServer() int

CurveServer returns the current value of the socket's curve_server option

func (*Sock) CurveServerkey

func (s *Sock) CurveServerkey() string

CurveServerkey returns the current value of the socket's curve_serverkey option

func (*Sock) Destroy

func (s *Sock) Destroy()

Destroy destroys the underlying zsockT.

func (*Sock) Disconnect

func (s *Sock) Disconnect(endpoint string) error

Disconnect disconnects a socket from an endpoint. If returns an error if the endpoint was not found

func (*Sock) Events

func (s *Sock) Events() int

Events returns the current value of the socket's events option

func (*Sock) Fd

func (s *Sock) Fd() int

Fd returns the current value of the socket's fd option

func (*Sock) GetLastClientID

func (s *Sock) GetLastClientID() []byte

GetLastClientID returns the id of the last client you received a message from if the underlying socket is a Router socket DEPRECATED: See goczmq.ReadWriter

func (*Sock) GetType

func (s *Sock) GetType() int

GetType returns the socket's type

func (*Sock) GssapiPlaintext

func (s *Sock) GssapiPlaintext() int

GssapiPlaintext returns the current value of the socket's gssapi_plaintext option

func (*Sock) GssapiPrincipal

func (s *Sock) GssapiPrincipal() string

GssapiPrincipal returns the current value of the socket's gssapi_principal option

func (*Sock) GssapiServer

func (s *Sock) GssapiServer() int

GssapiServer returns the current value of the socket's gssapi_server option

func (*Sock) GssapiServicePrincipal

func (s *Sock) GssapiServicePrincipal() string

GssapiServicePrincipal returns the current value of the socket's gssapi_service_principal option

func (*Sock) HandshakeIvl

func (s *Sock) HandshakeIvl() int

HandshakeIvl returns the current value of the socket's handshake_ivl option

func (*Sock) HeartbeatIvl

func (s *Sock) HeartbeatIvl() int

HeartbeatIvl returns the current value of the socket's heartbeat_ivl option

func (*Sock) HeartbeatTimeout

func (s *Sock) HeartbeatTimeout() int

HeartbeatTimeout returns the current value of the socket's heartbeat_timeout option

func (*Sock) HeartbeatTtl

func (s *Sock) HeartbeatTtl() int

HeartbeatTtl returns the current value of the socket's heartbeat_ttl option

func (*Sock) Identity

func (s *Sock) Identity() string

Identity returns the current value of the socket's identity option

func (*Sock) Immediate

func (s *Sock) Immediate() int

Immediate returns the current value of the socket's immediate option

func (*Sock) InvertMatching

func (s *Sock) InvertMatching() int

InvertMatching returns the current value of the socket's invert_matching option

func (*Sock) Ipv4only

func (s *Sock) Ipv4only() int

Ipv4only returns the current value of the socket's ipv4only option

func (*Sock) Ipv6

func (s *Sock) Ipv6() int

Ipv6 returns the current value of the socket's ipv6 option

func (*Sock) LastEndpoint

func (s *Sock) LastEndpoint() string

LastEndpoint returns the current value of the socket's last_endpoint option

func (*Sock) Linger

func (s *Sock) Linger() int

Linger returns the current value of the socket's linger option

func (*Sock) Maxmsgsize

func (s *Sock) Maxmsgsize() int

Maxmsgsize returns the current value of the socket's maxmsgsize option

func (*Sock) Mechanism

func (s *Sock) Mechanism() int

Mechanism returns the current value of the socket's mechanism option

func (*Sock) MulticastHops

func (s *Sock) MulticastHops() int

MulticastHops returns the current value of the socket's multicast_hops option

func (*Sock) MulticastMaxtpdu

func (s *Sock) MulticastMaxtpdu() int

MulticastMaxtpdu returns the current value of the socket's multicast_maxtpdu option

func (*Sock) PlainPassword

func (s *Sock) PlainPassword() string

PlainPassword returns the current value of the socket's plain_password option

func (*Sock) PlainServer

func (s *Sock) PlainServer() int

PlainServer returns the current value of the socket's plain_server option

func (*Sock) PlainUsername

func (s *Sock) PlainUsername() string

PlainUsername returns the current value of the socket's plain_username option

func (*Sock) Pollin

func (s *Sock) Pollin() bool

Pollin returns true if there is a Pollin event on the socket

func (*Sock) Pollout

func (s *Sock) Pollout() bool

Pollout returns true if there is a Pollout event on the socket

func (*Sock) Rate

func (s *Sock) Rate() int

Rate returns the current value of the socket's rate option

func (*Sock) Rcvbuf

func (s *Sock) Rcvbuf() int

Rcvbuf returns the current value of the socket's rcvbuf option

func (*Sock) Rcvhwm

func (s *Sock) Rcvhwm() int

Rcvhwm returns the current value of the socket's rcvhwm option

func (*Sock) Rcvmore

func (s *Sock) Rcvmore() int

Rcvmore returns the current value of the socket's rcvmore option

func (*Sock) Rcvtimeo

func (s *Sock) Rcvtimeo() int

Rcvtimeo returns the current value of the socket's rcvtimeo option

func (*Sock) Read

func (s *Sock) Read(p []byte) (int, error)

Read provides an io.Reader interface to a zeromq socket DEPRECATED: see goczmq.ReadWriter

func (*Sock) ReconnectIvl

func (s *Sock) ReconnectIvl() int

ReconnectIvl returns the current value of the socket's reconnect_ivl option

func (*Sock) ReconnectIvlMax

func (s *Sock) ReconnectIvlMax() int

ReconnectIvlMax returns the current value of the socket's reconnect_ivl_max option

func (*Sock) RecoveryIvl

func (s *Sock) RecoveryIvl() int

RecoveryIvl returns the current value of the socket's recovery_ivl option

func (*Sock) RecvFrame

func (s *Sock) RecvFrame() ([]byte, int, error)

RecvFrame reads a frame from the socket and returns it as a byte array, along with a more flag and and error (if there is an error)

func (*Sock) RecvFrameNoWait

func (s *Sock) RecvFrameNoWait() ([]byte, int, error)

RecvFrameNoWait receives a frame from the socket and returns it as a byte array if one is waiting. Returns an empty frame, a 0 more flag and an error if one is not immediately available

func (*Sock) RecvMessage

func (s *Sock) RecvMessage() ([][]byte, error)

RecvMessage receives a full message from the socket and returns it as an array of byte arrays.

func (*Sock) RecvMessageNoWait

func (s *Sock) RecvMessageNoWait() ([][]byte, error)

RecvMessageNoWait receives a full message from the socket and returns it as an array of byte arrays if one is waiting. Returns an empty message and an error if one is not immediately available

func (*Sock) SendFrame

func (s *Sock) SendFrame(data []byte, flags int) error

SendFrame sends a byte array via the socket. For the flags value, use 0 for a single message, or SNDFlagMore if it is a multi-part message

func (*Sock) SendMessage

func (s *Sock) SendMessage(parts [][]byte) error

SendMessage accepts an array of byte arrays and sends it as a multi-part message.

func (*Sock) SetAffinity

func (s *Sock) SetAffinity(val int)

SetAffinity sets the affinity option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetBacklog

func (s *Sock) SetBacklog(val int)

SetBacklog sets the backlog option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetConflate

func (s *Sock) SetConflate(val int)

SetConflate sets the conflate option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetConnectRid

func (s *Sock) SetConnectRid(val string)

SetConnectRid sets the connect_rid option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetConnectTimeout

func (s *Sock) SetConnectTimeout(val int)

SetConnectTimeout sets the connect_timeout option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetCurvePublickey

func (s *Sock) SetCurvePublickey(val string)

SetCurvePublickey sets the curve_publickey option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetCurveSecretkey

func (s *Sock) SetCurveSecretkey(val string)

SetCurveSecretkey sets the curve_secretkey option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetCurveServer

func (s *Sock) SetCurveServer(val int)

SetCurveServer sets the curve_server option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetCurveServerkey

func (s *Sock) SetCurveServerkey(val string)

SetCurveServerkey sets the curve_serverkey option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetDelayAttachOnConnect

func (s *Sock) SetDelayAttachOnConnect(val int)

SetDelayAttachOnConnect sets the delay_attach_on_connect option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetGssapiPlaintext

func (s *Sock) SetGssapiPlaintext(val int)

SetGssapiPlaintext sets the gssapi_plaintext option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetGssapiPrincipal

func (s *Sock) SetGssapiPrincipal(val string)

SetGssapiPrincipal sets the gssapi_principal option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetGssapiServer

func (s *Sock) SetGssapiServer(val int)

SetGssapiServer sets the gssapi_server option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetGssapiServicePrincipal

func (s *Sock) SetGssapiServicePrincipal(val string)

SetGssapiServicePrincipal sets the gssapi_service_principal option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetHandshakeIvl

func (s *Sock) SetHandshakeIvl(val int)

SetHandshakeIvl sets the handshake_ivl option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetHeartbeatIvl

func (s *Sock) SetHeartbeatIvl(val int)

SetHeartbeatIvl sets the heartbeat_ivl option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetHeartbeatTimeout

func (s *Sock) SetHeartbeatTimeout(val int)

SetHeartbeatTimeout sets the heartbeat_timeout option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetHeartbeatTtl

func (s *Sock) SetHeartbeatTtl(val int)

SetHeartbeatTtl sets the heartbeat_ttl option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetIdentity

func (s *Sock) SetIdentity(val string)

SetIdentity sets the identity option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetImmediate

func (s *Sock) SetImmediate(val int)

SetImmediate sets the immediate option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetInvertMatching

func (s *Sock) SetInvertMatching(val int)

SetInvertMatching sets the invert_matching option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetIpv4only

func (s *Sock) SetIpv4only(val int)

SetIpv4only sets the ipv4only option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetIpv6

func (s *Sock) SetIpv6(val int)

SetIpv6 sets the ipv6 option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetLastClientID

func (s *Sock) SetLastClientID(id []byte)

SetLastClientID lets you manually set the id of the client you last received a message from if the underlying socket is a Router socket DEPRECATED: See goczmq.ReadWriter

func (*Sock) SetLinger

func (s *Sock) SetLinger(val int)

SetLinger sets the linger option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetMaxmsgsize

func (s *Sock) SetMaxmsgsize(val int)

SetMaxmsgsize sets the maxmsgsize option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetMulticastHops

func (s *Sock) SetMulticastHops(val int)

SetMulticastHops sets the multicast_hops option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetMulticastMaxtpdu

func (s *Sock) SetMulticastMaxtpdu(val int)

SetMulticastMaxtpdu sets the multicast_maxtpdu option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetPlainPassword

func (s *Sock) SetPlainPassword(val string)

SetPlainPassword sets the plain_password option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetPlainServer

func (s *Sock) SetPlainServer(val int)

SetPlainServer sets the plain_server option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetPlainUsername

func (s *Sock) SetPlainUsername(val string)

SetPlainUsername sets the plain_username option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetProbeRouter

func (s *Sock) SetProbeRouter(val int)

SetProbeRouter sets the probe_router option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRate

func (s *Sock) SetRate(val int)

SetRate sets the rate option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRcvbuf

func (s *Sock) SetRcvbuf(val int)

SetRcvbuf sets the rcvbuf option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRcvhwm

func (s *Sock) SetRcvhwm(val int)

SetRcvhwm sets the rcvhwm option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRcvtimeo

func (s *Sock) SetRcvtimeo(val int)

SetRcvtimeo sets the rcvtimeo option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetReconnectIvl

func (s *Sock) SetReconnectIvl(val int)

SetReconnectIvl sets the reconnect_ivl option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetReconnectIvlMax

func (s *Sock) SetReconnectIvlMax(val int)

SetReconnectIvlMax sets the reconnect_ivl_max option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRecoveryIvl

func (s *Sock) SetRecoveryIvl(val int)

SetRecoveryIvl sets the recovery_ivl option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetReqCorrelate

func (s *Sock) SetReqCorrelate(val int)

SetReqCorrelate sets the req_correlate option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetReqRelaxed

func (s *Sock) SetReqRelaxed(val int)

SetReqRelaxed sets the req_relaxed option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRouterHandover

func (s *Sock) SetRouterHandover(val int)

SetRouterHandover sets the router_handover option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRouterMandatory

func (s *Sock) SetRouterMandatory(val int)

SetRouterMandatory sets the router_mandatory option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetRouterRaw

func (s *Sock) SetRouterRaw(val int)

SetRouterRaw sets the router_raw option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetSndbuf

func (s *Sock) SetSndbuf(val int)

SetSndbuf sets the sndbuf option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetSndhwm

func (s *Sock) SetSndhwm(val int)

SetSndhwm sets the sndhwm option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetSndtimeo

func (s *Sock) SetSndtimeo(val int)

SetSndtimeo sets the sndtimeo option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetSocksProxy

func (s *Sock) SetSocksProxy(val string)

SetSocksProxy sets the socks_proxy option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetStreamNotify

func (s *Sock) SetStreamNotify(val int)

SetStreamNotify sets the stream_notify option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetSubscribe

func (s *Sock) SetSubscribe(val string)

SetSubscribe sets the subscribe option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetTcpAcceptFilter

func (s *Sock) SetTcpAcceptFilter(val string)

SetTcpAcceptFilter sets the tcp_accept_filter option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetTcpKeepalive

func (s *Sock) SetTcpKeepalive(val int)

SetTcpKeepalive sets the tcp_keepalive option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetTcpKeepaliveCnt

func (s *Sock) SetTcpKeepaliveCnt(val int)

SetTcpKeepaliveCnt sets the tcp_keepalive_cnt option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetTcpKeepaliveIdle

func (s *Sock) SetTcpKeepaliveIdle(val int)

SetTcpKeepaliveIdle sets the tcp_keepalive_idle option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetTcpKeepaliveIntvl

func (s *Sock) SetTcpKeepaliveIntvl(val int)

SetTcpKeepaliveIntvl sets the tcp_keepalive_intvl option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetTcpMaxrt

func (s *Sock) SetTcpMaxrt(val int)

SetTcpMaxrt sets the tcp_maxrt option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetTos

func (s *Sock) SetTos(val int)

SetTos sets the tos option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetUnsubscribe

func (s *Sock) SetUnsubscribe(val string)

SetUnsubscribe sets the unsubscribe option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetUseFd

func (s *Sock) SetUseFd(val int)

SetUseFd sets the use_fd option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetVmciBufferMaxSize

func (s *Sock) SetVmciBufferMaxSize(val int)

SetVmciBufferMaxSize sets the vmci_buffer_max_size option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetVmciBufferMinSize

func (s *Sock) SetVmciBufferMinSize(val int)

SetVmciBufferMinSize sets the vmci_buffer_min_size option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetVmciBufferSize

func (s *Sock) SetVmciBufferSize(val int)

SetVmciBufferSize sets the vmci_buffer_size option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetVmciConnectTimeout

func (s *Sock) SetVmciConnectTimeout(val int)

SetVmciConnectTimeout sets the vmci_connect_timeout option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetXPubManual

func (s *Sock) SetXPubManual(val int)

SetXPubManual sets the xpub_manual option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetXPubNodrop

func (s *Sock) SetXPubNodrop(val int)

SetXPubNodrop sets the xpub_nodrop option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetXPubVerbose

func (s *Sock) SetXPubVerbose(val int)

SetXPubVerbose sets the xpub_verbose option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetXPubVerboser

func (s *Sock) SetXPubVerboser(val int)

SetXPubVerboser sets the xpub_verboser option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetXPubWelcomeMsg

func (s *Sock) SetXPubWelcomeMsg(val string)

SetXPubWelcomeMsg sets the xpub_welcome_msg option for the socket

func (*Sock) SetZapDomain

func (s *Sock) SetZapDomain(val string)

SetZapDomain sets the zap_domain option for the socket

func (*Sock) Sndbuf

func (s *Sock) Sndbuf() int

Sndbuf returns the current value of the socket's sndbuf option

func (*Sock) Sndhwm

func (s *Sock) Sndhwm() int

Sndhwm returns the current value of the socket's sndhwm option

func (*Sock) Sndtimeo

func (s *Sock) Sndtimeo() int

Sndtimeo returns the current value of the socket's sndtimeo option

func (*Sock) SocksProxy

func (s *Sock) SocksProxy() string

SocksProxy returns the current value of the socket's socks_proxy option

func (*Sock) TcpAcceptFilter

func (s *Sock) TcpAcceptFilter() string

TcpAcceptFilter returns the current value of the socket's tcp_accept_filter option

func (*Sock) TcpKeepalive

func (s *Sock) TcpKeepalive() int

TcpKeepalive returns the current value of the socket's tcp_keepalive option

func (*Sock) TcpKeepaliveCnt

func (s *Sock) TcpKeepaliveCnt() int

TcpKeepaliveCnt returns the current value of the socket's tcp_keepalive_cnt option

func (*Sock) TcpKeepaliveIdle

func (s *Sock) TcpKeepaliveIdle() int

TcpKeepaliveIdle returns the current value of the socket's tcp_keepalive_idle option

func (*Sock) TcpKeepaliveIntvl

func (s *Sock) TcpKeepaliveIntvl() int

TcpKeepaliveIntvl returns the current value of the socket's tcp_keepalive_intvl option

func (*Sock) TcpMaxrt

func (s *Sock) TcpMaxrt() int

TcpMaxrt returns the current value of the socket's tcp_maxrt option

func (*Sock) ThreadSafe

func (s *Sock) ThreadSafe() int

ThreadSafe returns the current value of the socket's thread_safe option

func (*Sock) Tos

func (s *Sock) Tos() int

Tos returns the current value of the socket's tos option

func (*Sock) Type

func (s *Sock) Type() int

Type returns the current value of the socket's type option

func (*Sock) Unbind

func (s *Sock) Unbind(endpoint string) error

Unbind unbinds a socket from an endpoint. If returns an error if the endpoint was not found

func (*Sock) UseFd

func (s *Sock) UseFd() int

UseFd returns the current value of the socket's use_fd option

func (*Sock) VmciBufferMaxSize

func (s *Sock) VmciBufferMaxSize() int

VmciBufferMaxSize returns the current value of the socket's vmci_buffer_max_size option

func (*Sock) VmciBufferMinSize

func (s *Sock) VmciBufferMinSize() int

VmciBufferMinSize returns the current value of the socket's vmci_buffer_min_size option

func (*Sock) VmciBufferSize

func (s *Sock) VmciBufferSize() int

VmciBufferSize returns the current value of the socket's vmci_buffer_size option

func (*Sock) VmciConnectTimeout

func (s *Sock) VmciConnectTimeout() int

VmciConnectTimeout returns the current value of the socket's vmci_connect_timeout option

func (*Sock) Write

func (s *Sock) Write(p []byte) (int, error)

Write provides an io.Writer interface to a zeromq socket DEPRECATED: See goczmq.ReadWriter

func (*Sock) ZapDomain

func (s *Sock) ZapDomain() string

ZapDomain returns the current value of the socket's zap_domain option

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