On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 06:37:25PM -0700, Chris Vandomelen wrote : 
> > At 20:15 24.07.2001 +0200, Markus Fischer wrote:
> > >I've come up with a patch based on the ideas and suggestion that
> > >came up in this thread:
> > >
> > >- Let the fd_set resource keep track of the highest socket; nuked
> > >   _select() first parameter and determine it ourself
> > >- Swapped _set(), _clear() and _isset() parameters and
> > >   recognize plain sockets as well as array of sockets
> > >
> > >The patch is against current CVS and only compiled unter linux
> > >(debian unstable) so far.
> > >
> > >Please everyone interested test and verify it and let me know
> > >what you think. Due my lack of karma I can't commit it anyway,
> > >feel free to do so if you find it appropriate.
> >
> > please let me know wether the attached patch fixes your concerns.
> 
> Looks good. But it doesn't matter if someone passes no sets into select():
> if there are no sets, it essentially becomes a usleep().

Yes I know, I had another patch which took care of this. But
Daniels latest commit took care of everything, looks very good
now :)

- Markus

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