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#ActualWooh

Posted 24 May 2013 - 09:14 AM

If you know how TCP and UDP works you can probably read most things from the SDL_net documentation (warning: the description for SDLNet_TCP_Recv is wrong/misleading).

As for your problem it's hard to know what's going on. You mentioned package so I assume you are using UDP. How do you notice that it doesn't work. Do you get an error or is it just that the other side never receives what you sent? You know that UDP packages are not guaranteed to arrive?

#2Wooh

Posted 24 May 2013 - 09:13 AM

If you know how TCP and UDP works you can probably read most things from the SDL_net documentation (warning: that the description for SDLNet_TCP_Recv is wrong/misleading).

As for your problem it's hard to know what's going on. You mentioned package so I assume you are using UDP. How do you notice that it doesn't work. Do you get an error or is it just that the other side never receives what you sent? You know that UDP packages are not guaranteed to arrive?

#1Wooh

Posted 24 May 2013 - 09:12 AM

If you know how TCP and UDP works you can probably read most things from the SDL_net documentation (warning: that the description for SDLNet_TCP_Recv is wrong/misleading).

As for your problem it's hard to know what's going on. You mentioned package so I assume you are using UDP. How do you notice that it doesn't work. Is you get an error or is it just that the other side never receives what you sent? You know that UDP packages are not guaranteed to arrive?

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