Re: [dev] [ON TOPIC] libixp examples

From: sqweek <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 14:11:12 +0800

 The example server was written by Ron Minnich.
 I started on a libixp hello-world howto which can be found at - I kind of lost motivation
when I realised the direction I intended to take the howto was
basically just going to repeat all the information in intro(5). You're
more than welcome to use/adapt the text if you'll find it useful.


2009/6/15 Thomas Gallen <>:
> Hmm, I noticed the libixp source does have a libixp server example if
> you're looking for something to compare to or correct using.
> Unfortunately, it's a bit sparse on comments. If Kris wrote it,
> perhaps he'd be one to ask about it. It's in the root of the source in
> the examples directory.
> Thomas
> On Sun, Jun 14, 2009 at 09:27:20PM +0200, yy wrote:
>> Sorry if I interrupt your priceless discussion about mailing lists,
>> but I need some help with libixp.
>> Since finding documentation (and/or examples) is not easy, I have
>> decided to write something myself. What I'm doing is keeping tags in a
>> mercurial repository from a very simple Hello World to a more complet
>> 9P server. Explanations are not exhaustive, but having everything in
>> mercurial allows to track changes in a gradual way. With the help of
>> sqweek m9u (thanks sqweek!) I have started with the first steps:
>> I will be progressively adding more content, but it is the first time
>> I touch libixp and could be doing something wrong. Since this is
>> intended be used as a base for someone starting with libixp I want to
>> avoid obvious mistakes, so I'm asking if somebody with more experience
>> could have a look at my code from time to time. Of course, any other
>> comment is welcomed too.
>> Kind regards,
>> --
>> - yiyus || JGL .
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