ipaddr

IP (and MAC) address representation library
Description

A library for manipulation of IP (and MAC) address representations.

Features:

  • Depends only on sexplib (conditionalization under consideration)
  • oUnit-based tests
  • IPv4 and IPv6 support
  • IPv4 and IPv6 CIDR prefix support
  • IPv4 and IPv6 CIDR-scoped address support
  • Ipaddr.V4 and Ipaddr.V4.Prefix modules are Map.OrderedType
  • Ipaddr.V6 and Ipaddr.V6.Prefix modules are Map.OrderedType
  • Ipaddr and Ipaddr.Prefix modules are Map.OrderedType
  • Ipaddr_unix in findlib subpackage ipaddr.unix provides compatibility with the standard library Unix module
  • Ipaddr_top in findlib subpackage ipaddr.top provides top-level pretty printers (requires compiler-libs default since OCaml 4.0)
  • IP address scope classification
  • IPv4-mapped addresses in IPv6 (::ffff:0:0/96) are an embedding of IPv4
  • MAC-48 (Ethernet) address support
  • Macaddr is a Map.OrderedType
  • All types have sexplib serializers/deserializers
Install
Published
20 Feb 2015
Authors
Maintainers
Sources
2.6.1.tar.gz
md5=41add1ecc6303e18af60564f8559a299
Dependencies
ounit with-test
sexplib < "113.01.00"
ocaml >= "4.02.0" & < "4.04.0"
Reverse Dependencies
arp < "0.2.3"
charrua-core < "0.11.1"
cohttp-async >= "3.0.0"
conduit >= "0.6.0" & < "1.4.0" | = "3.0.0"
conduit-async >= "1.2.0" & < "1.4.0"
dkim >= "0.2.0"
dns >= "0.8.0" & < "1.1.3"
eliom >= "4.0.0"
frenetic >= "3.2.0" & < "5.0.5"
mbr-format < "1.0.0"
mirage >= "0.10.0" & < "3.4.0"
mirage-block-xen >= "1.1.0" & < "2.0.0"
mirage-conduit < "2.0.0" | >= "3.0.0" & < "3.1.0"
mirage-net-macosx >= "1.2.0" & < "1.5.0"
mirage-unix >= "0.9.4" & < "0.9.9"
mirage-vnetif < "0.4.1"
mirage-www >= "1.1.0"
mirage-xen >= "0.9.5" & < "0.9.9"
mirari >= "0.9.6"
mrmime >= "0.2.0"
mrt-format >= "0.3.0"
netchannel < "1.8.1"
ocsigenserver >= "2.4.0"
pcap-format = "0.4.0"
pgx >= "1.0"
tcpip < "3.6.0"
tls >= "0.15.0"
tuntap >= "0.6" & < "1.8.1"
vchan >= "0.9.6" & < "2.0.0"
vhd-format >= "0.7.0" & < "0.9.1"
vmnet < "1.3.3"
Conflicts
ppx_sexp_conv = "113.33.00+4.03"