Network on Win98: failed - socket - no error ??
Mon, 3 Mar 2003 06:14:08 -0800
Did you remember to use 'withSocketsDo'? If you
did, it would help to see the code that's failing
for you (trivial or not.)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Claus Reinke" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 04:14
Subject: Network on Win98: failed - socket - no error ??
> I'm playing with the Network library (the recommended portable way?) and
> have a surprising problem with a simple client/server example. As the same
> program works fine on Solaris and Win2k, I suspect its a standard
> and someone here with more network programming experience might be
> able to enlighten me?
> - Server: listenOn port, then accept handle and enter loop, echoing from
> handle to stdout
> - Client: connectTo "localhost" port, then enter loop echoing from
> stdin to handle
> Both programs work on Solaris and Win2k, but fail on Win98, with:
> Fail: failed
> Action: socket
> Reason: No error
> which would be merely amusing, I guess, if I knew what it meant, and
> what to do about it?
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