Erlang, C, IC and asyncronous servers/clients

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Erlang, C, IC and asyncronous servers/clients

Jouni Rynö-2
>
> Hello!
>
> Can't you define the function to be oneway and add a new function which
> send the N packets back to the Erlang side?

The problem is, that I would anyway have to initiate the transfer from
the data-sending-side. That's why I'm searching for asynchronous
c-server.

> If not, you must search for
> all complete packets and return them in a sequence.
Hmm, yes, in effect putting packets inside packet. It just don't look
correct :-)

>The last option is to
> use the C-interface directly, i.e., not via IC.
>
Ugly :-)

But anyway, I just have to make it work this week, so I might even try
to make it work with old IG. If I remember correctly, someone was still
keeping it alive ...

But thanks anyway.




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Erlang, C, IC and asyncronous servers/clients

tobbe

> But anyway, I just have to make it work this week, so I might even try
> to make it work with old IG. If I remember correctly, someone was still
> keeping it alive ...

Yes, you'll find it here:

 http://www.bluetail.com/~tobbe/ig/doc.new/

Cheers /Tobbe