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Oct 13, 2007, 5:39:15 PM (15 years ago)
Author:
livings124
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small typo fixes

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  • trunk/doc/ipcproto.txt

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    88The IPC protocol is used to allow processes to control or retrieve
    99information from Transmission frontend, such as transmission-daemon,
    10 or the GTK+ or MacOS X frontends.  This communication is done
     10or the GTK+ or Mac OS X frontends.  This communication is done
    1111over a unix-domain socket file such as
    1212~/.transmission/daemon/socket. In this document the Transmission
     
    1616Once a client connects to the server's socket, messages may be
    1717exchanged until either end closes the connection. Messages contain an
    18 32-bit payload length, encoded as 8 bytes of ASCII hexidecimal,
     1832-bit payload length, encoded as 8 bytes of ASCII hexadecimal,
    1919followed by the payload. Upper, lower, or mixed case for the length
    20 are all accpetable and must be handled correctly. Payload lengths
     20are all acceptable and must be handled correctly. Payload lengths
    2121greater than 2^31 - 8 (ie: 2147483640 decimal, 7FFFFFF8 hex) are not
    2222allowed.
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