Creates a socket listener object.
PATHNAME gives the name of the file that represents
BACKLOG specifies how many pending connectionsare allowed and defaults to
X is a unix socket listener object, or
Closes the socket associated with the listener object.
Waits for a connection from a client and returns two values: an input- and output-port which can be used to
communicate with the connecting process. Calling
unix-accept does not block other threads from
#t if a
unix-accept for this listener would not block the current thread, or
Connects to the socket given in
PATHNAME and returns two values: an input- and output-port
which allow communication with the server.
Returns the file-descriptor of the socket associated with the given listener object.
Returns the pathname of the socket associated with the given listener object.
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