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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] async_send handler problem
From: Alexander Carôt (Alexander_Carot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-12-16 14:24:44

>>>void sender::sendIt(char *charBuffer){
>>> sj->dFC->;
>>You should not call io_service::run() inside this function. The normal
>>pattern is to set up your network code, e.g. from main(), and then call
>>run() after setup. This call will block (and all Asio callbacks will be
>>executed from this thread.) If you do not want your main thread to
>>handle the network code, then you can launch in a separate thread (as
>>previously suggested.)

Yes, I truly understand this but for some weired reason this doesn't work
at all. In my case I launch the run function in the constructor of the
main class right after the sender class had been instantiated:


  dFC->mySender = new sender(this);

  boost::thread t =

  // OR dFC->;

In there anything wrong with this ?



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