[GE dev] IPv6 commlib

rayson rayrayson at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 15:49:28 BST 2009


On 3/22/09, igardais <ionel.gardais at tech-advantage.com> wrote:
> As Christian says, adding #ifdef statements is not an option.
> But IPv6 needs special/additionnal/new calls (dedicated to IPv6 or not). Which way should we considere in adding IPv6 support to commlib ?
> Create an IPv6 only commlib beside the original commlib ?
> Modify structures to handle IPv4 and IPv6 datas ?
> Duplicate structures and add logic to current methods ?

Can you provide a real example??

We should be able to typedef & #define function names to make the code
as #ifdef as possible.

Rayson



> My main interrogation is that the IPv6 calls and structures might not intergrate well with the current structure handling (using addrinfo to manage peers information).
>
> BTW, should we let the user select if he wants IPv4 and/or IPv6 during startup or should we consider that we bind all available ressources ?
>
>
> Ionel
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