[rc5] v2 clients

Colin L. Hildinger colin at ionet.net
Tue Jul 1 16:41:18 EDT 1997

On Tue, 01 Jul 97 00:05:29 -0500, Oscar Chang wrote:

>On Mon, 30 Jun 97 14:17:34 -0500, Colin L. Hildinger wrote:
>>Oscar, since you're checking to see if the net connection is up for the
>>DOD stuff, couldn't you automatically have it do a -flush and -fetch
>>when it finishes a block AND the net connection is up?  I know that
>>this would be a kludge w/ the current client, but at least it would
>>work.  It also wouldn't be a problem for DOD users.  Of course, I'm
>>looking forward to a multithreaded GUI version, too.  ;-) 
>  Well I could do that, but for those people using In-Joy DOD, they would
>have to dial in after every block. And it would have to be on or off,
>since there's no easy way to turn this feature on or off and still keep it

Huh?  Does netstat.exe make Injoy dial in when DOD is enabled? 
Assuming it doesn't, you could just run netstat after every block and
check to see if the connection was up.  -flush and -fetch if it was.

>  Btw, don't hold your breath on the GUI version. :)  

Well, there's a bit of a learning curve, especially if you're doing PM
program from scratch instead of using class libraries.

Colin L. Hildinger
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