[Jslib] Sockets example

Pete Collins pete at mozdevgroup.com
Fri Nov 9 12:59:08 PST 2007


The socket code is real old and I haven't tested it in a long while.

So essentially is is out of date and needs maintenance.

--pete

Nick P wrote:

>I just discovered JSLib and I am very happy to find it!  I am new to
>JavaScript, and the prospect of figuring out XPCOM has not been
>inviting.  I'm very surprised that I didn't find this sooner - nearly
>everywhere I looked for how to use sockets in JavaScript either said
>you could not do it, or you had to use XPCOM, or involved a sort of
>Flash bridge hack.
>
>I have a few questions.
>
>1)  I noticed that at
>http://jslib.mozdev.org/libraries/network/network.html the sockets.js
>file is not linked to documentation like the others.  Is it
>unsupported or out of date/
>
>2) When I run the example socket.xul given at
>http://www.mozdev.org/mailarchives/jslib/2005-January/000486.html, I
>am never able to receive any data.  If I for example, use
>www.google.com , port 80, and "GET / HTTP/1.1" (minus the quotes) as
>the parameters, I get...
>a status of "socket was opened...maybe" when I click open
>a status of "sent [GET / HTTP/1.1]" when I click send
>a status of "socket has 0 bytes waiting" when I test
>a status of "Received 0 bytes" when I receive
>
>I tried switching the 	SOCKET_XUL_ASYNC to  false and this did not work either.
>
>What might I be doing wrong here?
>
>
>3) Should I be able to set up TCP connections to a server written in
>VB.net, listening for connections?  It seems like I should be able to
>do this, but after all the searching i've been doing (and failed
>attempts) it would be nice to hear someone tell me I was on the right
>track.
>
>Thanks,
>Nick
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