barlume is an attempt at creating a fully-Ruby library to easyly handle asynchronous I/O.
It wraps various selecting primitives with ffi and makes them accessible with a simple shared interface.
It also provides a nice reactor/proactor machine with an EventMachine compatibility layer which makes it easy to use already existing libraries for EventMachine while using a better backend.
This means that you can also run your EventMachine programs under barlume by
require 'eventmachine' with `require 'barlume/em'.
nucular is a reactor fully written in D that is greatly inspired by EventMachine.
It already works and can be used to implement any kind of protocol. Basic
protocols are already provided and implement in
nucular/protocols, you can
use them as complex examples to how implementing other protocols.
What I want from nucular is expanding D usage and provide a simple interface to write network programs and libraries.
Keep in mind this is my first D project so it will have some ugly parts, don't hesitate to point them out, I'll gladly fix them to be more consistent with D standards and suggested usages.
The primitives are implemented directly in D instead of using libev or similar.
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