|Subject:||Re: [lwip-users] socket functionality - nonblocking?|
|Date:||Tue, 25 Nov 2008 14:43:45 +0100|
On Tue, November 25, 2008 11:23, Piero 74 wrote:> yes... it's possible... i use it in my code... my task loop using a ..
> 2008/11/25 Kieran Mansley <address@hidden>
>> I'm not sure if you can put a listening socket in the
>> readable set and get notified when a new connection arrives either -
> It works very well.
I understand that there are reasons for not supporting non-blocked io, but
are there any plans or work in progress regarding this? Or doesn't the
current infrastructure lend it self to this easily?
I guess it must have been discussed before. I saw some old posts about a
I am now at the cross section with the sign saying Left "lwip" Right
"commercial IP stack". :)
If I choose lwip, I guess I will have to either do some implementation
outside the socket layer, or try to help the development of lwip in the
I like the socket api, because of its portability, and almost all my
designs are a bunch of nodes that has open connections to many other,
non-blocking is crucial for me. In this design, I would use lwip with
freertos.org on an NXP arm7tdmi.
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