Re: MemPool.c's

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2002 21:25:14 +0200

You might want to look at the native NT port. It already has the separation
of socket and file handles.

And why C++? Squid is written in C for C compilers, and you are quite likely
to run into quite many problems if compiling it as C++ due to differences in
type casting, promoting etc. The variable names and types colliding with C++
reserved keywords are only a minor problem and can easily be solved with a


Evgeny Kotsuba wrote:
> Hi,
> >Noting harmful, the one in src is not being used, now deleted. Why
> >all these power symbols?
> I am not using unix-style project, as well as not use unix-like env
> Moreover, I port squid to C++ and OS/2 environment. The main difference
> is that the file handle and socket handles are different entities.
> The next thing is all squid's variables as "new", "class" etc.
> SY,
> EK
Received on Tue Apr 16 2002 - 13:25:24 MDT

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