Deprecated Functions And Documents

This functions removed from newer versions. Not maintained yet. Archive only. :/

  • router
  • dial_service
  • dial_send
  • proc_exec
  • createdb
  • insertdb
  • getdb
  • deletedb
  • searchdb
  • http
  • https

router (deprecated)

Router definition function. Simple create router use for web servers or micro servers.

router(port, hash definition);


def config = {
  "/": {
    "type": "GET",
    "response": "Hello!",
router("8080", config)

Defined new route with this example;


dial_service (deprecated)

Create dial messaging service from socket. All requests and response need to hash iteration.

sock socket "tcp4" "9050" "";
def messages = {"ping": "pong"}
dial_service(socket, messages);

Created dial service.

dial_send (deprecated)

Send messages to dial_service

sock socket "tcp4" "9050" ""
dial_send(socket, "ping")

Returns “pong” called from dial_service.

proc_exec (deprecated)

Execute some system command in background and return Process object.

proc_exec(command strings...)


proc_exec("ls -al")

createdb (deprecated)

Creates new database with inline named folder.


Created new key based database in current folder.

insertdb (deprecated)

Insert database something.

insertdb(dbname, key, value)

getdb (deprecated)

Get database with some key.

getdb(dbname, key)

deletedb (deprecated)

Delete database with some key.

deletedb(dbname, key)

searchdb (deprecated)

Directly search all database with get all objects.

searchdb(dbname, some string)

http (deprecated)

Runs http server with string or rendered objects.

http(routepath, port, string object);

https (deprecated)

Runs http server with string or rendered objects.

http(route path, port, string object, crt key, server key);

Create Http/Https Sockets (deprecated)

You can use the http(path, port, response) or https(path, port, response, servercrt, serverkey) function to easily create an http socket.


show("Listening Ctrl+C to exit.")
http("/", "8080", "Hello, Olang World from Web!");


show("Listening Ctrl+C to exit.")
https("/", "8443", "Hello, Olang World from Web!", "server.crt", "server.key");

First we loaded our "hello” module with load. Later in the hello() function on the 8080 or 8443 (needs; server.crt and server.key)port to provide this output. When we enter port localhost:8080 or localhost:8443 (needs; server.crt and server.key) from our browser or curl, the result will be;

~> curl localhost:8080
Hello, Oytun! Welcome to Olang

If we are going to do a test to render HTML, we can write the HTML module first so that we can link it to the http socket and render it.

httprenderexample.ol (HTTP socket with HTML module => main):

show("Listening Ctrl+C to exit.");
  "Hello, Olang World from Web!")

I started a sample http socket by including the jquery script and other plugins in my html parameters. As a result, when I call the socket with curl;

~> curl localhost:8080

I gave an HTML output as a conversion. This will be similarly rendered on the Web.