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Re: [Patch] nsock/tests/tests_main.c
From: Gisle Vanem <gvanem () broadpark no>
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2013 11:59:57 +0200
"Henri Doreau" <henri.doreau () gmail com> wrote:
Why do they both initialize winsock with different version numbers?
Probably not important. But if one needs IPv6 functions from Winsock,
I imagined one must use MAKEWORD(2,2). Since addrset.c tests IPv6 (if
available), it seems to need 2.2. I cannot see that nsock/tests need IPv6.
Besides, I cannot confirm 2.2 with IPv6 since I run Win-XP without IPv6
Does the simple patch attached sound good to you? I've stripped down
the ANSI colors part. On trunk I simply print results without anything
fancy when running on windows. They're not important and I'd like to
keep it very simple. I'd actually rather use no colors at all than
have complex platform-specific initialization code just for that.
Okay with me.
I get double declaration errors which I need to investigate, it's
probably nothing big. I find it ugly as hell but had no time to clean
it since I noticed.
Many headers in Nmap are ugly; some are not atomic and step
on each other toes. Like you probably have seen.
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Re: [Patch] nsock/tests/tests_main.c Gisle Vanem (Aug 07)