[zeromq-dev] exception thrown on socket recieve function call in c# interop bindings

Johnny Gozde johnny at jgoz.net
Fri Feb 10 23:39:36 CET 2012

> I'm using the latest version of libzmq.dll   2.1.11 .  Same with
> thebindings, the version that's currently up (0.8.34).

Do the Interop bindings use libzmq 2.1.11 as well?

> What is so evil about pinned GCHandle ? I dont really know anything about
> it,  just the first thing i found that could do the job.

I'll respond to this in a direct email as it is not relevant to ZeroMQ.

>  I thought I was using blocking sends.  the variable in the parameter for
> the Socket.Send() function calls is "non-blocking", meaning true for
> non-blocking, false if you want it to block.  I've tried both values
> without much diffferent.   But I realize they should be set to false.

Yes, the API is quite confusing there. The official bindings are much
clearer in my biased opinion :)

/shameless plug
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