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# Socket utilities class
# created by Amey R Pathak
# contains SocketServer,SocketClient classes
import socket
def Hostname():
  return socket.gethostname()
class SocketError(Exception):
  pass
class Socket:
  def __init__(self,host=Hostname(),port=10000,verbose=0):
    self.host=host
    self.port=port
    self.SocketError=SocketError()
    self.verbose=verbose
    try:
      if self.verbose:print 'SocketUtils:Creating Socket()'
      self.sock=socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCK_STREAM)
    except socket.error,msg:
      raise SocketError,'Error in Socket Object Creation!!'
  def Close(self):
    if self.verbose:print 'SocketUtils:Closing socket!!'
    self.sock.close()
    if self.verbose:print 'SocketUtils:Socket Closed!!'
  def __str__(self):
    return 'SocketUtils.Socket\nSocket created on Host='+str(self.host)+',Port='+str(self.port)
class SocketServer(Socket):
  def __init__(self,host=Hostname(),port=10000,verbose=0):
    self.host,self.rhost=host,host
    self.port,self.rport=port,port
    self.verbose=verbose
    try:
      if self.verbose:print 'SocketUtils:Creating SocketServer()'
      self.sock=socket.socket(socket.AF_INET,socket.SOCK_STREAM)
    except socket.error,msg:
      raise SocketError,'Failed to create SocketServer object!!'
    try:
      if self.verbose:print 'SocketUtils:Binding Socket()'
      self.sock.bind((self.host,self.port))
      if self.verbose:print self
    except socket.error,msg:
      raise SocketError,msg
  def Listen(self,msg='Accepted Connection from:'):
    if self.verbose:print 'Listening to port',self.port
    self.sock.listen(1)
    self.conn,self.rhost=self.sock.accept()
    self.rhost=self.rhost[0]
    if self.rhost:
      if self.verbose:print 'Got connection from',self.rhost
      print msg,self.rhost
  def Send(self,data):
    if self.verbose:print 'Sending data of size ',len(data)
    self.conn.send(data)
    if self.verbose:print 'Data sent!!'
  def Receive(self,size=1024):
    if self.verbose:print 'Receiving data...'
    return self.conn.recv(size)
  def __str__(self):
    return 'SocketUtils.SocketServer:\nSocket bound to Host='+str(self.host)+',Port='+str(self.port)
class SocketClient(Socket):
  def Connect(self,rhost=Hostname(),rport=10000):
    self.rhost,self.rport=rhost,rport
    try:
      if self.verbose:print 'Connecting to '+str(self.rhost)+' on port '+str(self.rport)
      self.sock.connect((self.rhost,self.rport))
      if self.verbose:print 'Connected !!!'
    except socket.error,msg:
      raise SocketError,'Connection refused to '+str(self.rhost)+' on port '+str(self.rport)
  def Send(self,data):
    if self.verbose:print 'Sending data of size ',len(data)
    self.sock.send(data)
    if self.verbose:print 'Data sent!!'
  def Receive(self,size=1024):
    if self.verbose:print 'Receiving data...'
    return self.sock.recv(size)
  def __str__(self):
    return 'SocketUtils.SocketClient\nClient connected to Host='+str(self.rhost)+',Port='+str(self.rport)
             

Sometimes it is required to implement a very quick and dirty client server model .. This does exactly that ..

1 comment

Roman Bogorodskiy 14 years, 2 months ago  # | flag

One might consider using python's standard SocketServer module for such purposes.

Created by Amey Pathak on Wed, 21 May 2003 (PSF)
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