[Mono-devel-list] [PATCH] finishing up the async socket patch
Gonzalo Paniagua Javier
gonzalo at ximian.com
Fri Jan 9 19:19:29 EST 2004
El sáb, 10-01-2004 a las 00:49, Brad Fitzpatrick escribió:
> Here's another patch which finishes the async socket fixes Gonzalo
> committed for me on Dec. 31st.
> Applies against current CVS:
> Also attached to this email.
> This ensures that Mono's socket class now never throws exception in its
> worker threads. Only in End* Methods, which is the .NET way.
> With the fix, my reverse HTTP proxy behaves identically as on Mono as on
> Windows when faced with failing connections. (I'm writing it with only
> async calls, just to learn & have fun with .NET's async design
> I didn't test the changes I did to the non-blocking paths, but it now
> seems to implement what the MSDN docs say, and it makes no sense to throw
> errors in a worker thread where they're uncatchable.
> I resisted the urge to clean up all the ^M chars mixed into that file, and
> make the whitespace/coding style consistent. If desired, I can do that in
> a separate patch.
Heh. I'm tempted to do that with many files... Keeping CVS history is
usually more important.
> It look okay?
Yes. It's in CVS now. It would be nice if we get tests for these too.
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