|[Date Prev] [Date Next]||[Thread Prev] [Thread Next]||[Date Index] [Thread Index]|
I've got autoconf working more or less with nocol, but it's lead me into reworking a lot of the x-platform portability stuff so that it's test-driven rather than being driven by checking the OS. Anyway, some of the worst tangle of conditional checking involves ping and multiping. Rather than figuring out how to write a configure time test to see what arguments ping takes, I'm thinking about just always using multiping. Is there a good reason not to do this? Also, I'm not up to this myself, but it seems that it might not be a terrible idea to steal code from multiping and put it directly in ippingmon to save spawning a separate process. Chris -- Chris Garrigues virCIO +1 512 432 4046 4314 Avenue C O- http://www.DeepEddy.Com/~cwg/ Austin, TX 78751-3709 +1 512 374 0500 My email address is an experiment in SPAM elimination. For an explanation of what we're doing, see http://www.DeepEddy.Com/tms.html Nobody ever got fired for buying Microsoft, but they could get fired for relying on Microsoft.