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A replacement for Unit tcp that supports IPv6.
Jun-ichiro Itojun Hagino and felix winkelmann.
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All definitions of the tcp library unit normally distributed with Chicken are provided, the only differences are that tcp-connect accepts IPv6 host-addresses and an additional optional argument to tcp-listen.
tcp-listen[procedure] (tcp-listen PORT [BACKLOG [IPV6]])
If the argument IPV6 is given and not #f, then the listener socket is created with an IPv6 address.
- 1.2 Adding missing .setup script [reported by Peter Busser]
- 1.1 Replaced use of (end-of-file) with #!eof
- 1.0 Initial release
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