[swift-users] Pointer conversions between different sockaddr types
bouke at haarsma.eu
Tue Mar 21 15:57:35 CDT 2017
Hi all (again),
It seems the fix is to (only) replace withUnsafePointer with
withUnsafeMutablePointer twice. No need to apply the @escaping fixit
On 2017-03-21 20:52:36 +0000, Bouke Haarsma via swift-users said:
> Hi Quinn, and others,
> I found that this code is still featured on swift.org
> (https://swift.org/migration-guide/se-0107-migrate.html), but it
> doesn't compile anymore. There's a fix-it for adding @escaping, but
> also compile errors due to invalid casts. Can someone have a look at
> fixing this code?
> On 2016-08-22 16:31:58 +0000, Quinn \"The Eskimo!\" via swift-users said:
>> On 18 Aug 2016, at 08:28, Quinn The Eskimo! via swift-users
>> <swift-users at swift.org> wrote:
>>> In my case I introduced an abstract `Address` type (basically a wrapper
>>> around `sockaddr_storage`) and then added a method to that object which
>>> calls a closure with the right parameters (actually, multiple such
>>> methods, depending on whether I’m calling something like `connect`
>>> which takes an address, or `getpeername`, which returns one). This
>>> approach concentrates all the ugly in one place, making the rest of my
>>> BSD Sockets code much cleaner.
>> I’ve been revisiting this issue recently and decided to tidy up my code
>> enough to share with others. It’s pasted in below. Bon apétit!
>> Share and Enjoy
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