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[C++] Socket Server issue (Solved)

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I have started my study in sockets and decided to implement a server using select(), and it started to give me some problems: 1) When a client enters the server and don't send any message the server is blocked until it send's one; 2) When a client disconnects my server hangs and has to be restarted (nice server uh? hehe). Ah, by the way the object clients is a vector<> and the class Iterator is a typedef vector<>::iterator.
select(maximumSocket + 1, &readDescriptor, NULL, NULL, NULL);

if (FD_ISSET(sock->sock, &readDescriptor))
{
	SOCKET s_client = accept(sock->sock, NULL, 0);
	Socket* socket  = new Socket(s_client);


	clients.push_back(socket);
	FD_SET(s_client, &readDescriptor);
			
	if (s_client > maximumSocket)
	{
		maximumSocket = s_client;
	}

}

Iterator end = clients.end();
Iterator i   = clients.begin();
for (;i != end;i++)
{
	if (FD_ISSET((*i)->sock, &readDescriptor))
	{
		string message;

		int connected = (*i)->getMessage(message);

		if (!connected)
		{
			FD_CLR((*i)->sock, &readDescriptor);
			clients.erase(i);
			cout << "disconnected\n";
		}
		else
		{
			cout << "onmessage\n";
			listener->onMessage(message, (*i));
		}
	}
}
[Edited by - SCarvenger on September 30, 2007 7:12:17 PM]

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Ok, i have discovered that select changes the fd_set structure provided, then i created a master file descriptor and "saves" the connections structure. =)

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