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ENet: Is there a way to see when a packet is ACKED?

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Hi guys,

I'm evaluating ENet since it's free, and I come from OpenTNL previously. In OpenTNL you could get a callback when a gauranteed event was received on the other side. There doesn't seem to exist such a thing available to the user in ENet..

or did I miss it? I've been looking trough the manual and the source.

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I'm not an Enet specialist, but you can easily re-implement this functionality by sending an acknowledge from the other end.

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I'm not an Enet specialist, but you can easily re-implement this functionality by sending an acknowledge from the other end.


Obviously, but since ENet already sends one of its own for gauranteed packets, I would like to use that. Guess it shouldn't be too hard to patch into ENet's source though..

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