Netchannelsfirst, as the object channels defined in this module are a very basic structure, and used by most other modules. There is also a
Conversion between character encodings
Object-oriented I/O: Basic types and classes
A netstream is an input channel that is read block by block.
Low-level functions to parse and print mail and MIME messages
Netmime contains high-level classes and functions to process mail and MIME messages.
Functions to compose and send electronic mails
Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
Parsing of mail addresses
A Netbuffer.t is a buffer that can grow and shrink dynamically.
Support for common date/time parsing and formatting.
Base64, Quoted Printable, URL encoding, HTML escaping
Support module for Alain Frisch's
Accelerators for bytecode
Enables accelerator module
Parsing of HTML
Basic definitions for the HTTP protocol
Wrapper for regexps with
Wrapper for regexps with PCRE syntax
Initialisation code for multi-threading
Internal access to the character conversion database
Internal auxiliary functions
Access to the environment for CGI and related protocols
Basic types for CGI and related protocols
Classical CGI implementation
AJP Connection management
Implementation of the AJP/1.2 protocol
AJP-based Application Servers
Low-level FastCGI Wire Protocol
Implementation of FastCGI
Overview over the HTTP daemon
Type definitions for the HTTP daemon, and an introduction
The protocol kernel of the HTTP daemon
The reactive encapsulation of the HTTP daemon
The event-based encapsulation of the HTTP daemon
Service Providers for HTTP daemon
This is an interface for the Post Office Protocol - Version 3 (POP3) as specifed by RFC 1939.
This is an interface for the Simple Mail Tranfer Protocol (SMTP) as specified by RFC 2821.
Index of types
Index of exceptions
Index of values
Index of class attributes
Index of class methods
Index of classes
Index of class types
Index of modules
The Ocamlnet libraries have been initially written by Gerd Stolpmann and Patrick Doane.