damjan.jov at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 00:01:37 CDT 2008
On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 5:03 AM, Chris Ahrendt <celticht32 at aol.com> wrote:
> I started narrowing down some information in debugging a winemm issue
> and noticed the following in my logs...
> trace:winsock:WSARecvFrom socket 00e8, wsabuf 0x33f638, nbufs 1, flags
> 0, from 0x33f67c, fromlen 16, ovl (nil), func (nil)
> trace:winsock:WSARecvFrom fd=51, options=0
> warn:winsock:WSARecvFrom -> ERROR 10035
> The 10035 is a buffer overflow error (I think)
No, 10035 is WSAEWOULDBLOCK, which is normal for WSARecvFrom() on
non-blocking sockets that currently have no data in the receive
> and I don't know much if at all how this set of code is supposed to
> work... anyone else getting this with the latest git tree?
> and any help on figuring out why the buffer is getting this error...
I'd be more worried if it wasn't :-).
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