cstream is a general-purpose stream-handling tool like UNIX' dd,
usually used in commandline-constructed pipes.
Sane commandline switch syntax.
Exact throughput limiting, on the incoming side. Timing variance in
previous reads are counterbalanced in the following reads.
Precise throughput reporting. Either at the end of the transmission
I'm afraid that support for the '-B <size_of_buffer>' was clobbered in
2.7.4 or whereabouts. This one allowed you do have a reader do
multiple reads before the writer could write or vice versa.
Change reverted in 2.7.6.
2.7.4 and 2.75 do not have working -B.
Revert 2.7.3 which broke -B
NetBSD and general pkgsrc compatibility. Should get rid of the o
- :port bind to local port and await connection
- hostname:port connect to remote machine/port
- hostname:port:hostname:port connect to remote machine/port
192.168.175.48 = 816818368
audio mode option parsing
TCP/IP socket functionality:
- good ifdef's to get rid of it
- good ifdef's to get rid of hostname resolution
- specification for local binding
cstream is copyright 1998, 1999 by Martin Cracauer.
The license is similar to the X consortium lice
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