GGRS (good game rollback system) is a reimagination of the GGPO network SDK written in 100% safe Rust 🦀. The callback-style API from the original library has been replaced with a much saner, simpler control flow. Instead of registering callback functions, GGRS returns a list of requests for the user to fulfill.
Arc<Mutex<GameState>> that you can
GameState to/from. These will be handed to the user as part of a
A messages that
NonBlockingSocket sends and receives. When implementing
you should deserialize received messages into the
Message type and pass them.
NetworkStats struct contains statistics about the current session.
P2PSession provides all functionality to connect to remote clients in a peer-to-peer fashion, exchange inputs and handle the gamestate by saving, loading and advancing.
SessionBuilder builds all GGRS Sessions. After setting all appropriate values, use
to consume the builder and create a Session of desired type.
P2PSpectatorSessions provide all functionality to connect to a remote host in a peer-to-peer fashion.
The host will broadcast all confirmed inputs to this session.
This session can be used to spectate a session without contributing to the game input.
SyncTestSession, GGRS will simulate a rollback every frame and resimulate the last n states, where n is the given check distance.
The resimulated checksums will be compared with the original checksums and report if there was a mismatch.
A simple non-blocking UDP socket tu use with GGRS Sessions. Listens to 0.0.0.0 on a given port.
This enum contains all error messages this library can return. Most API functions will generally return a
Notifications that you can receive from the session. Handling them is up to the user.
Requests that you can receive from the session. Handling them is mandatory.
InputStatus will always be given together with player inputs when requested to advance the frame.
Defines the three types of players that GGRS considers:
A session is always in one of these states. You can query the current state of a session via
Internally, -1 represents no frame / invalid frame.
Compile time parameterization for sessions.
NonBlockingSocket trait is used when you want to use GGRS with your own socket.
However you wish to send and receive messages, it should be implemented through these two methods.
Messages should be sent in an UDP-like fashion, unordered and unreliable.
GGRS has an internal protocol on top of this to make sure all important information is sent and received.