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- Subject: copas, luasocket and xyssl
- From: gary ng <garyng2000@...>
- Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 21:01:47 -0700 (PDT)
I am trying to write a binding of xyssl(much lighter
than openssl, I can get a 170K so which depends only
on libc so) for lua.
I use the socket:getfd() call to pass the fd to xyssl
which works in normal case.
However, I have problem putting COPAS to work in this
COPAS use luasocket's select() call to wait for
events. And subsequently use luasocket's send/receive
In this case, the select() works but the send/receive
should be my own(xyssl in this case). Though if I pass
the xyssl object to COPAS, select() doesn't work as
luasocket check for object type of its own.
Would it be better to have COPAS use my choosen
send/receive function ?
Or alternatively, the select() could be a seperate
function which don't check for the object(luasocket in
this case) but just use getfd() of the object to get
the fd instead ?
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