Date: 2002-02-28 08:32:27
As I posted previously, This is more the job of a resolver class and could
also be layered on top of this address class as a resolvable_address.
There as sufficent occasions when you know that a DNS lookup is not
required to warrant supporting efficient construction of an address.
I like using DNS names in applications that I write and so a good resolver
class will also be needed.
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Subject: Re: [boost] sockets Interface for address class
Author: boost (boost_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 27/02/02 20:40
On Wed, 2002-02-27 at 18:47, Iain.Hanson_at_[hidden] wrote:
> The following is the interface for a unicast address in psudo code.
> I'm not that enamoured by the names of the mutator and accessor
> methods so if anyone has better suggestions they would be welcome. I'd
> appreciate comments, is this interface complete ? is it too fat? etc.
I think a general purpose address class should store the arguments
required to look up an address using "getaddrinfo". This means
1) It sould store a service name instead of the port.
2) It should also contain an addrinfo containing the hints.
The getaddrinfo could then be wrapped in two classes address_info_list
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