Linus Torvalds <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> bind_event(sock, POLLIN, NULL, accept_fn);
> (In fact, you might as well move the event array completely inside
> "get_event()", because nobody would be supposed to look at the raw array
> any more. So the "get_event()" interface would be even simpler: just a
> timeout, nothing more. Talk about simple programming.
It might be good to have bind_event return any previous accept_fn
that's there, in case a library or something wants to chain a handler
rather than clobbering what's there. Or maybe have a way to query,
although this seems fraught with danger if another thread binds
between a query and a bind.
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