Library for talking to the mDNSResponder daemon.

Latest on Hackage:1.0.3

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BSD3 licensed by Shea Levy
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On OS X, iOS, and Bonjour for Windows, mDNSResponder is the daemon responsible for providing the Bonjour services. This is a client implementation directly on top of the (not documented outside of the open source code) Unix domain socket protocol, as the "low level" dns_sd C API provided by Apple relies on heavy use of callbacks and does not allow for nonblocking connections.


Revision history for mDNSResponder-client

1.0.3 -- 2017-01-11

  • Only use cross-safe hsc2hs macros.

1.0.2 -- 2017-01-11

  • Bump version bounds for 'base'.

1.0.1 -- 2017-01-03

  • Include dns_sd.h to make building portable (running still requires the daemon running, of course).

1.0.0 -- 2017-01-03

  • First version, with support for registering, browsing, and resolving.
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