Finding a free port?
Randal L. Schwartz
merlyn at stonehenge.com
Wed May 12 22:08:55 UTC 1999
>>>>> "Dino" == Dino <gte949e at prism.gatech.edu> writes:
Dino> How can I quickly find a free port in Squeak?
Most operating systems permit a bind to port 0, which finds a nice
free port. You should be able to get your info to find out what port
it was. If squeak can't access that, it should. (I know, FileIn's
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