UDT-Java

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UDT-Java provides a native Java implementation of the high-performance UDT network protocol. It is based on the UDT specification, compatible with the C++ reference implementation which is available from http://udt.sourceforge.net.

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  • dragonflly
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    Can I bind a UDT and UDP socket as C++ version? Thank you so much!

    Posted 02/13/2013
  • siffix
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    Really appreciate this project, BUT! There is currently a bug at least in the snapshot where UDTInputStream.read() returns a signed byte. Needs to return 0xFF & byte instead of byte & 0xFF. This also breaks read(byte[], int, int). If you use only read(byte[]) it works fine.

    Posted 01/29/2013
  • brodyzimmerman
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    udt-java is fast and stable

    Posted 09/12/2012
  • anilsson2
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    Good one!

    Posted 06/28/2012
  • oid-3829283
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    This does not work. When I observe network behavior using Wireshark it is clear that is not same as when using original c++ native library which is btw. excellent. Is there any pseudo-code graph so I could write my one implementation. I would be happy to share it.

    Posted 05/01/2012
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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2010-03-15
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