Python socket.html() Examples

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Example 1
Project: AnnotatedShadowSocks   Author: xuelangZF   File: common.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def patch_socket():
    """ Bind inet_ntop and inet_pton function to socket module.

    socket.inet_pton and socket.inet_ntop are available only on most Unix platforms.
    Here we use custom function if there are no inet_pton or inet_ntop defined.

    Ref: https://docs.python.org/2/library/socket.html#socket.inet_pton
    """
    if not hasattr(socket, 'inet_pton'):
        socket.inet_pton = inet_pton

    if not hasattr(socket, 'inet_ntop'):
        socket.inet_ntop = inet_ntop 
Example 2
Project: shootback   Author: aploium   File: common_func.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _start(self):
        # memoryview act as an recv buffer
        # refer https://docs.python.org/3/library/stdtypes.html#memoryview
        buff = memoryview(bytearray(RECV_BUFFER_SIZE))
        while True:
            if not self.conn_rd:
                # sleep if there is no connections
                time.sleep(0.06)
                continue

            # blocks until there is socket(s) ready for .recv
            # notice: sockets which were closed by remote,
            #   are also regarded as read-ready by select()
            r, w, e = select.select(self.conn_rd, [], [], 0.5)

            for s in r:  # iter every read-ready or closed sockets
                try:
                    # here, we use .recv_into() instead of .recv()
                    #   recv data directly into the pre-allocated buffer
                    #   to avoid many unnecessary malloc()
                    # see https://docs.python.org/3/library/socket.html#socket.socket.recv_into
                    rec_len = s.recv_into(buff, RECV_BUFFER_SIZE)
                except:
                    # unable to read, in most cases, it's due to socket close
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue

                if not rec_len:
                    # read zero size, closed or shutdowned socket
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue

                try:
                    # send data, we use `buff[:rec_len]` slice because
                    #   only the front of buff is filled
                    self.map[s].send(buff[:rec_len])
                except:
                    # unable to send, close connection
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue 
Example 3
Project: edx-video-pipeline   Author: edx   File: __init__.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, cache=None, timeout=None, proxy_info=None,
                 ca_certs=None, disable_ssl_certificate_validation=False):
        """
        The value of proxy_info is a ProxyInfo instance.

        If 'cache' is a string then it is used as a directory name for
        a disk cache. Otherwise it must be an object that supports the
        same interface as FileCache.

        All timeouts are in seconds. If None is passed for timeout
        then Python's default timeout for sockets will be used. See
        for example the docs of socket.setdefaulttimeout():
        http://docs.python.org/library/socket.html#socket.setdefaulttimeout

        ca_certs is the path of a file containing root CA certificates for SSL
        server certificate validation.  By default, a CA cert file bundled with
        httplib2 is used.

        If disable_ssl_certificate_validation is true, SSL cert validation will
        not be performed.
        """
        self.proxy_info = proxy_info
        self.ca_certs = ca_certs
        self.disable_ssl_certificate_validation = \
                disable_ssl_certificate_validation

        # Map domain name to an httplib connection
        self.connections = {}
        # The location of the cache, for now a directory
        # where cached responses are held.
        if cache and isinstance(cache, basestring):
            self.cache = FileCache(cache)
        else:
            self.cache = cache

        # Name/password
        self.credentials = Credentials()

        # Key/cert
        self.certificates = KeyCerts()

        # authorization objects
        self.authorizations = []

        # If set to False then no redirects are followed, even safe ones.
        self.follow_redirects = True

        # Which HTTP methods do we apply optimistic concurrency to, i.e.
        # which methods get an "if-match:" etag header added to them.
        self.optimistic_concurrency_methods = ["PUT", "PATCH"]

        # If 'follow_redirects' is True, and this is set to True then
        # all redirecs are followed, including unsafe ones.
        self.follow_all_redirects = False

        self.ignore_etag = False

        self.force_exception_to_status_code = False

        self.timeout = timeout 
Example 4
Project: passbytcp   Author: mxdg   File: common_func.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def _start(self):
        # memoryview act as an recv buffer
        # refer https://docs.python.org/3/library/stdtypes.html#memoryview
        buff = memoryview(bytearray(RECV_BUFFER_SIZE))
        while True:
            if not self.conn_rd:
                # sleep if there is no connections
                time.sleep(0.06)
                continue

            # blocks until there is socket(s) ready for .recv
            # notice: sockets which were closed by remote,
            #   are also regarded as read-ready by select()
            r, w, e = select.select(self.conn_rd, [], [], 0.5)

            for s in r:  # iter every read-ready or closed sockets
                try:
                    # here, we use .recv_into() instead of .recv()
                    #   recv data directly into the pre-allocated buffer
                    #   to avoid many unnecessary malloc()
                    # see https://docs.python.org/3/library/socket.html#socket.socket.recv_into
                    rec_len = s.recv_into(buff, RECV_BUFFER_SIZE)

                    # agre = "http"
                    # url = agre + '://' + heads['Host']
                    # heads = httphead(buff.tobytes().decode('utf-8'))
                    # logging.info("recv head:{}".format(heads))
                except Exception as e:
                    # unable to read, in most cases, it's due to socket close
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue

                if not rec_len:
                    # read zero size, closed or shutdowned socket
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue

                try:
                    # send data, we use `buff[:rec_len]` slice because
                    #   only the front of buff is filled
                    self.map[s].send(buff[:rec_len])
                except Exception as e:
                    # unable to send, close connection
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue 
Example 5
Project: passbytcp   Author: mxdg   File: common_func.py    (license) View Source Project 3 votes vote down vote up
def _start(self):
        # memoryview act as an recv buffer
        # refer https://docs.python.org/3/library/stdtypes.html#memoryview
        buff = memoryview(bytearray(RECV_BUFFER_SIZE))
        while True:
            if not self.conn_rd:
                # sleep if there is no connections
                time.sleep(0.06)
                continue

            # blocks until there is socket(s) ready for .recv
            # notice: sockets which were closed by remote,
            #   are also regarded as read-ready by select()
            r, w, e = select.select(self.conn_rd, [], [], 0.5)

            for s in r:  # iter every read-ready or closed sockets
                try:
                    # here, we use .recv_into() instead of .recv()
                    #   recv data directly into the pre-allocated buffer
                    #   to avoid many unnecessary malloc()
                    # see https://docs.python.org/3/library/socket.html#socket.socket.recv_into
                    rec_len = s.recv_into(buff, RECV_BUFFER_SIZE)
                except:
                    # unable to read, in most cases, it's due to socket close
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue

                if not rec_len:
                    # read zero size, closed or shutdowned socket
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue

                try:
                    # send data, we use `buff[:rec_len]` slice because
                    #   only the front of buff is filled
                    self.map[s].send(buff[:rec_len])
                except:
                    # unable to send, close connection
                    self._rd_shutdown(s)
                    continue