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/*
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 * This file is part of the pkgnet package - the SvarDOS package manager.
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 * Copyright (C) Mateusz Viste 2013-2022
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 */
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#ifndef libtcp_hdr
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#define libtcp_hdr
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struct net_tcpsocket; /* opaque struct, exact implementation in net.c */
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/* resolves name and fills resovled addr into ip. on failure it retries r times
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 * (r=0 means "try only once"). returns 0 on success. */
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int net_dnsresolve(char *ip, const char *name, int r);
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/* must be called before using libtcp. returns 0 on success, or non-zero if network subsystem is not available. */
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int net_init(void);
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/* initiates a connection to an IP host and returns a socket pointer (or NULL
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 * on error) - note that connection is NOT established at this point!
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 * use net_isconnected() to know when the connection is connected.
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 * buffsz is the size of the TCP buffer that will be allocated by net_connect. */
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struct net_tcpsocket *net_connect(const char *ip, unsigned short port, unsigned short buffsz);
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/* checks whether or not a socket is connected. returns:
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 *  0 = not connected,
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 *  1 = connected
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 * -1 = error */
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int net_isconnected(struct net_tcpsocket *s);
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/* Sends data on socket 'socket'.
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Returns the number of bytes sent on success, and <0 otherwise. The error code can be translated into a human error message via libtcp_strerr(). */
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int net_send(struct net_tcpsocket *socket, const void *line, long len);
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/* Reads data from socket 'sock' and write it into buffer 'buff', until end of connection. Will fall into error if the amount of data is bigger than 'maxlen' bytes.
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Returns the amount of data read (in bytes) on success, or a negative value otherwise. The error code can be translated into a human error message via libtcp_strerr(). */
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int net_recv(struct net_tcpsocket *socket, void *buff, long maxlen);
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/* Close the 'sock' socket. */
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void net_close(struct net_tcpsocket *socket);
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/* Returns an info string about the networking engine being used */
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const char *net_engine(void);
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#endif