./www/ruby-faye-websocket, Standards-compliant WebSocket server and client

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 0.10.7, Package name: ruby23-faye-websocket-0.10.7, Maintainer: tsutsui

faye-websocket is a general-purpose WebSocket implementation
extracted from the Faye project. It provides classes for easily
building WebSocket servers and clients in Ruby. It does not
provide a server itself, but rather makes it easy to handle
WebSocket connections within an existing Rack application.
It does not provide any abstraction other than the standard
WebSocket API.

It also provides an abstraction for handling EventSource connections,
which are one-way connections that allow the server to push data
to the client. They are based on streaming HTTP responses and can
be easier to access via proxies than WebSockets.


Required to run:
[devel/ruby-eventmachine] [lang/ruby23-base] [www/ruby-websocket-driver]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 0f540dbfcfdc2b6202edbfb6f6b46f7144a79492
RMD160: f5ddd062d2ebcef1c4f258b100c880b93a5a86d3
Filesize: 19.5 KB

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   2017-03-20 15:03:56 by Izumi Tsutsui | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Update ruby-faye-websocket 0.10.7.

Upstream changes (from CHANGELOG.md):

### 0.10.7 / 2017-02-22

* Emit an error if `EventMachine::Connection#unbind` is called with an error
   2017-02-05 12:41:06 by Izumi Tsutsui | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Import ruby-faye-websocket-0.10.6 as www/ruby-faye-websocket.

faye-websocket is a general-purpose WebSocket implementation
extracted from the Faye project. It provides classes for easily
building WebSocket servers and clients in Ruby. It does not
provide a server itself, but rather makes it easy to handle
WebSocket connections within an existing Rack application.
It does not provide any abstraction other than the standard
WebSocket API.

It also provides an abstraction for handling EventSource connections,
which are one-way connections that allow the server to push data
to the client. They are based on streaming HTTP responses and can
be easier to access via proxies than WebSockets.