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[Lynx-dev] [Patch] Windows and IPv6

From: Gisle Vanem
Subject: [Lynx-dev] [Patch] Windows and IPv6
Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 22:32:50 +0200

Some patches to enable IPv6 on Windows (tested with MingW
and MSVC6). Some minor cleanups also:

* LYutils.c; fixed extraction of module/system error strings.
* Xsystem.c; use <io.h> for mktemp() prototype.
* HTTCP.c; don't use global host[], fixed call-convention of thread-
  function (must be __stdcall). Sets pending WSAHOST_NOT_FOUND
  error status.
* HTTP.c; _thread_func() wasn't __stdcall.
* LYexit.c; avoid redeclaring error of exit() in <process.h>.
  IMHO it's very bad to shadow ANSI functions like this.
  Should call LYexit() explicitly.
* www_tcp.h; cleanup for MSVC and IPv6 headers and macros.
  Increase MAXHOSTNAMELEN to 128. Hopefully the indenting 
  makes it more readable.

Now for the weird problem; I cannot make S-Lang 1.4.9 work with
MSVC. It works fine with MingW. Anybody been able to use that
combo (MSVC6+S-Lang)?


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