- gwsocket RFC6455 compliant WebSocket Server
- 0.3 www =1 Version of this port present on the latest quarterly branch.
- Maintainer: email@example.com
- Port Added: 2020-08-15 05:30:47
- Last Update: 2022-09-07 21:58:51
- Commit Hash: fb16dfe
- People watching this port, also watch:: json-c, sysinfo, python, miller
- License: MIT
- gwsocket is a simple, standalone, language-agnostic, RFC6455 compliant
WebSocket Server, written in C.
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- pkg-plist: as obtained via:
- Dependency lines:
- To install the port:
- cd /usr/ports/www/gwsocket/ && make install clean
- To add the package, run one of these commands:
NOTE: If this package has multiple flavors (see below), then use one of them instead of the name specified above.
- pkg install www/gwsocket
- pkg install gwsocket
- PKGNAME: gwsocket
- Flavors: there is no flavor information for this port.
- TIMESTAMP = 1594435125
SHA256 (gwsocket-0.3.tar.gz) = b2a46bbbc99faaf2dd99095d81bc29128fe54298ba6f4f9203ec3d2e4cc4c528
SIZE (gwsocket-0.3.tar.gz) = 146851
Packages (timestamps in pop-ups are UTC):
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- Build dependencies:
- pkgconf>=1.3.0_1 : devel/pkgconf
- There are no ports dependent upon this port
- ===> The following configuration options are available for gwsocket-0.3:
DEBUG=off: Build with debugging support
DOCS=on: Build and/or install documentation
EXAMPLES=on: Build and/or install examples
OPENSSL=off: SSL/TLS support via OpenSSL
===> Use 'make config' to modify these settings
- Options name:
- alias compiler:c11 pkgconfig
- For install:
To run gwsocket at startup, enable it in your /etc/rc.conf:
To start gwsocket:
service gwsocket start
To configure gwsocket edit:
A client example can be found at /usr/local/share/examples/gwsocket/sample.html
To run multiple instances of gwsocket, enable it in your /etc/rc.conf:
An instance will be created for each *.conf file found in:
- WWW: https://gwsocket.io
- Master Sites:
|Commit History - (may be incomplete: for full details, see links to repositories near top of page)
|07 Sep 2022 21:58:51
|Stefan Eßer (se)
Remove WWW entries moved into port Makefiles
Commit b7f05445c00f has added WWW entries to port Makefiles based on
WWW: lines in pkg-descr files.
This commit removes the WWW: lines of moved-over URLs from these
Approved by: portmgr (tcberner)
07 Sep 2022 21:10:59
|Stefan Eßer (se)
Add WWW entries to port Makefiles
It has been common practice to have one or more URLs at the end of the
ports' pkg-descr files, one per line and prefixed with "WWW:". These
URLs should point at a project website or other relevant resources.
Access to these URLs required processing of the pkg-descr files, and
they have often become stale over time. If more than one such URL was
present in a pkg-descr file, only the first one was tarnsfered into
the port INDEX, but for many ports only the last line did contain the
port specific URL to further information.
There have been several proposals to make a project URL available as
a macro in the ports' Makefiles, over time.
(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
20 Jul 2022 14:23:26
|Tobias C. Berner (tcberner)
www: remove 'Created by' lines
A big Thank You to the original contributors of these ports:
* Aaron Dalton <aaron@FreeBSD.org>
* Aaron Dalton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Aaron LI <email@example.com>
* Aaron Zauner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Abel Chow <email@example.com>
* Adam Weinberger <adamw@FreeBSD.org>
* Ade Lovett <ade@FreeBSD.org>
* Adrian Steinmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* Akinori MUSHA aka knu <email@example.com>(Only the first 15 lines of the commit message are shown above )
06 Apr 2021 14:31:13
|Mathieu Arnold (mat)
all: Remove all other $FreeBSD keywords.
06 Apr 2021 14:31:07
|Mathieu Arnold (mat)
Remove # $FreeBSD$ from Makefiles.
15 Aug 2020 05:30:41
New port: www/gwsocket Simple WebSocket Server
gwsocket is a simple, standalone, language-agnostic, RFC6455 compliant
WebSocket Server, written in C. It sits between your application and the
client's browser, giving fast bidirectional communication between these two
with ease and flexibility.
More info at: http://gwsocket.io.
Submitted by: Daniel Morante <firstname.lastname@example.org>