Commit 7e5583ef authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist

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This package implements a library of functions that is intendend
to help creating client-server packages using TCP/IP or other
file descriptor based links.
This package implements a library of functions that was intendend to
help creating client-server packages using TCP/IP or other file
descriptor based links. Use of this package for development of new
software is not recommended.
Have a look at EXAMPLE.c for a example of how it can be used.
/Peter Eriksson (pen@lysator.liu.se)
Much of the documentation is probably outdated. Be sure to read the
file NEWS, and trust it more than the man pages. Trust doc/MANUAL.sv
even less than the man pages.
This code is distributed under the GNU General Public License, except
for src/printf.c. See that file for all the details. src/printf.c is
not used unless the deprecated --enable-isc-printf switch is used.
This is an interim release, that will be used as a baseline for tests
with incorporating this library in other code such as the LysKOM
server. You should expect isc-1.0 to be released within a few
man-days. (What that translates to in calendar days is totally
unknown.)
/Peter Eriksson <pen@lysator.liu.se> and
Per Cederqvist <ceder@lysator.liu.se>
* Use an autoconf check for the buggy inet_ntoa (search for __GNU__ in
src/isc_socket.c to see what I'm talking about).
* Get rid of isc/printf.c. Who uses it anyway? Ah, the lyskomd
server... What a pity.
* Anvnd ett IscMessage som sendbuffert
* Kolla upp s att inte tecken i sendbuf[] snds frn isc_flush() verkligen
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