Re: trouble with MAKE-CLIENT-SOCKET on Windows 98

From: Erick Gallesio <>
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 23:19:37 +0200 (CEST)

Arthur A. Gleckler writes:
> I've been experimenting with STk's networking capabilities, and have found
> what appears to be a bug: Although MAKE-CLIENT-SOCKET works fine on Linux
> and Windows NT, it always fails on my Windows 98 machine. When I evaluate
> this expression:
> (make-client-socket "" 80)
> a dialog box with this message pops up:
> *** Error:
> make-client-socket: cannot open osfhandle
> Have you heard of this bug before? Is there a known fix?
I don't remember of this problem. But there was a version which was
given some time ago on this list. I can try to find it, if you want.

To the mailing list
   BTW, I had a several propositions for socket windows but I'm not able
   to test them and I'm lost with them. Is there some specialist
   here to test socket code. .

> By the way, thank you, Erick, for writing STk and making it available. It
> looks great for constructing nice-looking, portable user interfaces. I
> want to build a GUI for a program I'm working on, and STk looks like just
> the right Scheme for that. Thanks.

Thanks a lot.

                -- Erick
Received on Sun Apr 16 2000 - 23:19:37 CEST

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