Date: 2001-08-01 10:53:44
What does MacOS use in place of sockets? Is there any publicly
available documentation for the Mac api? Do we need to support MacOS
prior to version x with this library?
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Subject: [boost] Note about a socket/network library
Author: darylew (darylew_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 01/08/01 13:31
Please note that not everyone has sockets, nor use it as the basis of their
IP connections. Everyone here has access to TCP/IP (if they didn't, they
couldn't receive Boost!), so we could keep the initial interface just the
high-level TCP/IP and UDP/IP stuff.
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