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Re: [building a proxy server with libwww]

From: Mikhail Grouchinski <mgrouch@usa.net>
Date: 4 Apr 00 15:59:28 EDT
Message-ID: <20000404195928.27083.qmail@nw174.netaddress.usa.net>
To: or <or@gammasite.com>, "www-lib@w3.org" <www-lib@w3.org>
or <or@gammasite.com> wrote:
But, what if the requests arrive not from a socket, let's say they arrive
from some priority queue, or one of the 
constraints of the application is that the socket where the requests come
from is managed by a another thread 
and not by the tread who "executes" libwww. Is there any way around.

The standard way around this is to create a parent process which will
read message queue, and will communicate with the child via socket
pair. The child process will use liwww select() loop.

Mikhail Grouchinski

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