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Wojtek Narczynski <[log in to unmask]>
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On 13/02, Wojtek Narczynski wrote:

| james hopper wrote:
| 
| >AdaSockets (http://www.rfc1149.net/devel/adasockets), and gnat has
| >gnat.sockets (g-socket.ad[sb]).  I have used both to communicate over
| >net between computers.  i found that the gnat version of sockets is
| >really slow compared to the adasockets stuff.
| 
| Maybe this is about buffering, mean gnat sockets are unbuffered and you
| need to do your own buffering if you read data in many pieces? Just a
| theroy...

Probably, AdaSockets comes with a selectable builtin buffer facility.

  Sam

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