SocketScripter (version 0.5)

Socket Scripter for ezSockets is designed to allow two-way socket communication. Everything that the server sends back will be logged to a file, while the scripter will connect completely according to a pre-scripted file. Usage:
socketscripter [in script]
There are four commands that this scripter currently understands:
log [text|binary|off]
connect [host] [port] [mode]
listen [port] [mode]
sleep [time]
send [data]
Note that with logging, binary will not reformat the output in any way text will reformat characters below 32 to special characters. Mode is optional on connect. If it is set to one, UDP will be used. Otherwise TCP will be used. Where data is a C-style string, back-slashes perform the same function here as in C. You may use \n, \t, \r, \f, \b, \\, \', \", \[octal number].

An example of a script would be:
		#sample program
		log binary
		connect 80
		sleep 100
		send GET / HTTP/1.1\r\nHost:\r\n\r\n
		sleep 1000
Copyright 2006 Charles Lohr under the MIT/X11 License.   70,603 bytes Full ZIP package
main.cpp              7,441 bytes Demonstration File
Util.cpp              3,708 bytes Utilities file
Util.h                2,006 bytes Utilities file
SocketScripter.exe  114,688 bytes Stand-alone end project

© 2003-2006 Charles Lohr