A binary stream multiplexer. Stream multiple streams of binary data over a single binary stream.
A binary stream multiplexer. Stream multiple streams of binary data over a single binary stream. Like mux-demux but faster since it only works with binary streams.
Returns a new multiplexer. You can use this to create sub-streams. All data written to sub-streams will be emitted through this. If you pipe a multiplex instance to another multiplex instance all substream data will be multiplexed and demultiplexed on the other end.
onStream will be called with
(stream, id) whenever a new remote sub-stream is created with an id that hasn't already been created with
Any options pass in
options are used as defaults options when creating sub streams.
Creates a new sub-stream with an optional whole string
id (default is the stream channel id).
Sub-streams are duplex streams.
opts.chunked- enables chunked mode on all streams (message framing not guaranteed)
opts.halfOpen- make channels support half open mode meaning that they can be readable but not writable and vice versa
Explicitly receive an incoming stream.
This is useful if you have a function that accepts an instance of multiplex and you want to receive a substream.
Create a shared stream. If both ends create a shared stream with the same id, writing data on one end will emit the same data on the other end
Emitted when the outer stream encounters invalid data
Emitted if the inner stream is destroyed with an error
var multiplex = require'multiplex'var plex1 = multiplexvar stream1 = plex1createStreamvar stream2 = plex1createStreamvar plex2 = multiplexstreamon'data'console.log'data' id ctoStringplex1pipeplex2stream1write'stream one!'stream2write'stream two!'
multiplex is an OPEN Open Source Project. This means that:
Individuals making significant and valuable contributions are given commit-access to the project to contribute as they see fit. This project is more like an open wiki than a standard guarded open source project.
See the CONTRIBUTING.md file for more details.
multiplex is only possible due to the excellent work of the following contributors: