[Bug 3547] New: socket() is created in nonblocking mode by
wine-bugs at winehq.org
Tue Oct 11 09:48:00 CDT 2005
Summary: socket() is created in nonblocking mode by default...
AssignedTo: wine-bugs at winehq.org
ReportedBy: m.goemmel at compulab.de
I'm a bit surprised, but it looks for me like the socket() function is created
in nonblocking mode by default. I'd looked into the server and dll socket
sources and the servers create_socket() function opens in the socket explicit
in nonblocking mode. I've an application here where four accept() calls will
be done onto the same socket, and I've got a 10035 return for most of them. Am
I wrong that sockets should be opened in blocking mode by default?
Thanks for any help
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