NOTE: This documentation is for version 0.6-beta of nanomsg, but the latest released version is 1.0.0. Please see the documentation for 1.0.0 for the most up-to-date information.
nanomsg(7)

SYNOPSIS

cc [flags] files -lnanomsg [libraries]

DESCRIPTION

Following functions are exported by nanomsg library:

Create an SP socket

nn_socket(3)

Close an SP socket

nn_close(3)

Set a socket option

nn_setsockopt(3)

Retrieve a socket option

nn_getsockopt(3)

Add a local endpoint to the socket

nn_bind(3)

Add a remote endpoint to the socket

nn_connect(3)

Remove an endpoint from the socket

nn_shutdown(3)

Send a message

nn_send(3)

Receive a message

nn_recv(3)

Fine-grained alternative to nn_send

nn_sendmsg(3)

Fine-grained alternative to nn_recv

nn_recvmsg(3)

Allocation of messages

nn_allocmsg(3) nn_reallocmsg(3) nn_freemsg(3)

Manipulation of message control data

nn_cmsg(3)

Multiplexing

nn_poll(3)

Retrieve the current errno

nn_errno(3)

Convert an error number into human-readable string

nn_strerror(3)

Query the names and values of nanomsg symbols

nn_symbol(3)

Query properties of nanomsg symbols

nn_symbol_info(3)

Start a device

nn_device(3)

Notify all sockets about process termination

nn_term(3)

Environment variables that influence nanomsg work

nn_env(7)

Following scalability protocols are provided by nanomsg:

One-to-one protocol

nn_pair(7)

Request/reply protocol

nn_reqrep(7)

Publish/subscribe protocol

nn_pubsub(7)

Survey protocol

nn_survey(7)

Pipeline protocol

nn_pipeline(7)

Message bus protocol

nn_bus(7)

Following transport mechanisms are provided by nanomsg:

In-process transport

nn_inproc(7)

Inter-process transport

nn_ipc(7)

TCP transport

nn_tcp(7)

TCPMUX transport

nn_tcpmux(7)

WebSocket transport

nn_ws(7)

Following tools are installed with the library:

nanocat

nanocat(1)

tcpmuxd

tcpmuxd(1)

AUTHORS

Martin Sustrik <sustrik@250bpm.com>