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[REBOL] Socket flush or forcing a tcp port update

From: koopmans::itr::ing::nl at: 7-Aug-2001 16:59

I have a small but annoying problem with tcp and Rebol: Say I have two consoles, 1>> and 2>> The server: 1>> a: open tcp://:8001 1>> b: first a 2>> c: open tcp://localhost:8001 1>> l: copy {lalalala} 1>> write-io b l 4 2>> copy c Gives a network time-out in c. Normally you'd open a port in direct mode, but I cannot do that for b. Setting no-wait doesn't help either, as well as no-delay to true. The only thing that works is inserting a lot of data in b 1>> loop 1000 [ write-io b l 6] Rugby has the same problem on some platforms: inserting a small message (all at once) and closing the port results (sometimes) in nothing being written over the port. So my question: is there an equivalent of a socket flush for tcp ports? --Maarten