On Friday, August 09, 2013 15:47:57 Curtis Olson wrote:
> For a work project I ended up modifying a qt program (C++) to talk to the
> FlightGear interface.  I pulled in the plib socket routines and used those,
> mostly because I was unaware of/unfamiliar with the qt socket routines.  My
> approach maybe wasn't quite as clean as doing everything in already
> available qt functions, but I haven't had any problems with the
> communication.
> Regards,
> Curt.

Hi Curtis,
I might consider that, but for the moment I'd like to keep my project clean of 
other dependencies besides Qt. If there's no other way, I'll consider using 
another socket library, of course. Thanks for the suggestion.

Btw, since we're on this subject, my patch for src/Network/props.cxx never got 
merged, so there's no useful way to execute a Nasal script stored in a 
property, with the command "nasal /sim/radio/waypoint/nasal" for example.
I found last year the command in the docs, but it was probably never used 
before? Let me know if you'd like to get the code for that, I'm using it in my 
projects and it's a one or two line change. Or you could run a diff between my 
clone on branch radio_next and your master tree.


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