Re: CAsyncSocket Close()

mfc <>
Wed, 13 Oct 2010 13:37:25 -0700 (PDT)
On 13 Okt., 20:39, Joseph M. Newcomer <> wrote:

It has been such a long time since I wrote the code, I no longer recall, =

but killing the

thread is not going to close the socket unless the handler for UWM_TERM_T=


explicit code to close the socket. So see if it does. If it doesn't=

, you will have to

add it.

I`ve installed the handler for the UWM_TERM_THREAD message - and the
socket will be closed. But if I allocate some heap space in the socket
class, this space won`t be deleted if the UWM_TERM_THREAD message

I`m not sure if I really need to install CSingleLock.... Maybe it`s
quite simple to check the return value of the PostThreadMessage to
this socket class, and if the socket is no longer available the return
value is not zero -> so I can delete the heap space...

typedef std::auto_ptr< std::map<CString, CString> > PData;
 PData pdata(new (std::map<CString, CString>));

------ socket thread will be deleted -----

After that:

void Mainthread::Send()
   if(PostThreadMessage(threadid, UWM_SEND_TO_SOC, data, 0))
       delete data;

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