[ENet-discuss] New client connected notify
lsalzman at telerama.com
Sun Mar 28 15:22:58 PST 2004
My guess is: after you get a CONNECT event on the client side, you are
never servicing the host again until you send out a packet or disconnect.
To make the problem explicit, A connects to B by doing the following:
A sends CONNECT to B
B receives CONNECT ->
B sends ACK:CONNECT to A
B sends VERIFY_CONNECT to A
A receives VERIFY_CONNECT ->
A delivers CONNECT event
** <- you are here!
A sends ACK:VERIFY_CONNECT to B
B receives ACK:VERIFY_CONNECT ->
B delivers CONNECT event
So, to make sure the ACK:VERIFY_CONNECT is getting sent out, either call
enet_host_flush() or enet_host_service() after you get the connect
On Sun, Mar 28, 2004 at 11:54:44PM +0200, Marcin Zaj?czkowski wrote:
> I adopt ENet library to use in my project and recently I found something
> what suprised me. Namely, when some client is connecting to server, it
> gets acknowledgement (by ENET_EVENT_TYPE_CONNECT) and it's ok. But I
> notified that this event isn't generate on server side until client
> sends some packet or just calls disconnect. It's litle confusing,
> because I have to know how many clients is connected even I they don't
> send any packets.
> Is it normal? I use recent CVS version.
> Thanks for any reply
> Marcin "Szpak" Zaj?czkowski
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