A simple cffi-wrapper around some basic functionality of libGeoIP as provided by the debian package http://packages.debian.org/wheezy/libgeoip-dev (original source http://www.maxmind.com). I only implemented the functionality I actually need, and released it since it might be useful for other people. If anybody needs more functionality, patches are welcome!
I tested this under SBCL, Linux x64.
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Under Debian/Ubuntu, the packages libgeoip-dev and geoip-database should provide the necessary files to get started.
Before we can use the databases, they have to be initialized using
open-databases, which wants two file names, one for the IPv4 and one fore the IPv6 database. Under Debian/Ubuntu, the following should be correct:
(geoip:open-databases "/usr/share/GeoIP/GeoIP.dat" "/usr/share/GeoIP/GeoIPv6.dat")
After that, you should be able to find Country-Codes for IP-Strings using
get-country-code. If it is not found, NIL is returned:
CL-USER> (geoip:get-country-code "18.104.22.168") "DE" CL-USER> (geoip:get-country-code "2a01:4f8:101:281:7ad5:1003:0:1") "DE" CL-USER> (geoip:get-country-code "some clusterfuck") NIL
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