[Newbies] Network Game - Server Client Approach
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Sat Jun 6 19:38:00 UTC 2009
is this an exercise to learn Smalltalk or do you just want the 4-way
Martin Bleichner wrote:
> Hello again,
> I am making some slow progress. Well, I managed to run an example :)
> I run on one image the OldSocket example remoteTestServerUDP and on a second
> the remoteTestClientUDP. I hope that is the right direction so far.
> my transcript tells me that server and client endpoints are created, and
> some packets are sent.
> I get the following message:
> 4000 bytes/packet, 117packets/sec, 2370 packets dropped.
> he shouldn't drop packages, shouldn't he?
> Further, the image running the server is not responsive any more (does not
> react to anything). Is that how it is supposed to work?
> Thanks for your help.
> 2009/6/6 Markus Gaelli <gaelli at emergent.de>
>> Am 05.06.2009 um 21:26 schrieb Martin Bleichner:
>>> Hi Markus,
>>> when I try out the example i get.
>>> MessageNotUnderstood: MIMEDocument >>upToEnd
>>> the example should run through, shouldn't it?
>> right, also examples should be tested first... ;-)
>> Ok, with the following (replace upToEnd with contents and omit the closing
>> of the (non)stream:
>> | args result resultStream |
>> args := Dictionary new.
>> args at: 'arg1' put: #('val1' );
>> at: 'arg2' put: #('val2' );
>> resultStream := HTTPClient httpPostDocument: '
>> http://www.squeaklet.com/cgi-bin/thrd.pl' args: args.
>> result := resultStream contents.
>> Transcript show: result;
>> it kind of works. Modulo that squeaklet.com is not there anymore so you
>> don't get any specific answers.
>> If I were you I'd probably go for the udp solution mentioned by others.
>> It would be great though to have some kind of Etoyish solution for your
>> problem (think lightweight open croquet for etoys) with udp or osc or
>> anything under the hood) so this is a very interesting question!
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