At 21:23 16.05.2001 +0100, Wez Furlong wrote:
>I'm not sure that the sockets extension would benefit from php_streams as
>much as php_streams would benefit from the sockets extension, if you see
>what I mean.
>I would like to see it using php_streams, as that would result in PHP being
>much more flexible for the person coding in PHP; they needn't worry about
>the type of the file handle they pass to any function.
>To integrate php_streams properly, ext/sockets should converge with fsock.c
>and use the same underlying sockets implemented as php_streams (it's not
>too much work).
>I think it's a good idea to get it done.

i had a quick look at it, but i think it can't be done, due to the simple 
fact that under windows socket descriptors are not file descriptors like 
under unix.
it could work under NT (file I/O is similiar to unix), but not under the 
9.x family.
(but maybe i'm missing somehing)


daniel beulshausen - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
using php on windows?

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