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Rust-WebSocket is a WebSocket (RFC6455) library written in Rust.
Note that this particular library is based on obsolete dependencies (Hyper 0.10, Tokio 0.1), so is a poor choice for new projects. You are adviced to use other Websocket libraries.
Rust-WebSocket provides a framework for dealing with WebSocket connections (both clients and servers). The library is currently in an experimental state, but provides functionality for both normal and secure WebSockets, a message level API supporting fragmentation, a data frame level API, and the ability to extend and customize behaviour.
To add a library release version from crates.io to a Cargo project, add this to the 'dependencies' section of your Cargo.toml:
websocket = "0.24.0"
To add the library's Git repository to a Cargo project, add this to your Cargo.toml:
[dependencies.websocket] git = "https://github.com/websockets-rs/rust-websocket.git"
extern crate websocket; to your project.
0.24.0 is the last version of
rust-websocket that supports some very old Rust versions (I'm not sure which exactly, maybe 1.28).
The library can be compiled with tests and benches and some extra capabilities on Rust nightly. To enable the nightly features, use
cargo --features nightly ....
See the documentation for the latest release of the library here, and also the examples, which are located in
/examples and can be run with:
cargo run --example server
And in a separate terminal:
cargo run --example client
The library can be tested using
cargo test to run tests and
cargo bench to run bench tests.
A number of tests are included, which ensure core WebSocket functionality works as expected. These tests are not yet comprehensive, and are still being worked on.
Rust-WebSocket uses the Autobahn TestSuite to test conformance to RFC6455. If you have Autobahn TestSuite installed you can run these tests yourself using the commands:
wstest -m fuzzingserver cargo run --example autobahn-client
To test the client implementation, and
wstest -m fuzzingclient cargo run --example autobahn-server
To test the server implementation. The spec files are available here.
The results of these tests are available here.
Before you make a PR be sure to run all the tests!
# install rustup component add rustfmt-preview rustup component add clippy-preview # test cargo +nightly fmt -- --check cargo +nightly clippy --all-features -- -D clippy::all cargo test --features nightly cargo bench --features nightly ./scripts/build-all.sh
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