Cro::TLS

The Cro::TLS module contains a number of classes enabling the use of TLS in Cro pipelines.

Cro::TLS::Listener§

The Cro::TLS::Listener class is a Cro::Source. It is constructed with the port named argument, and an optional host named argument (which defaults to localhost). Any further named arguments will be passed along to IO::Socket::Async::SSL.listen, providing full access to its feature set.

Typically, the keys private-key-file and certificate-file should be passed, which indicate the files containing the private key and certificate for the server. The alpn key may be passed to configure protocols available for Application Level Protocol Negotiation.

my $listener = Cro::TLS::Listener.new(
    port => 443,
    host => '127.0.0.1',
    private-key-file => 'certs-and-keys/server-key.pem',
    certificate-file => 'certs-and-keys/server-crt.pem'
);

This source produces Cro::TLS::ServerConnection objects.

Cro::TLS::ServerConnection§

The Cro::TLS::ServerConnection class does the Cro::Connection role and represents an incoming TLS connection. It produces Cro::TCP::Message objects when data is received over the network, making it easy to write transforms that can be hosted with both TCP and TLS endpoints.

The class also implements Cro::Replyable, with the replier being a sink that consumes Cro::TCP::Message and send them to the client.

The class has a method alpn-result, which - if ALPN was used - indicates the outcome of the protocol negotiation.

Cro::TLS::Connector§

The Cro::TLS::Connector class does the Cro::Connector role, and is used for establishing an TLS connection. The establish method takes the port named argument (which is required) and the host named argument. Any further named arguments will be passed along to IO::Socket::Async::SSL.connect, making the full range of functionality of that module available.

The connector consumes and produces Cro::TCP::Message instances, allowing it to be used as a drop-in replacement for Cro::TCP::Connector.