Paul Millar paul at astro.gla.ac.uk
Tue Apr 25 05:49:23 CDT 2006

Hi Tom,

Yes, this looks to be amenable to a clean-room implementation.

This could involve two students: one activity would be to write a document 
describing the API and write a suite of functional tests that "define" 
correct behaviour of the API; the other activity would be to use the document 
and functional test-suite to implement a version of the asio dll for wine.

Would this be an appropriate SoC project?  I speak as someone who's got a mate 
who (independently) came up with much the same idea and this might allow both 
to contribute.



On Tuesday 18 Apr 2006 17:27, Tom Spear (Dustin Booker, Dustin Navea) wrote:
> Our best bet is to figure out some way to do what ASIO does without actually
> looking at the SDK or sources.... 
> Anyone else have an opinion?

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