Stig Venaas wrote:

> On Thu, May 17, 2001 at 01:48:06AM -0400, Sterling Hughes wrote:
>>Well, it probably could be done anyway (abstract it another step). 
>>However, I don't see it really being that beneficial.  The socket 
>>functions provide *low level* access to the system socket features. 
>>There's no real point in abstracting that (I think it gets a bit to 
>>confusing if you do) any further.
> The only thing I would want, is that the type of the socket is stored
> in some internal datastructure. That is if the socket is PF_INET,
> PF_INET6 or PF_LOCAL. The old code and maybe yours, used getsockname()
> to check the type, but you can't really trust getsockname() to get the
> appropriate info unless the socket has been bound. I've checked this on
> a few systems some months ago.

that shouldn't be a problem.


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