Re: Macintosh client

TC Lai (
Thu, 24 Apr 1997 09:30:29 -0700


>Hi. I'm new to this list, so I apologize if I'm asking something
>that has been asked many times before, but will there be a macintosh
>client made available any time soon? If not, Are there any plans to
>do so?

There's currently a PowerMac client in the works, but we're in desperate
need of somebody who can code the network interface portion of the client.
MacTCP is a pain, and I don't have the time to learn it from the ground up.
If anybody knows of a functional library that will provide UDP connectivity,
and will compile under CodeWarrior 8, please e-mail me. If anybody wants to
volunteer to code that portion of the client, please e-mail me and I'll send
you the specifications.

The most desirable implementation would be for somebody to rework an
existing BSD-style socket library to compile under CW 8 (with robust UDP
support.) That way, the code could stay more or less consistent with the
other clients, and could be reused if needed.

I also wouldn't mind any PowerMac assembly gurus to hop on, so we can
optimize for various PPC processors.

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TC Lai Pre-Cognitive Science Undergraduate,
Graphic Designer, & Student Animator University of California, Los Angeles

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