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  1. #1
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    non-blocking sockets !! Help !!

    Hi, i want implement non blocking sockets in python s60...

    it's possible ?

    please help me !!!

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    Re: non-blocking sockets !! Help !!

    Hi,

    I think you can do it by calling the setblocking method of the socket object with 0 as the argument. PyS60 1.9.0 and later supports this, the setblocking method doesn't seem to be implemented in versions upto 1.4.5.

    http://docs.python.org/library/socke...et.setblocking

    You can search with Google to see if there are other tricks for this.

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    Re: non-blocking sockets !! Help !!

    Hi bogdan/rmesino

    Just an aside: in 1.9.3 recv() obeyed setblocking() but accept() did not - see this thread. I did not tested again with 1.9.4, but you can do it. Some code here.

    Bye

    Marcelo Barros

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