Ranch is a socket acceptor pool for TCP protocols.
Ranch aims to provide everything you need to accept TCP connections with a small code base and low latency while being easy to use directly as an application or to embed into your own.
It is assumed the developer already knows Erlang and has some experience with socket programming and TCP protocols.
Ranch is tested and supported on Linux, FreeBSD, OSX and Windows.
Ranch is developed for Erlang/OTP R16B+.
There are known issues with the SSL application found in Erlang/OTP 18.3.2 and 18.3.3. These versions are therefore not supported.
Ranch may be compiled on earlier Erlang versions with small source code modifications but there is no guarantee that it will work as expected.
Ranch uses Semantic Versioning 2.0.0
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