Issue with _dbus_write_socket on windows
Ch.Ehrlicher at gmx.de
Fri Nov 17 09:10:10 PST 2006
Havoc Pennington schrieb:
> Christian Ehrlicher wrote:
>> Yesterday we found a problem with _dbus_write_socket() on windows. The
>> comment to this function is:
>> * Like _dbus_write(), but only supports sockets
>> * and is thus available on Windows.
>> But I found no function to write a fd. Only unix has a function
>> _dbus_write(), but it's not internal public (only declared in
>> -> We need to move _dbus_write() to dbus-sysdeps.h/.c (no need for
>> special win32 version afaics) and use this function in bus/bus.c:633
>> and other similar places to avoid crashes on windows.
>> Is my assumption correct or do I miss something here?
> The whole point is that on Windows, a socket and a file handle are
> different, so uses of _dbus_write that are not to a socket do not make
> The two places you changed in the later patch to use _dbus_write_stream
> are printing to a file descriptor passed in from a parent process after
> a fork(). It does not make any sense to do that on Windows AFAIK. So why
> are you trying to make that work on Windows?
Because we implemented the _dbus_get_autolaunch_address() like unix does
- calling dbus-daemon and get back ip:port by printing to stdout. What's
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