Mail Archives: cygwin-developers/2002/07/05/09:52:30
On Fri, Jul 05, 2002 at 03:20:19PM +0200, Thomas Pfaff wrote:
> I guess the easiest way is to add a flag in fhandler_socket that is set
> when a connect is in progress. If it is set then add the sock handle to
> exceptfds as well. After select returns check the exceptfds, if the socket
> is signaled set it in writefds too. In UNIX you have to check the SO_ERROR
> sockopt to know if the connect has succeded or failed, but winsock sets is as
> well. Now clear the in_progress flag.
> For listening sockets i see no difference.
Huh? The problem is the same as long as neither connect() nor listen()
have been called, nor a non-blocking connect() has succeeded. In either
case, the WinSock select() blocks if the SOCKET is given in write_fd,
while the Linux select() returns with the fd set in write_fd.
The difference is just the SO_ERROR value which is 0 as long as neither
connect() nor listen() have been called, resp EINPROGRESS in case of a
not finshed connect().
I'm not talking about a listening socket. I'm talking about a socket in
neither listening nor connected state.
> P.S.: Time for a break and to move to a "Biergarten".
Corinna Vinschen Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
Cygwin Developer mailto:cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
Red Hat, Inc.
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