[Spread-users] Trouble compiling spread version 3.17.1 in VS.NET 2003

RYAN CAUDY caudy at jhu.edu
Wed Nov 19 09:42:58 EST 2003

To ammend my earlier reply, if you use SP_multigroup_multicast() you should be able to use private group names in the way I described without multiple send calls, multiple message transmissions on the network, or any additional subgroup organization.  Hope this helps more.  ;-)


----- Original Message -----
From: Dave Lifson <dml48 at cornell.edu>
Date: Tuesday, November 18, 2003 10:38 pm
Subject: [Spread-users] Trouble compiling spread version 3.17.1 in VS.NET 2003

> Hello,
> I am a Cornell student looking to use Spread for group membership 
> in 
> Java. I would like be able to get the IP addresses of the group 
> members 
> for the purpose of sending a message to a randomly selected subset 
> of 
> the group. Is this possible?
> I had thought to have the group members join using their IP 
> address as 
> their name and parsing out the name that way, however 
> is too small. Changing the MAX_PRIVATE_NAME value required 
> recompiling 
> the code. I have had no luck trying to compile the C code using 
> the 
> included .dsw file found in the win32 directory. When opening the 
> .dsw 
> file in VS.NET 2003, I am prompted to convert the .dsw to a .sln 
> file 
> (which is done automatically). Recompiling the .sln file creates 
> linking 
> errors with sock_strerror. After looking in the archives, my 
> project 
> partner and I found a suggestion to add 'extern char * 
> sock_strerror(int 
> errno)' to arch.h but this did not have any effect.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> David Lifson
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