On 14.04.2018 18:35, g4-l...@tonarchiv.ch wrote:
>
> On 14.04.2018 17:58, Andreas Schneider wrote:
>> On Saturday, 14 April 2018 15:55:20 CEST g4-l...@tonarchiv.ch wrote:
>>> On 11.04.2018 18:09, g4-l...@tonarchiv.ch wrote:
>>>> On 11.04.2018 17:31, Andreas Schneider wrote:
>>>>> ould appreciate a lot if someone could show me some sample code.
>>>>> I think that ssh_event_dopoll() will handle it and call the appropriate
>>>>> callback. Don't use ssh_select()
>>>>>
>>>>> In master we have the new connector API which is easier to use, see
>>>>> https://git.libssh.org/projects/libssh.git/tree/examples/ssh_client.c
>>>> Thanks, I think that's the issue: The main event polling is not called
>>>> why my code waits for a connection. But how do I get the event to which
>>>> are attached the default handlers of libssh?
>>>>
>>>> I also looked at the sample code which uses the event API for polling on
>>>> the channel. But this would not solve my issue with global keep-alive
>>>> requests. They are sent while no channel exists. IMHO it's an issue with
>>>> handling messages in the main loop while no channels are open.
>>> Well, maybe I should ask it this way:
>>>
>>> How can I keep the internal main loop running, i.e. the default
>>> callbacks being triggered, when nothing else is going on?
>> You need to call of of the ssh poll functions, e.g. ssh_channel_poll() or 
>> ssh_event_dopoll() this will also trigger the standard callbacks if 
>> something 
>> is in the queue.
> This is what I tested before (ssh_event_dopoll)... But maybe it did not
> work because I had a "blank" event without anything attached to it. I'll
> try it again.
> Thanks.
Solved! Adding the session's poll handle to the event did do the trick:
    rc = ssh_event_add_session(event, session);

Thank you for the support.
Till

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