ZIGLIO, Frediano, VF-IT
Frediano.Ziglio at vodafone.com
Fri Jan 11 02:37:11 EST 2008
> _tds_socket_init and _tds_socket_done are defined in
> tds/net.c and used
Are used in a macro in include/tds_sysdep_private.h which is used in
tsql.c for instance.
> According to Microsoft's Win32 documentation, they should be called,
> because "WSAStartup ... *must* be the first Windows Sockets function
> called...." and WSACleanup must be the last one called.
> To support Win32 correctly, these functions should be added
> to some kind
> of tds_init() function that would be called by dbinit() and
> friends. It
> can't be called at connect time (unless we keep track with a
> global static
> or something), because a process may create more than one
> Another option is to do the same work in the .dll when it
> That's actually much more desirable, ISTM, unless we support
> static Win32
Yes, see win32/initnet.c which contains the "main" for DLLs.
> If we're not going to bother using these functions, we should probably
> delete them.
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