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{-# LANGUAGE CPP, ScopedTypeVariables #-}
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{-# OPTIONS_GHC -fno-warn-orphans #-}
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- |
-- Module      :  Network.Socket
-- Copyright   :  (c) The University of Glasgow 2001
-- License     :  BSD-style (see the file libraries/network/LICENSE)
--
-- Maintainer  :  libraries@haskell.org
-- Stability   :  provisional
-- Portability :  portable
--
-- The "Network.Socket" module is for when you want full control over
-- sockets.  Essentially the entire C socket API is exposed through
-- this module; in general the operations follow the behaviour of the C
-- functions of the same name (consult your favourite Unix networking book).
--
-- A higher level interface to networking operations is provided
-- through the module "Network".
--
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------


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-- NOTE: ##, we want this interpreted when compiling the .hs, not by hsc2hs.
#include "Typeable.h"

-- In order to process this file, you need to have CALLCONV defined.

module Network.Socket
    (
    -- * Types
      Socket(..)
    , Family(..)
    , isSupportedFamily
    , SocketType(..)
    , isSupportedSocketType
    , SockAddr(..)
    , SocketStatus(..)
    , HostAddress

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    , HostAddress6
    , FlowInfo
    , ScopeID

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    , ShutdownCmd(..)
    , ProtocolNumber
    , defaultProtocol
    , PortNumber(..)
    -- PortNumber is used non-abstractly in Network.BSD.  ToDo: remove
    -- this use and make the type abstract.

    -- * Address operations

    , HostName
    , ServiceName


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    , AddrInfo(..)

    , AddrInfoFlag(..)
    , addrInfoFlagImplemented

    , defaultHints

    , getAddrInfo

    , NameInfoFlag(..)

    , getNameInfo

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    -- * Socket operations
    , socket

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    , socketPair

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    , connect
    , bind
    , listen
    , accept
    , getPeerName
    , getSocketName


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    , socketPort

    , socketToHandle

    -- ** Sending and receiving data
    -- $sendrecv
    , sendTo
    , sendBufTo

    , recvFrom
    , recvBufFrom

    , send
    , recv
    , recvLen
    , sendBuf
    , recvBuf

    , inet_addr
    , inet_ntoa

    , shutdown
    , close

    -- ** Predicates on sockets
    , isConnected
    , isBound
    , isListening
    , isReadable
    , isWritable

    -- * Socket options
    , SocketOption(..)
    , isSupportedSocketOption
    , getSocketOption
    , setSocketOption

    -- * File descriptor transmission

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    , sendFd
    , recvFd


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    -- * Special constants
    , aNY_PORT
    , iNADDR_ANY

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    , iN6ADDR_ANY

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    , sOMAXCONN
    , sOL_SOCKET

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    , sCM_RIGHTS

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    , maxListenQueue

    -- * Initialisation
    , withSocketsDo

    -- * Very low level operations
    -- in case you ever want to get at the underlying file descriptor..
    , fdSocket
    , mkSocket

    -- * Deprecated aliases
    -- $deprecated-aliases
    , bindSocket
    , sClose
    , sIsConnected
    , sIsBound
    , sIsListening
    , sIsReadable
    , sIsWritable

    -- * Internal

    -- | The following are exported ONLY for use in the BSD module and
    -- should not be used anywhere else.

    , packFamily
    , unpackFamily
    , packSocketType
    ) where

import Data.Bits
import Data.List (delete, foldl')
import Data.Maybe (fromMaybe, isJust)
import Data.Word (Word8, Word16, Word32)
import Foreign.Ptr (Ptr, castPtr, nullPtr)
import Foreign.Storable (Storable(..))
import Foreign.C.Error
import Foreign.C.String (CString, withCString, peekCString, peekCStringLen)
import Foreign.C.Types (CUInt, CChar)

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import Foreign.C.Types (CInt(..), CSize(..))

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import Foreign.Marshal.Alloc ( alloca, allocaBytes )
import Foreign.Marshal.Array ( peekArray )
import Foreign.Marshal.Utils ( maybeWith, with )

import System.IO
import Control.Monad (liftM, when)
import Data.Ratio ((%))

import qualified Control.Exception as E
import Control.Concurrent.MVar
import Data.Typeable
import System.IO.Error

import GHC.Conc (threadWaitRead, threadWaitWrite)
#if MIN_VERSION_base(4,3,1)
import GHC.Conc (closeFdWith)
#endif

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import qualified GHC.IO.Device
import GHC.IO.Handle.FD
import GHC.IO.Exception
import GHC.IO

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import qualified System.Posix.Internals


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import GHC.IO.FD

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import Network.Socket.Internal
import Network.Socket.Types

-- | Either a host name e.g., @\"haskell.org\"@ or a numeric host
-- address string consisting of a dotted decimal IPv4 address or an
-- IPv6 address e.g., @\"192.168.0.1\"@.
type HostName       = String
type ServiceName    = String

-- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- On Windows, our sockets are not put in non-blocking mode (non-blocking
-- is not supported for regular file descriptors on Windows, and it would
-- be a pain to support it only for sockets).  So there are two cases:
--
--  - the threaded RTS uses safe calls for socket operations to get
--    non-blocking I/O, just like the rest of the I/O library
--
--  - with the non-threaded RTS, only some operations on sockets will be
--    non-blocking.  Reads and writes go through the normal async I/O
--    system.  accept() uses asyncDoProc so is non-blocking.  A handful
--    of others (recvFrom, sendFd, recvFd) will block all threads - if this
--    is a problem, -threaded is the workaround.
--
#if defined(mingw32_HOST_OS)
#define SAFE_ON_WIN safe
#else
#define SAFE_ON_WIN unsafe
#endif

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Socket types


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mkSocket :: CInt
         -> Family
         -> SocketType
         -> ProtocolNumber
         -> SocketStatus
         -> IO Socket
mkSocket fd fam sType pNum stat = do
   mStat <- newMVar stat
   return (MkSocket fd fam sType pNum mStat)


fdSocket :: Socket -> CInt
fdSocket (MkSocket fd _ _ _ _) = fd

-- | This is the default protocol for a given service.
defaultProtocol :: ProtocolNumber
defaultProtocol = 0

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- SockAddr

instance Show SockAddr where

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  showsPrec _ (SockAddrUnix str) = showString str

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  showsPrec _ (SockAddrInet port ha)
   = showString (unsafePerformIO (inet_ntoa ha))
   . showString ":"
   . shows port

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  showsPrec _ addr@(SockAddrInet6 port _ _ _)
   = showChar '['
   . showString (unsafePerformIO $
                 fst `liftM` getNameInfo [NI_NUMERICHOST] True False addr >>=
                 maybe (fail "showsPrec: impossible internal error") return)
   . showString "]:"
   . shows port

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Connection Functions

-- In the following connection and binding primitives.  The names of
-- the equivalent C functions have been preserved where possible. It
-- should be noted that some of these names used in the C library,
-- \tr{bind} in particular, have a different meaning to many Haskell
-- programmers and have thus been renamed by appending the prefix
-- Socket.

-- | Create a new socket using the given address family, socket type
-- and protocol number.  The address family is usually 'AF_INET',
-- 'AF_INET6', or 'AF_UNIX'.  The socket type is usually 'Stream' or
-- 'Datagram'.  The protocol number is usually 'defaultProtocol'.
-- If 'AF_INET6' is used, the 'IPv6Only' socket option is set to 0
-- so that both IPv4 and IPv6 can be handled with one socket.
socket :: Family         -- Family Name (usually AF_INET)
       -> SocketType     -- Socket Type (usually Stream)
       -> ProtocolNumber -- Protocol Number (getProtocolByName to find value)
       -> IO Socket      -- Unconnected Socket
socket family stype protocol = do
    c_stype <- packSocketTypeOrThrow "socket" stype
    fd <- throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "socket" $
                c_socket (packFamily family) c_stype protocol
    setNonBlockIfNeeded fd
    socket_status <- newMVar NotConnected
    let sock = MkSocket fd family stype protocol socket_status

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    when (family == AF_INET6) $ setSocketOption sock IPv6Only 0

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    return sock

-- | Build a pair of connected socket objects using the given address
-- family, socket type, and protocol number.  Address family, socket
-- type, and protocol number are as for the 'socket' function above.
-- Availability: Unix.

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socketPair :: Family              -- Family Name (usually AF_INET or AF_INET6)
           -> SocketType          -- Socket Type (usually Stream)
           -> ProtocolNumber      -- Protocol Number
           -> IO (Socket, Socket) -- unnamed and connected.
socketPair family stype protocol = do
    allocaBytes (2 * sizeOf (1 :: CInt)) $ \ fdArr -> do
    c_stype <- packSocketTypeOrThrow "socketPair" stype
    _rc <- throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "socketpair" $
                c_socketpair (packFamily family) c_stype protocol fdArr
    [fd1,fd2] <- peekArray 2 fdArr
    s1 <- mkNonBlockingSocket fd1
    s2 <- mkNonBlockingSocket fd2
    return (s1,s2)
  where
    mkNonBlockingSocket fd = do
       setNonBlockIfNeeded fd
       stat <- newMVar Connected
       return (MkSocket fd family stype protocol stat)

foreign import ccall unsafe "socketpair"
  c_socketpair :: CInt -> CInt -> CInt -> Ptr CInt -> IO CInt

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-- | Set the socket to nonblocking, if applicable to this platform.
setNonBlockIfNeeded :: CInt -> IO ()
setNonBlockIfNeeded fd =

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    System.Posix.Internals.setNonBlockingFD fd True

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Binding a socket

-- | Bind the socket to an address. The socket must not already be
-- bound.  The 'Family' passed to @bind@ must be the
-- same as that passed to 'socket'.  If the special port number
-- 'aNY_PORT' is passed then the system assigns the next available
-- use port.
bind :: Socket    -- Unconnected Socket
           -> SockAddr  -- Address to Bind to
           -> IO ()
bind (MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol socketStatus) addr = do
 modifyMVar_ socketStatus $ \ status -> do
 if status /= NotConnected
  then
   ioError (userError ("bind: can't peform bind on socket in status " ++
         show status))
  else do
   withSockAddr addr $ \p_addr sz -> do
   _status <- throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "bind" $ c_bind s p_addr (fromIntegral sz)
   return Bound

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Connecting a socket

-- | Connect to a remote socket at address.
connect :: Socket    -- Unconnected Socket
        -> SockAddr  -- Socket address stuff
        -> IO ()
connect sock@(MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol socketStatus) addr = do
 modifyMVar_ socketStatus $ \currentStatus -> do
 if currentStatus /= NotConnected && currentStatus /= Bound
  then
    ioError (userError ("connect: can't peform connect on socket in status " ++
        show currentStatus))
  else do
    withSockAddr addr $ \p_addr sz -> do

    let connectLoop = do
           r <- c_connect s p_addr (fromIntegral sz)
           if r == -1
               then do

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                   err <- getErrno
                   case () of
                     _ | err == eINTR       -> connectLoop
                     _ | err == eINPROGRESS -> connectBlocked
--                   _ | err == eAGAIN      -> connectBlocked
                     _otherwise             -> throwSocketError "connect"

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               else return r

        connectBlocked = do
           threadWaitWrite (fromIntegral s)
           err <- getSocketOption sock SoError
           if (err == 0)
                then return 0
                else throwSocketErrorCode "connect" (fromIntegral err)

    connectLoop
    return Connected

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Listen

-- | Listen for connections made to the socket.  The second argument
-- specifies the maximum number of queued connections and should be at
-- least 1; the maximum value is system-dependent (usually 5).
listen :: Socket  -- Connected & Bound Socket
       -> Int     -- Queue Length
       -> IO ()
listen (MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol socketStatus) backlog = do
 modifyMVar_ socketStatus $ \ status -> do
 if status /= Bound
   then
     ioError (userError ("listen: can't peform listen on socket in status " ++
         show status))
   else do
     throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "listen" (c_listen s (fromIntegral backlog))
     return Listening

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Accept
--
-- A call to `accept' only returns when data is available on the given
-- socket, unless the socket has been set to non-blocking.  It will
-- return a new socket which should be used to read the incoming data and
-- should then be closed. Using the socket returned by `accept' allows
-- incoming requests to be queued on the original socket.

-- | Accept a connection.  The socket must be bound to an address and
-- listening for connections.  The return value is a pair @(conn,
-- address)@ where @conn@ is a new socket object usable to send and
-- receive data on the connection, and @address@ is the address bound
-- to the socket on the other end of the connection.
accept :: Socket                        -- Queue Socket
       -> IO (Socket,                   -- Readable Socket
              SockAddr)                 -- Peer details

accept sock@(MkSocket s family stype protocol status) = do
 currentStatus <- readMVar status
 okay <- isAcceptable sock
 if not okay
   then
     ioError (userError ("accept: can't perform accept on socket (" ++ (show (family,stype,protocol)) ++") in status " ++
         show currentStatus))
   else do
     let sz = sizeOfSockAddrByFamily family
     allocaBytes sz $ \ sockaddr -> do

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     with (fromIntegral sz) $ \ ptr_len -> do
     new_sock <-

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                 throwSocketErrorWaitRead sock "accept"
                        (c_accept s sockaddr ptr_len)

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     setNonBlockIfNeeded new_sock
     addr <- peekSockAddr sockaddr
     new_status <- newMVar Connected
     return ((MkSocket new_sock family stype protocol new_status), addr)


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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- ** Sending and reciving data

-- $sendrecv
--
-- Do not use the @send@ and @recv@ functions defined in this module
-- in new code, as they incorrectly represent binary data as a Unicode
-- string.  As a result, these functions are inefficient and may lead
-- to bugs in the program.  Instead use the @send@ and @recv@
-- functions defined in the 'Network.Socket.ByteString' module.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- sendTo & recvFrom

-- | Send data to the socket.  The recipient can be specified
-- explicitly, so the socket need not be in a connected state.
-- Returns the number of bytes sent.  Applications are responsible for
-- ensuring that all data has been sent.
--
-- NOTE: blocking on Windows unless you compile with -threaded (see
-- GHC ticket #1129)
sendTo :: Socket        -- (possibly) bound/connected Socket
       -> String        -- Data to send
       -> SockAddr
       -> IO Int        -- Number of Bytes sent
sendTo sock xs addr = do
 withCString xs $ \str -> do
   sendBufTo sock str (length xs) addr

-- | Send data to the socket.  The recipient can be specified
-- explicitly, so the socket need not be in a connected state.
-- Returns the number of bytes sent.  Applications are responsible for
-- ensuring that all data has been sent.
sendBufTo :: Socket            -- (possibly) bound/connected Socket
          -> Ptr a -> Int  -- Data to send
          -> SockAddr
          -> IO Int            -- Number of Bytes sent
sendBufTo sock@(MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol _status) ptr nbytes addr = do
 withSockAddr addr $ \p_addr sz -> do
   liftM fromIntegral $
     throwSocketErrorWaitWrite sock "sendTo" $
        c_sendto s ptr (fromIntegral $ nbytes) 0{-flags-}
                        p_addr (fromIntegral sz)

-- | Receive data from the socket. The socket need not be in a
-- connected state. Returns @(bytes, nbytes, address)@ where @bytes@
-- is a @String@ of length @nbytes@ representing the data received and
-- @address@ is a 'SockAddr' representing the address of the sending
-- socket.
--
-- NOTE: blocking on Windows unless you compile with -threaded (see
-- GHC ticket #1129)
recvFrom :: Socket -> Int -> IO (String, Int, SockAddr)
recvFrom sock nbytes =
  allocaBytes nbytes $ \ptr -> do
    (len, sockaddr) <- recvBufFrom sock ptr nbytes
    str <- peekCStringLen (ptr, len)
    return (str, len, sockaddr)

-- | Receive data from the socket, writing it into buffer instead of
-- creating a new string.  The socket need not be in a connected
-- state. Returns @(nbytes, address)@ where @nbytes@ is the number of
-- bytes received and @address@ is a 'SockAddr' representing the
-- address of the sending socket.
--
-- NOTE: blocking on Windows unless you compile with -threaded (see
-- GHC ticket #1129)
recvBufFrom :: Socket -> Ptr a -> Int -> IO (Int, SockAddr)
recvBufFrom sock@(MkSocket s family _stype _protocol _status) ptr nbytes
 | nbytes <= 0 = ioError (mkInvalidRecvArgError "Network.Socket.recvFrom")
 | otherwise   =
    withNewSockAddr family $ \ptr_addr sz -> do
      alloca $ \ptr_len -> do
        poke ptr_len (fromIntegral sz)
        len <- throwSocketErrorWaitRead sock "recvFrom" $
                   c_recvfrom s ptr (fromIntegral nbytes) 0{-flags-}
                                ptr_addr ptr_len
        let len' = fromIntegral len
        if len' == 0
         then ioError (mkEOFError "Network.Socket.recvFrom")
         else do
           flg <- isConnected sock
             -- For at least one implementation (WinSock 2), recvfrom() ignores
             -- filling in the sockaddr for connected TCP sockets. Cope with
             -- this by using getPeerName instead.
           sockaddr <-
                if flg then
                   getPeerName sock
                else
                   peekSockAddr ptr_addr
           return (len', sockaddr)

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- send & recv

-- | Send data to the socket. The socket must be connected to a remote
-- socket. Returns the number of bytes sent.  Applications are
-- responsible for ensuring that all data has been sent.
send :: Socket  -- Bound/Connected Socket
     -> String  -- Data to send
     -> IO Int  -- Number of Bytes sent
send sock@(MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol _status) xs = do
 let len = length xs
 withCString xs $ \str -> do
   liftM fromIntegral $

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     throwSocketErrorWaitWrite sock "send" $
        c_send s str (fromIntegral len) 0{-flags-}

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-- | Send data to the socket. The socket must be connected to a remote
-- socket. Returns the number of bytes sent.  Applications are
-- responsible for ensuring that all data has been sent.
sendBuf :: Socket     -- Bound/Connected Socket
        -> Ptr Word8  -- Pointer to the data to send
        -> Int        -- Length of the buffer
        -> IO Int     -- Number of Bytes sent
sendBuf sock@(MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol _status) str len = do
   liftM fromIntegral $

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     throwSocketErrorWaitWrite sock "sendBuf" $
        c_send s str (fromIntegral len) 0{-flags-}

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-- | Receive data from the socket.  The socket must be in a connected
-- state. This function may return fewer bytes than specified.  If the
-- message is longer than the specified length, it may be discarded
-- depending on the type of socket.  This function may block until a
-- message arrives.
--
-- Considering hardware and network realities, the maximum number of
-- bytes to receive should be a small power of 2, e.g., 4096.
--
-- For TCP sockets, a zero length return value means the peer has
-- closed its half side of the connection.
recv :: Socket -> Int -> IO String
recv sock l = recvLen sock l >>= \ (s,_) -> return s

recvLen :: Socket -> Int -> IO (String, Int)
recvLen sock@(MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol _status) nbytes
 | nbytes <= 0 = ioError (mkInvalidRecvArgError "Network.Socket.recv")
 | otherwise   = do
     allocaBytes nbytes $ \ptr -> do
        len <-

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               throwSocketErrorWaitRead sock "recv" $
                   c_recv s ptr (fromIntegral nbytes) 0{-flags-}

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        let len' = fromIntegral len
        if len' == 0
         then ioError (mkEOFError "Network.Socket.recv")
         else do
           s' <- peekCStringLen (castPtr ptr,len')
           return (s', len')

-- | Receive data from the socket.  The socket must be in a connected
-- state. This function may return fewer bytes than specified.  If the
-- message is longer than the specified length, it may be discarded
-- depending on the type of socket.  This function may block until a
-- message arrives.
--
-- Considering hardware and network realities, the maximum number of
-- bytes to receive should be a small power of 2, e.g., 4096.
--
-- For TCP sockets, a zero length return value means the peer has
-- closed its half side of the connection.
recvBuf :: Socket -> Ptr Word8 -> Int -> IO Int
recvBuf sock p l = recvLenBuf sock p l

recvLenBuf :: Socket -> Ptr Word8 -> Int -> IO Int
recvLenBuf sock@(MkSocket s _family _stype _protocol _status) ptr nbytes
 | nbytes <= 0 = ioError (mkInvalidRecvArgError "Network.Socket.recvBuf")
 | otherwise   = do
        len <-

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               throwSocketErrorWaitRead sock "recvBuf" $
                   c_recv s (castPtr ptr) (fromIntegral nbytes) 0{-flags-}

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        let len' = fromIntegral len
        if len' == 0
         then ioError (mkEOFError "Network.Socket.recvBuf")
         else return len'


-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- socketPort
--
-- The port number the given socket is currently connected to can be
-- determined by calling $port$, is generally only useful when bind
-- was given $aNY\_PORT$.

socketPort :: Socket            -- Connected & Bound Socket
           -> IO PortNumber     -- Port Number of Socket
socketPort sock@(MkSocket _ AF_INET _ _ _) = do
    (SockAddrInet port _) <- getSocketName sock
    return port

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socketPort sock@(MkSocket _ AF_INET6 _ _ _) = do
    (SockAddrInet6 port _ _ _) <- getSocketName sock
    return port

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socketPort (MkSocket _ family _ _ _) =
    ioError (userError ("socketPort: not supported for Family " ++ show family))


-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- getPeerName

-- Calling $getPeerName$ returns the address details of the machine,
-- other than the local one, which is connected to the socket. This is
-- used in programs such as FTP to determine where to send the
-- returning data.  The corresponding call to get the details of the
-- local machine is $getSocketName$.

getPeerName   :: Socket -> IO SockAddr
getPeerName (MkSocket s family _ _ _) = do
 withNewSockAddr family $ \ptr sz -> do
   with (fromIntegral sz) $ \int_star -> do
   throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "getPeerName" $ c_getpeername s ptr int_star
   _sz <- peek int_star
   peekSockAddr ptr

getSocketName :: Socket -> IO SockAddr
getSocketName (MkSocket s family _ _ _) = do
 withNewSockAddr family $ \ptr sz -> do
   with (fromIntegral sz) $ \int_star -> do
   throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "getSocketName" $ c_getsockname s ptr int_star
   peekSockAddr ptr

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Socket Properties

-- | Socket options for use with 'setSocketOption' and 'getSocketOption'.
--
-- The existence of a constructor does not imply that the relevant option
-- is supported on your system: see 'isSupportedSocketOption'
data SocketOption
    = Debug         -- ^ SO_DEBUG
    | ReuseAddr     -- ^ SO_REUSEADDR
    | Type          -- ^ SO_TYPE
    | SoError       -- ^ SO_ERROR
    | DontRoute     -- ^ SO_DONTROUTE
    | Broadcast     -- ^ SO_BROADCAST
    | SendBuffer    -- ^ SO_SNDBUF
    | RecvBuffer    -- ^ SO_RCVBUF
    | KeepAlive     -- ^ SO_KEEPALIVE
    | OOBInline     -- ^ SO_OOBINLINE
    | TimeToLive    -- ^ IP_TTL
    | MaxSegment    -- ^ TCP_MAXSEG
    | NoDelay       -- ^ TCP_NODELAY
    | Cork          -- ^ TCP_CORK
    | Linger        -- ^ SO_LINGER
    | ReusePort     -- ^ SO_REUSEPORT
    | RecvLowWater  -- ^ SO_RCVLOWAT
    | SendLowWater  -- ^ SO_SNDLOWAT
    | RecvTimeOut   -- ^ SO_RCVTIMEO
    | SendTimeOut   -- ^ SO_SNDTIMEO
    | UseLoopBack   -- ^ SO_USELOOPBACK
    | IPv6Only      -- ^ IPV6_V6ONLY
    deriving (Show, Typeable)

-- | Does the 'SocketOption' exist on this system?
isSupportedSocketOption :: SocketOption -> Bool
isSupportedSocketOption = isJust . packSocketOption

-- | For a socket option, return Just (level, value) where level is the
-- corresponding C option level constant (e.g. SOL_SOCKET) and value is
-- the option constant itself (e.g. SO_DEBUG)
-- If either constant does not exist, return Nothing.
packSocketOption :: SocketOption -> Maybe (CInt, CInt)
packSocketOption so =
  -- The Just here is a hack to disable GHC's overlapping pattern detection:
  -- the problem is if all constants are present, the fallback pattern is
  -- redundant, but if they aren't then it isn't. Hence we introduce an
  -- extra pattern (Nothing) that can't possibly happen, so that the
  -- fallback is always (in principle) necessary.
  -- I feel a little bad for including this, but such are the sacrifices we
  -- make while working with CPP - excluding the fallback pattern correctly
  -- would be a serious nuisance.
  -- (NB: comments elsewhere in this file refer to this one)
  case Just so of

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    Just Debug         -> Just ((65535), (1))
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    Just ReuseAddr     -> Just ((65535), (4))
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    Just Type          -> Just ((65535), (4104))
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    Just SoError       -> Just ((65535), (4103))
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    Just DontRoute     -> Just ((65535), (16))
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    Just Broadcast     -> Just ((65535), (32))
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    Just SendBuffer    -> Just ((65535), (4097))
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    Just RecvBuffer    -> Just ((65535), (4098))
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    Just KeepAlive     -> Just ((65535), (8))
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    Just OOBInline     -> Just ((65535), (256))
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    Just Linger        -> Just ((65535), (128))
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    Just ReusePort     -> Just ((65535), (512))
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    Just RecvLowWater  -> Just ((65535), (4100))
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    Just SendLowWater  -> Just ((65535), (4099))
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    Just RecvTimeOut   -> Just ((65535), (4102))
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    Just SendTimeOut   -> Just ((65535), (4101))
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    Just UseLoopBack   -> Just ((65535), (64))
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    Just TimeToLive    -> Just ((0), (4))
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    Just MaxSegment    -> Just ((6), (2))
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    Just NoDelay       -> Just ((6), (1))
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    Just IPv6Only      -> Just ((41), (27))
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    _             -> Nothing

-- | Return the option level and option value if they exist,
-- otherwise throw an error that begins "Network.Socket." ++ the String
-- parameter
packSocketOption' :: String -> SocketOption -> IO (CInt, CInt)
packSocketOption' caller so = maybe err return (packSocketOption so)
 where
  err = ioError . userError . concat $ ["Network.Socket.", caller,
    ": socket option ", show so, " unsupported on this system"]

-- | Set a socket option that expects an Int value.
-- There is currently no API to set e.g. the timeval socket options
setSocketOption :: Socket
                -> SocketOption -- Option Name
                -> Int          -- Option Value
                -> IO ()
setSocketOption (MkSocket s _ _ _ _) so v = do
   (level, opt) <- packSocketOption' "setSocketOption" so
   with (fromIntegral v) $ \ptr_v -> do
   throwSocketErrorIfMinus1_ "setSocketOption" $
       c_setsockopt s level opt ptr_v
          (fromIntegral (sizeOf (undefined :: CInt)))
   return ()


-- | Get a socket option that gives an Int value.
-- There is currently no API to get e.g. the timeval socket options
getSocketOption :: Socket
                -> SocketOption  -- Option Name
                -> IO Int        -- Option Value
getSocketOption (MkSocket s _ _ _ _) so = do
   (level, opt) <- packSocketOption' "getSocketOption" so
   alloca $ \ptr_v ->
     with (fromIntegral (sizeOf (undefined :: CInt))) $ \ptr_sz -> do
       throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "getSocketOption" $
         c_getsockopt s level opt ptr_v ptr_sz
       fromIntegral `liftM` peek ptr_v



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#if !(MIN_VERSION_base(4,3,1))
closeFdWith closer fd = closer fd
#endif


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-- sending/receiving ancillary socket data; low-level mechanism
-- for transmitting file descriptors, mainly.
sendFd :: Socket -> CInt -> IO ()
sendFd sock outfd = do
  throwSocketErrorWaitWrite sock "sendFd" $
     c_sendFd (fdSocket sock) outfd
   -- Note: If Winsock supported FD-passing, thi would have been
   -- incorrect (since socket FDs need to be closed via closesocket().)
  closeFd outfd

recvFd :: Socket -> IO CInt
recvFd sock = do
  theFd <- throwSocketErrorWaitRead sock "recvFd" $
               c_recvFd (fdSocket sock)
  return theFd

foreign import ccall SAFE_ON_WIN "sendFd" c_sendFd :: CInt -> CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import ccall SAFE_ON_WIN "recvFd" c_recvFd :: CInt -> IO CInt


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-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Utility Functions

aNY_PORT :: PortNumber
aNY_PORT = 0

-- | The IPv4 wild card address.

iNADDR_ANY :: HostAddress
iNADDR_ANY = htonl (0)
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foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "htonl" htonl :: Word32 -> Word32


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-- | The IPv6 wild card address.

iN6ADDR_ANY :: HostAddress6
iN6ADDR_ANY = (0, 0, 0, 0)

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sOMAXCONN :: Int
sOMAXCONN = 128
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sOL_SOCKET :: Int
sOL_SOCKET = 65535
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sCM_RIGHTS :: Int
sCM_RIGHTS = 1
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-- | This is the value of SOMAXCONN, typically 128.
-- 128 is good enough for normal network servers but
-- is too small for high performance servers.
maxListenQueue :: Int
maxListenQueue = sOMAXCONN

-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

data ShutdownCmd
 = ShutdownReceive
 | ShutdownSend
 | ShutdownBoth
 deriving Typeable

sdownCmdToInt :: ShutdownCmd -> CInt
sdownCmdToInt ShutdownReceive = 0
sdownCmdToInt ShutdownSend    = 1
sdownCmdToInt ShutdownBoth    = 2

-- | Shut down one or both halves of the connection, depending on the
-- second argument to the function.  If the second argument is
-- 'ShutdownReceive', further receives are disallowed.  If it is
-- 'ShutdownSend', further sends are disallowed.  If it is
-- 'ShutdownBoth', further sends and receives are disallowed.
shutdown :: Socket -> ShutdownCmd -> IO ()
shutdown (MkSocket s _ _ _ _) stype = do
  throwSocketErrorIfMinus1Retry "shutdown" (c_shutdown s (sdownCmdToInt stype))
  return ()

-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

-- | Close the socket.  All future operations on the socket object
-- will fail.  The remote end will receive no more data (after queued
-- data is flushed).
close :: Socket -> IO ()
close (MkSocket s _ _ _ socketStatus) = do
 modifyMVar_ socketStatus $ \ status ->
   case status of
     ConvertedToHandle ->
         ioError (userError ("close: converted to a Handle, use hClose instead"))
     Closed ->
         return status
     _ -> closeFdWith (closeFd . fromIntegral) (fromIntegral s) >> return Closed

-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

isConnected :: Socket -> IO Bool
isConnected (MkSocket _ _ _ _ status) = do
    value <- readMVar status
    return (value == Connected)

-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Socket Predicates

isBound :: Socket -> IO Bool
isBound (MkSocket _ _ _ _ status) = do
    value <- readMVar status
    return (value == Bound)

isListening :: Socket -> IO Bool
isListening (MkSocket _ _ _  _ status) = do
    value <- readMVar status
    return (value == Listening)

isReadable  :: Socket -> IO Bool
isReadable (MkSocket _ _ _ _ status) = do
    value <- readMVar status
    return (value == Listening || value == Connected)

isWritable  :: Socket -> IO Bool
isWritable = isReadable -- sort of.

isAcceptable :: Socket -> IO Bool

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isAcceptable (MkSocket _ AF_UNIX x _ status)
    | x == Stream || x == SeqPacket = do
        value <- readMVar status
        return (value == Connected || value == Bound || value == Listening)
isAcceptable (MkSocket _ AF_UNIX _ _ _) = return False

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isAcceptable (MkSocket _ _ _ _ status) = do
    value <- readMVar status
    return (value == Connected || value == Listening)

-- -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Internet address manipulation routines:

inet_addr :: String -> IO HostAddress
inet_addr ipstr = do
   withCString ipstr $ \str -> do
   had <- c_inet_addr str
   if had == -1
    then ioError (userError ("inet_addr: Malformed address: " ++ ipstr))
    else return had  -- network byte order

inet_ntoa :: HostAddress -> IO String
inet_ntoa haddr = do
  pstr <- c_inet_ntoa haddr
  peekCString pstr

-- | Turns a Socket into an 'Handle'. By default, the new handle is
-- unbuffered. Use 'System.IO.hSetBuffering' to change the buffering.
--
-- Note that since a 'Handle' is automatically closed by a finalizer
-- when it is no longer referenced, you should avoid doing any more
-- operations on the 'Socket' after calling 'socketToHandle'.  To
-- close the 'Socket' after 'socketToHandle', call 'System.IO.hClose'
-- on the 'Handle'.


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socketToHandle :: Socket -> IOMode -> IO Handle
socketToHandle s@(MkSocket fd _ _ _ socketStatus) mode = do
 modifyMVar socketStatus $ \ status ->
    if status == ConvertedToHandle
        then ioError (userError ("socketToHandle: already a Handle"))
        else do

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    h <- fdToHandle' (fromIntegral fd) (Just GHC.IO.Device.Stream) True (show s) mode True{-bin-}

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    hSetBuffering h NoBuffering
    return (ConvertedToHandle, h)

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-- | Pack a list of values into a bitmask.  The possible mappings from
-- value to bit-to-set are given as the first argument.  We assume
-- that each value can cause exactly one bit to be set; unpackBits will
-- break if this property is not true.

packBits :: (Eq a, Num b, Bits b) => [(a, b)] -> [a] -> b

packBits mapping xs = foldl' pack 0 mapping
    where pack acc (k, v) | k `elem` xs = acc .|. v
                          | otherwise   = acc

-- | Unpack a bitmask into a list of values.

unpackBits :: (Num b, Bits b) => [(a, b)] -> b -> [a]

-- Be permissive and ignore unknown bit values. At least on OS X,
-- getaddrinfo returns an ai_flags field with bits set that have no
-- entry in <netdb.h>.
unpackBits [] _    = []
unpackBits ((k,v):xs) r
    | r .&. v /= 0 = k : unpackBits xs (r .&. complement v)
    | otherwise    = unpackBits xs r

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- Address and service lookups


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-- | Flags that control the querying behaviour of 'getAddrInfo'.
data AddrInfoFlag
    = AI_ADDRCONFIG
    | AI_ALL
    | AI_CANONNAME
    | AI_NUMERICHOST
    | AI_NUMERICSERV
    | AI_PASSIVE
    | AI_V4MAPPED
    deriving (Eq, Read, Show, Typeable)

aiFlagMapping :: [(AddrInfoFlag, CInt)]

aiFlagMapping =
    [

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     (AI_ADDRCONFIG, 1024),
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     (AI_ALL, 256),
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     (AI_CANONNAME, 2),
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     (AI_NUMERICHOST, 4),
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     (AI_NUMERICSERV, 4096),
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     (AI_PASSIVE, 1),
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     (AI_V4MAPPED, 2048)
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    ]

-- | Indicate whether the given 'AddrInfoFlag' will have any effect on
-- this system.
addrInfoFlagImplemented :: AddrInfoFlag -> Bool
addrInfoFlagImplemented f = packBits aiFlagMapping [f] /= 0

data AddrInfo =
    AddrInfo {
        addrFlags :: [AddrInfoFlag],
        addrFamily :: Family,
        addrSocketType :: SocketType,
        addrProtocol :: ProtocolNumber,
        addrAddress :: SockAddr,
        addrCanonName :: Maybe String
        }
    deriving (Eq, Show, Typeable)

instance Storable AddrInfo where
    sizeOf    _ = 32
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    alignment _ = alignment (undefined :: CInt)

    peek p = do
        ai_flags <- ((\hsc_ptr -> peekByteOff hsc_ptr 0)) p
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        ai_family <- ((\hsc_ptr -> peekByteOff hsc_ptr 4)) p
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        ai_socktype <- ((\hsc_ptr -> peekByteOff hsc_ptr 8)) p
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        ai_protocol <- ((\hsc_ptr -> peekByteOff hsc_ptr 12)) p
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        ai_addr <- ((\hsc_ptr -> peekByteOff hsc_ptr 24)) p >>= peekSockAddr
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        ai_canonname_ptr <- ((\hsc_ptr -> peekByteOff hsc_ptr 20)) p
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        ai_canonname <- if ai_canonname_ptr == nullPtr
                        then return Nothing
                        else liftM Just $ peekCString ai_canonname_ptr

        socktype <- unpackSocketType' "AddrInfo.peek" ai_socktype
        return (AddrInfo
                {
                 addrFlags = unpackBits aiFlagMapping ai_flags,
                 addrFamily = unpackFamily ai_family,
                 addrSocketType = socktype,
                 addrProtocol = ai_protocol,
                 addrAddress = ai_addr,
                 addrCanonName = ai_canonname
                })

    poke p (AddrInfo flags family socketType protocol _ _) = do
        c_stype <- packSocketTypeOrThrow "AddrInfo.poke" socketType

        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 0)) p (packBits aiFlagMapping flags)
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        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 4)) p (packFamily family)
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        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 8)) p c_stype
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        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 12)) p protocol
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        -- stuff below is probably not needed, but let's zero it for safety

        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 16)) p (0::CSize)
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        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 24)) p nullPtr
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        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 20)) p nullPtr
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        ((\hsc_ptr -> pokeByteOff hsc_ptr 28)) p nullPtr
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data NameInfoFlag
    = NI_DGRAM
    | NI_NAMEREQD
    | NI_NOFQDN
    | NI_NUMERICHOST
    | NI_NUMERICSERV
    deriving (Eq, Read, Show, Typeable)

niFlagMapping :: [(NameInfoFlag, CInt)]

niFlagMapping = [(NI_DGRAM, 16),
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                 (NI_NAMEREQD, 4),
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                 (NI_NOFQDN, 1),
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                 (NI_NUMERICHOST, 2),
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                 (NI_NUMERICSERV, 8)]
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-- | Default hints for address lookup with 'getAddrInfo'.  The values
-- of the 'addrAddress' and 'addrCanonName' fields are 'undefined',
-- and are never inspected by 'getAddrInfo'.

defaultHints :: AddrInfo

defaultHints = AddrInfo {
                         addrFlags = [],
                         addrFamily = AF_UNSPEC,
                         addrSocketType = NoSocketType,
                         addrProtocol = defaultProtocol,
                         addrAddress = undefined,
                         addrCanonName = undefined
                        }

-- | Resolve a host or service name to one or more addresses.
-- The 'AddrInfo' values that this function returns contain 'SockAddr'
-- values that you can pass directly to 'connect' or
-- 'bind'.
--
-- This function is protocol independent.  It can return both IPv4 and
-- IPv6 address information.
--
-- The 'AddrInfo' argument specifies the preferred query behaviour,
-- socket options, or protocol.  You can override these conveniently
-- using Haskell's record update syntax on 'defaultHints', for example
-- as follows:
--
-- @
--   myHints = defaultHints { addrFlags = [AI_ADDRCONFIG, AI_CANONNAME] }
-- @
--
-- Values for 'addrFlags' control query behaviour.  The supported
-- flags are as follows:
--
--   [@AI_PASSIVE@] If no 'HostName' value is provided, the network
--     address in each 'SockAddr'
--     will be left as a "wild card", i.e. as either 'iNADDR_ANY'
--     or 'iN6ADDR_ANY'.  This is useful for server applications that
--     will accept connections from any client.
--
--   [@AI_CANONNAME@] The 'addrCanonName' field of the first returned
--     'AddrInfo' will contain the "canonical name" of the host.
--
--   [@AI_NUMERICHOST@] The 'HostName' argument /must/ be a numeric
--     address in string form, and network name lookups will not be
--     attempted.
--
-- /Note/: Although the following flags are required by RFC 3493, they
-- may not have an effect on all platforms, because the underlying
-- network stack may not support them.  To see whether a flag from the
-- list below will have any effect, call 'addrInfoFlagImplemented'.
--
--   [@AI_NUMERICSERV@] The 'ServiceName' argument /must/ be a port
--     number in string form, and service name lookups will not be
--     attempted.
--
--   [@AI_ADDRCONFIG@] The list of returned 'AddrInfo' values will
--     only contain IPv4 addresses if the local system has at least
--     one IPv4 interface configured, and likewise for IPv6.
--
--   [@AI_V4MAPPED@] If an IPv6 lookup is performed, and no IPv6
--     addresses are found, IPv6-mapped IPv4 addresses will be
--     returned.
--
--   [@AI_ALL@] If 'AI_ALL' is specified, return all matching IPv6 and
--     IPv4 addresses.  Otherwise, this flag has no effect.
--
-- You must provide a 'Just' value for at least one of the 'HostName'
-- or 'ServiceName' arguments.  'HostName' can be either a numeric
-- network address (dotted quad for IPv4, colon-separated hex for
-- IPv6) or a hostname.  In the latter case, its addresses will be
-- looked up unless 'AI_NUMERICHOST' is specified as a hint.  If you
-- do not provide a 'HostName' value /and/ do not set 'AI_PASSIVE' as
-- a hint, network addresses in the result will contain the address of
-- the loopback interface.
--
-- If the query fails, this function throws an IO exception instead of
-- returning an empty list.  Otherwise, it returns a non-empty list
-- of 'AddrInfo' values.
--
-- There are several reasons why a query might result in several
-- values.  For example, the queried-for host could be multihomed, or
-- the service might be available via several protocols.
--
-- Note: the order of arguments is slightly different to that defined
-- for @getaddrinfo@ in RFC 2553.  The 'AddrInfo' parameter comes first
-- to make partial application easier.
--
-- Example:
-- @
--   let hints = defaultHints { addrFlags = [AI_ADDRCONFIG, AI_CANONNAME] }
--   addrs <- getAddrInfo (Just hints) (Just "www.haskell.org") (Just "http")
--   let addr = head addrs
--   sock <- socket (addrFamily addr) (addrSocketType addr) (addrProtocol addr)
--   connect sock (addrAddress addr)
-- @

getAddrInfo :: Maybe AddrInfo -- ^ preferred socket type or protocol
            -> Maybe HostName -- ^ host name to look up
            -> Maybe ServiceName -- ^ service name to look up
            -> IO [AddrInfo] -- ^ resolved addresses, with "best" first

getAddrInfo hints node service =
  maybeWith withCString node $ \c_node ->
    maybeWith withCString service $ \c_service ->
      maybeWith with filteredHints $ \c_hints ->
        alloca $ \ptr_ptr_addrs -> do
          ret <- c_getaddrinfo c_node c_service c_hints ptr_ptr_addrs
          case ret of
            0 -> do ptr_addrs <- peek ptr_ptr_addrs
                    ais <- followAddrInfo ptr_addrs
                    c_freeaddrinfo ptr_addrs
                    return ais
            _ -> do err <- gai_strerror ret
                    ioError (ioeSetErrorString
                             (mkIOError NoSuchThing "getAddrInfo" Nothing
                              Nothing) err)
    -- Leaving out the service and using AI_NUMERICSERV causes a
    -- segfault on OS X 10.8.2. This code removes AI_NUMERICSERV
    -- (which has no effect) in that case.
  where

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    filteredHints = case service of
        Nothing -> fmap (\ h -> h { addrFlags = delete AI_NUMERICSERV (addrFlags h) }) hints
        _       -> hints

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followAddrInfo :: Ptr AddrInfo -> IO [AddrInfo]

followAddrInfo ptr_ai | ptr_ai == nullPtr = return []
                      | otherwise = do
    a <- peek ptr_ai
    as <- ((\hsc_ptr -> peekByteOff hsc_ptr 28)) ptr_ai >>= followAddrInfo
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    return (a:as)

foreign import ccall safe "hsnet_getaddrinfo"
    c_getaddrinfo :: CString -> CString -> Ptr AddrInfo -> Ptr (Ptr AddrInfo)
                  -> IO CInt

foreign import ccall safe "hsnet_freeaddrinfo"
    c_freeaddrinfo :: Ptr AddrInfo -> IO ()

gai_strerror :: CInt -> IO String


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gai_strerror n = c_gai_strerror n >>= peekCString

foreign import ccall safe "gai_strerror"
    c_gai_strerror :: CInt -> IO CString

{-# LINE 1489 "Network/Socket.hsc" #-}

withCStringIf :: Bool -> Int -> (CSize -> CString -> IO a) -> IO a
withCStringIf False _ f = f 0 nullPtr
withCStringIf True n f = allocaBytes n (f (fromIntegral n))

-- | Resolve an address to a host or service name.
-- This function is protocol independent.
--
-- The list of 'NameInfoFlag' values controls query behaviour.  The
-- supported flags are as follows:
--
--   [@NI_NOFQDN@] If a host is local, return only the
--     hostname part of the FQDN.
--
--   [@NI_NUMERICHOST@] The name of the host is not
--     looked up.  Instead, a numeric representation of the host's
--     address is returned.  For an IPv4 address, this will be a
--     dotted-quad string.  For IPv6, it will be colon-separated
--     hexadecimal.
--
--   [@NI_NUMERICSERV@] The name of the service is not
--     looked up.  Instead, a numeric representation of the
--     service is returned.
--
--   [@NI_NAMEREQD@] If the hostname cannot be looked up, an IO error
--     is thrown.
--
--   [@NI_DGRAM@] Resolve a datagram-based service name.  This is
--     required only for the few protocols that have different port
--     numbers for their datagram-based versions than for their
--     stream-based versions.
--
-- Hostname and service name lookups can be expensive.  You can
-- specify which lookups to perform via the two 'Bool' arguments.  If
-- one of these is 'False', the corresponding value in the returned
-- tuple will be 'Nothing', and no lookup will be performed.
--
-- If a host or service's name cannot be looked up, then the numeric
-- form of the address or service will be returned.
--
-- If the query fails, this function throws an IO exception.
--
-- Example:
-- @
--   (hostName, _) <- getNameInfo [] True False myAddress
-- @

getNameInfo :: [NameInfoFlag] -- ^ flags to control lookup behaviour
            -> Bool -- ^ whether to look up a hostname
            -> Bool -- ^ whether to look up a service name
            -> SockAddr -- ^ the address to look up
            -> IO (Maybe HostName, Maybe ServiceName)

getNameInfo flags doHost doService addr =
  withCStringIf doHost (1025) $ \c_hostlen c_host ->
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    withCStringIf doService (32) $ \c_servlen c_serv -> do
{-# LINE 1545 "Network/Socket.hsc" #-}
      withSockAddr addr $ \ptr_addr sz -> do
        ret <- c_getnameinfo ptr_addr (fromIntegral sz) c_host c_hostlen
                             c_serv c_servlen (packBits niFlagMapping flags)
        case ret of
          0 -> do
            let peekIf doIf c_val = if doIf
                                     then liftM Just $ peekCString c_val
                                     else return Nothing
            host <- peekIf doHost c_host
            serv <- peekIf doService c_serv
            return (host, serv)
          _ -> do err <- gai_strerror ret
                  ioError (ioeSetErrorString
                           (mkIOError NoSuchThing "getNameInfo" Nothing
                            Nothing) err)

foreign import ccall safe "hsnet_getnameinfo"
    c_getnameinfo :: Ptr SockAddr -> CInt{-CSockLen???-} -> CString -> CSize -> CString
                  -> CSize -> CInt -> IO CInt

{-# LINE 1565 "Network/Socket.hsc" #-}

mkInvalidRecvArgError :: String -> IOError
mkInvalidRecvArgError loc = ioeSetErrorString (mkIOError
                                    InvalidArgument
                                    loc Nothing Nothing) "non-positive length"

mkEOFError :: String -> IOError
mkEOFError loc = ioeSetErrorString (mkIOError EOF loc Nothing Nothing) "end of file"

-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- foreign imports from the C library

foreign import ccall unsafe "my_inet_ntoa"
  c_inet_ntoa :: HostAddress -> IO (Ptr CChar)

foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "inet_addr"
  c_inet_addr :: Ptr CChar -> IO HostAddress

foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "shutdown"
  c_shutdown :: CInt -> CInt -> IO CInt

closeFd :: CInt -> IO ()
closeFd fd = throwSocketErrorIfMinus1_ "Network.Socket.close" $ c_close fd


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foreign import ccall unsafe "close"
  c_close :: CInt -> IO CInt

{-# LINE 1596 "Network/Socket.hsc" #-}

foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "socket"
  c_socket :: CInt -> CInt -> CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "bind"
  c_bind :: CInt -> Ptr SockAddr -> CInt{-CSockLen???-} -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV SAFE_ON_WIN "connect"
  c_connect :: CInt -> Ptr SockAddr -> CInt{-CSockLen???-} -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "accept"
  c_accept :: CInt -> Ptr SockAddr -> Ptr CInt{-CSockLen???-} -> IO CInt

{-# LINE 1609 "Network/Socket.hsc" #-}
foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "listen"
  c_listen :: CInt -> CInt -> IO CInt


{-# LINE 1618 "Network/Socket.hsc" #-}

foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "send"
  c_send :: CInt -> Ptr a -> CSize -> CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV SAFE_ON_WIN "sendto"
  c_sendto :: CInt -> Ptr a -> CSize -> CInt -> Ptr SockAddr -> CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "recv"
  c_recv :: CInt -> Ptr CChar -> CSize -> CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV SAFE_ON_WIN "recvfrom"
  c_recvfrom :: CInt -> Ptr a -> CSize -> CInt -> Ptr SockAddr -> Ptr CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "getpeername"
  c_getpeername :: CInt -> Ptr SockAddr -> Ptr CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "getsockname"
  c_getsockname :: CInt -> Ptr SockAddr -> Ptr CInt -> IO CInt

foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "getsockopt"
  c_getsockopt :: CInt -> CInt -> CInt -> Ptr CInt -> Ptr CInt -> IO CInt
foreign import CALLCONV unsafe "setsockopt"
  c_setsockopt :: CInt -> CInt -> CInt -> Ptr CInt -> CInt -> IO CInt

-- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- * Deprecated aliases

-- $deprecated-aliases
--
-- These aliases are deprecated and should not be used in new code.
-- They will be removed in some future version of the package.

-- | Deprecated alias for 'bind'.
bindSocket :: Socket    -- Unconnected Socket
           -> SockAddr  -- Address to Bind to
           -> IO ()
bindSocket = bind

-- | Deprecated alias for 'close'.
sClose :: Socket -> IO ()
sClose = close

-- | Deprecated alias for 'isConnected'.
sIsConnected :: Socket -> IO Bool
sIsConnected = isConnected

-- | Deprecated alias for 'isBound'.
sIsBound :: Socket -> IO Bool
sIsBound = isBound

-- | Deprecated alias for 'isListening'.
sIsListening :: Socket -> IO Bool
sIsListening = isListening

-- | Deprecated alias for 'isReadable'.
sIsReadable  :: Socket -> IO Bool
sIsReadable = isReadable

-- | Deprecated alias for 'isWritable'.
sIsWritable  :: Socket -> IO Bool
sIsWritable = isWritable