GNet is a simple network library. It is written in C, object-oriented, and built upon glib. It is meant to be small, fast, easy to use, and easy to port. The interface is similar to the interface for Java's network library. Features include:
- TCP 'client' sockets
- TCP 'server' sockets
- IP Multicast
- Internet address abstraction
- Non-blocking TCP sockets and address lookup
DocumentationUser reference manual available in HTML format from http://www.gnetlibrary.org/docs/
released on 3 February 2008
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