Re: [gnet-dev] GNet 2 for Windows?


Parts of GNet 2.0 for Win32 is still under development however that does not mean you can not upgrade to 2.0 if necessary. If you do not need any of the new functionality you can use the code from CVS though you will have to make some simple changes to the makefiles. I am not aware of any regressions but have not done any testing besides running some (but not all) of the examples and test code. If you run into any issues I will fix any regressions before getting the new APIs working. 
I am in the process of making major changes to the Glib for Win32 specific iochannel code to support the new GNet’s new “Conn” API. The code has been written and I am trying to track down an access violation when you have multiple clients connecting to a “party line” server then have one disconnect.

On second thought, since thing are taking longer than expected, would it be helpful to you and others if I did switched gears and did a some testing of the current 2.0 code and then created a snapshot? The snapshot would not have IPv6 or “Conn” API support but may allow you to upgrade to 2.0.


In a message dated 5/28/2003 10:55:22 AM Eastern Standard Time, charles rebelbase com writes:

> Hi,
> Is there any news on when a release, even a beta, of GNet 2 will be
> available for Windows?  I would like to upgrade my app to use GNet 2,
> but since I build it on both Unix and Windows, I've been 
> holding back
> for the Windows version of GNet.
> -- 
> cheers,
> Charles
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