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Library for querying DNS SRV resource records

RULI (Resolver User LayerInterface) is a library built on top of an asynchronous DNS stub resolver. It provides an easy-to-use interface for querying DNS SRV resource records; its goal is to promote wide deployment of SRV-cognizant software. RULI aims to fully support SRV-related standards. There are currently bindings for Guile/Scheme, PHP and Perl, and it supports IPv6.


version 0.36 (beta)
released on 3 January 2006

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Janet Casey

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7 October 2004

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Everton da Silva Marques Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

Required to usea DNS recursive resolver
Required to buildliboop
Weak prerequisitePerl
Weak prerequisitePHP
Weak prerequisiteGuile

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 20 February 2018.


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