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Re: Using TCP in Lisp
- To: email@example.com (Karsten Poeck), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: Using TCP in Lisp
- From: email@example.com (Doug Currie, Flavors Technology, Inc.)
- Date: Thu, 2 Jun 1994 10:20:49 -0500
>Given the mac-tcp File in the libray we managed by explorative programming
>to get a connection between two macs by using %tcp-passive-open one one mac
>and using %tcp-active-open on the other and communicate data by
>telnet-write-line an telnet-write-line.
I've stumbled down the same path.
>Unfortunately we only have a very basic understanding of using TCP and got
>this by a long period of trial and error. Does anybody have pointers to a
>documentation and/or example code using tcp on the macintosh or even in
There are a few MCL examples on the MCL 2.0 CD-ROM.
ccl:examples;Webster.Lisp also uses MacTCP.
The C sources for Eudora 1.3.1 (a SMTP/POP mail client) are available, try
anonymous FTP to ftp.qualcomm.com.
TCP/IP will be included in Apple's System 7.5, and so will probably become
more widely used on the Mac. The System 7.5 beta, delivered to developers
on the WWDC 1994 CD-ROM last month, has a few C based examples, and on-line
(Apple DocViewer) MacTCP documentation. This is also available from APDA in