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NAME

       ident - Ident protocol client

SYNOPSIS

       package require Tcl  8.3

       package require ident  ?0.42?

       ::ident::query socket ?callback?

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DESCRIPTION

       The ident package provides a client implementation of the ident protocol as defined in RFC
       1413 (http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc1413.txt).

       ::ident::query socket ?callback?
              This command queries the ident daemon on the remote side of the given  socket,  and
              returns  the  result  of the query as a dictionary.  Interpreting the dictionary as
              list the first key will always be resp-type, and can have one of the values USERID,
              ERROR, and FATAL.  These response types have the following meanings:

              USERID This  indicates  a  successful response. Two more keys and associated values
                     are returned, opsys, and user-id.

              ERROR  This means the ident server has returned an error.  A second key named error
                     is  present  whose  value  contains  the  error-type  field  from the server
                     response.

              FATAL  Fatal errors happen when no ident server is listening on the remote side, or
                     when  the  ident server gives a response that does not conform to the RFC. A
                     detailed error message is returned under the error key.

BUGS, IDEAS, FEEDBACK

       This document, and the package it describes,  will  undoubtedly  contain  bugs  and  other
       problems.    Please  report  such  in  the  category  ident  of  the  Tcllib  SF  Trackers
       [http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=12883].   Please  also  report  any  ideas   for
       enhancements you may have for either package and/or documentation.

KEYWORDS

       ident, identification, rfc 1413

CATEGORY

       Networking

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2004 Reinhard Max <max@tclers.tk>