[1/4] from: warp::reboot::ch at: 5-Mar-2004 5:19
>> do http://www.rebol.it/giesse/async-protocol.r
connecting to: www.rebol.it Script: "async:// protocol (Asynchronous TCP)" (14-Feb-2004) async protocol loaded
>> ? system/ports/wait-list
SYSTEM/PORTS/WAIT-LIST is a block of value: 
>> open async://apple.com:80 >> ? system/ports/wait-list
SYSTEM/PORTS/WAIT-LIST is a block of value: Segmentation fault [zion:/] root# Hi, I'm not sure this should not be done or it is a bug. REBOL/Core 22.214.171.124.4 OSX 10.3.2 Will;)
[2/4] from: maarten:vrijheid at: 5-Mar-2004 11:51
Will Arp wrote:
> >> do http://www.rebol.it/giesse/async-protocol.r >connecting to: www.rebol.it
<<quoted lines omitted: 11>>>OSX 10.3.2 >Will;)
Probing the wait-list when doing async gives seg faults to me as well on Windows (and has done that for a long time). Remember that async is officially not supported, so these side-effects may occur. Solution: don't touch the wait-list ;-) --Maarten
[3/4] from: bry:itnisk at: 5-Mar-2004 12:16
> Remember that async is >officially not supported, so these side- >effects may occur.
whoa, I hope you mean not officially supported as opposed to officially not supported! ;) sorry, just struck me as funny wording, like the absolute last thing one wanted to here about a product or feature.
[4/4] from: rotenca:telvia:it at: 5-Mar-2004 12:27
Hi, Will The crash with waitlist probe should be a mold problem: it does not handle recursive pointer inside ports. --- Ciao Romano
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