FW: [ircd-ratbox] IRC packet parsing.
Paul-Andrew Joseph Miseiko
esoteric at teardrop.ca
Sun Feb 8 18:51:55 EST 2004
Since we are on the subject of clients that can not follow the RFC, has
anybody ever seen an IRC client send a zero length packet? i.e. no content
just a \n or \r\n.
From: Aaron Sethman [mailto:androsyn at ratbox.org]
Sent: February 8, 2004 1:25 PM
To: Paul-Andrew Joseph Miseiko
Cc: ircd-ratbox at lists.ratbox.org
Subject: Re: FW: [ircd-ratbox] IRC packet parsing.
On Sun, 8 Feb 2004, Paul-Andrew Joseph Miseiko wrote:
> Actually would seem that odd packet lengths do not work in this case.
> Should have assumed as much; I personally blame the overdose on caffeine
> sugar. Though I must admit I like the idea of starting 1-into the buffer
> rather then 0-into the buffer. :-)
The other problem is, you got to deal with getting only a \n from a
client, which isn't standard, but plenty do it.
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