"David Enderson" <DEnderson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I also wanted to give a quick update on my status. I haven't done > any > coding yet, but my planning is basically done. I've read the RFC > until > I believe I have a good understanding of the basics. I wanted to > make > sure of that before I started coding. :-) If you calculate > percentage > of completion based on estimated time expendature, then you could > consider me 10% done. If you estimate completion based on lines of > code > written, then it is 0% for now. Great, at least if you keep willing to fulfil your assignment, that would be counted as 10% over here :) > I have a question. I've dug up a bunch of public domain code (no > GPL) > to show me how to do send and receive UDP packets. In the past when > I've done sockets programming I noticed that not all my networking > code > worked on Be the way it did on Linux. Is there anything special I > should know about sending and receiving UDP packets in Be? What > libraries do I have at my disposal? I'd say: just do it the way you've learned, and if that doesn't work, we'll fix the kit until it does? :) Bye, Axel.