Date: 2001-07-27 07:44:37
Author: scleary (scleary_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 26/07/01 20:28
>> The main requirement I see for a C++ socket API is that the protocal
>> (which functions should be invoked in which order) should be
>>I'd like to see if we can find a way to do this without dictating a
>>programming method for the end user.
I agree. I would like to see both saftey and flexability.
>I'd like to keep as many (asynchronous) options open for the user as
>possible. OTOH, especially if we're aiming cross-platform, maybe we should
>just provide blocking sockets intended for use with Boost.Thread...
The later is the current java model and I find it highly restrictive.
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