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RE: Windows CVS Latest + Patch - "version" Command Hangs

From: Conrad T. Pino
Subject: RE: Windows CVS Latest + Patch - "version" Command Hangs
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2005 19:56:29 -0700

> From: Derek Price [mailto:derek@ximbiot.com]
> That's exactly what the NO_SOCKET_TO_FD #definition is for and that's
> why the socket-client.c file is necessary in the first place.  Probably
> someone (likely me) added a call that assumes a socket descriptor may be
> treated like a file descriptor and neglected to use the #ifdef
> NO_SOCKET_TO_FD switch to select socket_buffer_initialize instead of
> fd_buffer_initialize.  Can you figure out where the buffer came from?

Probably with some help.  Until you see evidence to the contrary always
assume I know "windows-NT/*" code reasonably well but the "src/*" code
not at all.

Questions I have are:

What does "buffer" mean in this context?

Where do "buffers" come from?

Can you translate your question into some specific directions?

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