Date: 2002-02-27 14:04:59
Author: dmoore (dmoore_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 27/02/02 18:55
>If you need it to interoperate with the "C" sockets API, you need
>something along the lines of
>operator const sockaddr *() const;
>operator const protocol_address_representation *() const;
>size_t length() const;
I did not plan on being able to use it with the C api nand I can not ( at the
moment ) see any good reason to allow that. If I did provide that sort of
functionality it would definately *not* be via implict conversion operators.
>You *may* also want to provide mutator and accessor access to the
>address family member of the structure, although if I recall from
>your earlier posts, that would be a template parameter to the class
>in your design, right?
Right. address family is part of the type.
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