Version 1.6.3 of Streamline, a stream-based network
subsystem for Linux,
has been announced.
"This first release in over a half year has been thoroug[h]ly stress-tested, so it should be more stable. New features include support for named and unnamed pipes, the full POSIX file IO interface, a write-after-read optimization similar to splicing, a method for catching HTTP GET requests and self-resizing (based on load) ringbuffer designs."
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