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REBOL [ Title: "Asynchronous Request Broker" Date: 21-May-2001/16:31:58+2:00 Version: 1.0.0 File: %rugby.r Author: "Maarten Koopmans" Needs: "Command 2.0+ , Core 2.5+ , View 1.1+" Purpose: {An asynchronous, high-performance, handler based, server framework and a rebol request broker...} Email: %m--koopmans2--chello--nl library: [ level: 'advanced platform: none type: 'tool domain: [ldc other-net tcp] tested-under: none support: none license: none see-also: none ] ] ; Our high performing server framework ; Used by the request broker rugby hipe-serv: context [ ;The list of ports we wait/all for in our main loop port-q: make block! copy [] ;mapping of ports to objects containg additional info object-q: make block! copy [] ;our main server port server-port: none ;the handler for server [ currently only rugby, you can imagine http etc...] my-handler: none ;remove a port from our port list port-q-delete: func [ target [port!]] [ remove find port-q target ] ;insert a port in to our port list port-q-insert: func [ target [port!]] [ append port-q target ;append port-q make object! conn-object [ port: :target ] ] ;insert a port and its corresponding object object-q-insert: func [ target /local o] [ append object-q target o: make object! [port: target handler: :my-handler user-data: none] append object-q o ] ;remove a port and its corresponding object object-q-delete: func [target [port!] ] [ remove remove find object-q target ] ;initialize everything for a client connection on application level start: func [ conn [port!]] [ port-q-insert conn object-q-insert conn ] ;clean up after a client connection stop: func [ conn [port!] /local conn-object] [ port-q-delete conn error? try [ conn-object: select object-q conn close conn-object/port object-q-delete conn ] ] ;intialize everything on network level (asynchronous) init-conn-port: func [ conn [port!] ] [ set-modes conn [ async-modes: [read write]] start conn ] ;initialize our main server port init-server-port: func [ p [port!] conn-handler [any-function!]] [ server-port: p append port-q server-port ;Increase the backlog for this server. 15 should be possible (default is 5) ;server-port/backlog: 15 my-handler: :conn-handler open/direct server-port ] ;Process all ports that have received an event (called from our main loop, serve) process-ports: func [ portz [block!] /local temp-obj] [ foreach item portz [ either (item = server-port) [ init-conn-port first server-port ] [ temp-obj: select object-q item temp-obj/handler temp-obj ] ] ] ;Start serving. Do a blocking wait until there are events serve: func [/local portz] [ forever [ portz: wait/all port-q process-ports portz ] ] ] ;This object implements the server side of a request broker. rugby-server: make hipe-serv [ ;get the number of args of a function nargs: func [ {The number of the function arguments} f [any-function!] ] [ -1 + index? any [find first :f refinement! tail first :f] ] ;fill a string with zeros (used for message lengths etc.) fill-0: func [ filly [string!] how-many [integer!] /local fills] [ if how-many > length? filly [ fills: how-many - length? filly ] for filz 1 fills 1 [ insert filly "0" ] return filly ] ;This varaiable is a block containg words that are allowed to be executed exec-env: none ;Checks to see if a message's integrity is ok. check-msg: func [ msg [any-block!]] [ return ((checksum/secure mold second msg) = first msg) ] ;Create a message for on the wire transfer compose-msg: func [msg [any-block!] /local f-msg chk ] [ f-msg: copy [] ;compute the checksum chk: checksum/secure mold msg insert/only f-msg copy msg insert f-msg chk ;return the compressed message return mold compress mold copy f-msg ] ;Extract a message that has been sent on the wire decompose-msg: func [ msg [any-string!]] [ return copy do decompress do msg ] ;Do a low-level write of a message write-msg: func [msg [any-block!] dest [port!] /local length f-msg] [ f-msg: compose-msg msg length: fill-0 to-string length? f-msg 4 write-io dest length 4 write-io dest f-msg length? f-msg ] ;Execute a message. Only if the first word is in our exec-env varaiable safe-exec: func [ statement [any-block!] env [any-block!] /local res n stm] [ if found? (find env first statement) [ n: nargs get to-get-word first statement res: none stm: copy/part statement (n + 1) error? try [ res: do stm ] return res ] return copy {} ] ;High-level 'do' of a message do-message: func [ msg [any-string!] /local f-msg res] [ f-msg: decompose-msg msg either check-msg f-msg [ res: safe-exec second f-msg exec-env return res ] [ return none ] ] ;This is the rugby server-handler (my-handler in hipe-serv) do-handler: func [ o /local msg ret size] [ ;this handler does its work in 3 parts ; 1) Read the message size ; 2) Read the message ; 3) do the message ; 1) and 2) may be done inmultiple steps because of the saync I/O ret: copy [] if (none? o/user-data ) [ error? try [ ;read the first 4 bytes that contain the total message size ;message size =< 9999 size: copy {} read-io o/port size 4 o/user-data: context [ task: copy {} rest: to-integer size] unset 'size ] return ] ;now try to read the rest of the message either (error? try [ msg: copy {} read-io o/port msg to-integer o/user-data/rest ]) [ return] ;Do what ever we asked [ o/user-data/rest: o/user-data/rest - (length? msg) either (o/user-data/rest = 0) [ o/user-data/task: append o/user-data/task msg append ret do-message o/user-data/task write-msg ret o/port stop o/port return ] [ o/user-data/task: append o/user-data/task msg return ] ] ] ;Init our server according to our server port-spec and with rugby's do-handler init-rugby: func [ port-spec [port!] x-env [any-block!]] [ exec-env: copy x-env init-server-port port-spec :do-handler ] ;Start serving go: func [] [ serve ] ] ;Rugby's client side rugby-client: context [ ;Again... fill with zeroes fill-0: func [ filly [string!] how-many [integer!] /local fills] [ if how-many > length? filly [ fills: how-many - length? filly ] for filz 1 fills 1 [ insert filly "0" ] return filly ] ;Check for message integrity check-msg: func [ msg [any-block!]] [ return ((checksum/secure mold second msg) = first msg) ] ;Create a message for on the wire transmission compose-msg: func [msg [any-block!] /local f-msg chk ] [ f-msg: copy [] chk: checksum/secure mold msg insert/only f-msg copy msg insert f-msg chk return mold compress mold copy f-msg ] ;Extract a message that has been transmitted on the wire decompose-msg: func [ msg [any-string!]] [ return copy do decompress do msg ] ;Write a message on the port write-msg: func [msg [any-block!] dest [port!] /local length f-msg] [ f-msg: compose-msg msg length: fill-0 to-string length? f-msg 4 write-io dest length 4 write-io dest f-msg length? f-msg ] ;Do a high-level rexec rexec: func [ msg [any-block!] /with p [port!] /local res dest] [ either with [ dest: p ] [ ;the default dest: make port! tcp://localhost:8001 ] if error? e: try [ open dest write-msg msg dest ;Read the result. We throw the length (first 4 bytes away) ;because we just read everything (synchronously) res: remove/part copy dest 4 close dest res: decompose-msg res either check-msg res [ return copy second res ] [ return none ] return copy res ];try [ return none ];if error? try ] ];context ;Client test function. Shows how easy it is to do a remote exec client-test: does [ rugby-client/rexec [echo "Rugby is great!"] ] ;Sample echo function for the test-server echo: func [a] [return enbase a] ;A server test function. Demonstrates how easy it is to use rugby-server. server-test: does [ rugby-server/init-rugby make port! tcp://:8001 [echo] rugby-server/go ]
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