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TCP, X in Self
Glad to see contrib's.
I tried out your X stuff. After uncompressing and untaring the files,
I browsed some of the code. I used Michael Richardson's loadscript
utility to load the whole thing without putting it all the the SELFDIR
directory. I included the code in your README-sunshine file. I also
changed the 'sc.self' file to avoid conflicts with my own shortcuts.
When I loaded it and tried the demo (by entering 'demo' at the
prompt), I got the following error:
EINTR in '_TCPConnectToHost:Port:'
I noticed the reference to 'tcp host willis' in the stack dump, so I
used grep to find the implementor. 'x-misc.self' has a whole list of
tcp hosts so I added our local hosts to the list and then I changed
the reference to 'tcp host willis' in 'sc.self' to one of our local
hosts. Then I tried the demo again:
X Error: Connection request refused: Server's excuse: Client is
not authorized to connect to server.
After doing an 'xhost +' (incantation courtesy of Eric), I finally
managed to get the demo to work. It put up three X windows. The
windows were mostly overlapping and moving the windows didn't refresh
them. Is this the correct way to demo your X stuff? Am I missing
- Danny Epstein