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From: Olivier Andrieu <oandrieu@n...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ipv6, any news?
 Gregoire HENRY [Monday 20 October 2003] :
 > Hello,
 > I've make some works this summer, trying to respect basic sockets RFC.
 > It's based on Unix module from ocaml-3.06.
 > it's early works, but feedbacks would be nice.

I did some of this too : .

I noticed you used a inet6_addr type for addresses. It's possible to
reuse the inet_addr type and have the C code discriminate between the
two by the string length. That way the sockaddr type wouldn't need to
be extended. But then you can't specify the flowinfo field (and I
don't know how to support it in this case).


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