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0000192LDMudOtherpublic2004-11-26 22:31
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Summary0000192: Socket specification (e.g. on the command line)
DescriptionShort: Idea for socket specification
From: Lars Duning <>
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 13:00:04 +0000
Type: Feature
State: Unclassified

All types of servers need a socket address. This socket address can have different formats.

      The format for a UNIX-socket is 'unix:<socket path>' or 'local:<socket path>'. The path can be an absolute path beginning with a '/'
      or a relative path to 'tnt_dir'.


      The format for a INET-socket is 'ip-address:port'. ip-address can be a hostname, an ip-address or a '*' for any ip-address. Port can
      be any valid port number or a name for a service.

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