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@Ericson2314
Last active Dec 20, 2015
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Using this dummy ENet client basically ripped from the tutorial to try to connect to pysnip
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>
#include <enet/enet.h>
ENetAddress address;
ENetEvent event;
ENetPeer* peer;
int main (int argc, char* argv[])
{
ENetHost* client = enet_host_create
(
NULL, // create a client host
1, // only allow 1 outgoing connection
2, // allow up 2 channels to be used, 0 and 1
0, // MOAR BANDSWITH DOWN
0 // MOAR BANDSWITH UP
);
if (client == NULL)
{
fprintf
(
stderr,
"An error occurred while trying to create an ENet client host.\n"
);
exit (EXIT_FAILURE);
}
// use range coder for client
enet_host_compress_with_range_coder(client);
// create address to server
enet_address_set_host (& address, "localhost");
address.port = 32887;
// Initiate the connection
peer = enet_host_connect
(
client, // source host
& address, // dest adddr
1, // num Channels
3 // magic datum
);
if (peer == NULL)
{
fprintf
(
stderr,
"No available peers for initiating an ENet connection.\n"
);
exit (EXIT_FAILURE);
}
// Wait up to 5 seconds for the connection attempt to succeed.
while (true) {
int temp = enet_host_service
(
client, // what host to service
& event, // where to put event
5000 // wait 3/4 second
);
if (temp < 0) puts("error");
else if (temp == 0) puts("no packet");
else if (temp > 0)
{
switch (event.type)
{
case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_CONNECT:
puts ("got connect");
break;
case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_RECEIVE:
puts ("got receive");
break;
case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_NONE:
puts ("got none");
break;
case ENET_EVENT_TYPE_DISCONNECT:
puts ("got disconnect");
return 0;
}
}
}
}
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