[issue6560] socket sendmsg(), recvmsg() methods

Gergely Kálmán report at bugs.python.org
Mon May 23 11:04:11 CEST 2011


Gergely Kálmán <kalman.gergely at duodecad.hu> added the comment:

On 05/22/11 03:14, Brian May wrote:
> Brian May<brian at microcomaustralia.com.au>  added the comment:
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> What needs to happen to get recvmsg() supported in Python?
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> recvmsg() is required to get get transparent UDP proxies working under Linux using tproxy, the code needs to run recvmsg() to be able to find out what the original destination address was for the the packet.
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> Thanks
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> Brian May
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Hello Brian!

It's been a while I had a look at that code. As far as I remember though 
the code is fairly decent not
taking the missing unit tests into account. There are a few todos, and 
also a pretty bad bug that I've fixed
but not committed. The TODOs include better parsing of auxiliary data, 
support for scatter-gather, addressed
messages. If you wish I can send you the latest patch that has the bug 
fixed and applies to 3.2. Do you want
this to be pushed to 3.3?

Gergely Kalman

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