25 Jan 2003 thiagom   » (Journeyer)

I think this weekend I'll have some more coding time.

I'm still stuck with a question: some resolutions might require another resolution to be done. So, that is, a thread will have to notify the manager that it's done and another resolution must be fired. When that one is complete, another post-processing must be performed. And it must not block a thread.

How do I do that?

I can think of two possible cases for that: one is a simple class that instead calls upon the gethostbyname2_r() resolvers to lookup IPv4 and 6. Another is a SRV-based lookup, that might require several lookups afterwards.

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