Christophe Minguet (freesurf)
c.minguet at freesurf.fr
Sat Nov 30 12:52:35 CET 2002
Hum ... I think his problem is :
He is disconnected,
He is waiting (cause he has no message to send) , he believes he is
still online, but he is not .
His only way to know he is disconnected seems to be to write on the
I don't remember in C ... But in java you can't know a socket is closed
on the other side when u try to read it, only way is to write in it.
De : icq-devel-admin at blipp.com [mailto:icq-devel-admin at blipp.com] De la
part de Remy Lebeau
Envoyé : samedi 30 novembre 2002 12:06
À : icq-devel at blipp.com
Objet : Re: [icq-devel] Newcomer
The connections to the servers and other clients are
all TCP-based. There is no specific disconnect
message when you lose a connection, however there is
no need for one, either. Your code should be able to automatically
detect that immediately anytime you try to access an invalided socket.
--- Starman <fm.grattepain at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> But I get in troubles chile trying to detect
> server disconnections or network interruptions.
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