Crossfire Server, Trunk
init.cpp File Reference
#include "global.h"
#include <assert.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <arpa/inet.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <netinet/in.h>
#include <netdb.h>
#include "image.h"
#include "newserver.h"
#include "sproto.h"
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void final_free_player (player *pl)
void free_all_newserver (void)
void free_newsocket (socket_struct *ns)
void init_connection (socket_struct *ns, const char *from_ip)
void init_listening_socket (socket_struct *ns)
void init_server (void)
static void set_output_sock_buf (socket_struct *ns, int bufsize)


Socket_Info socket_info

Detailed Description

Socket general functions


Mainly deals with initialization and higher level socket maintenance (checking for lost connections and if data has arrived.) The reading of data is handled in loop.c

Definition in file init.cpp.

Function Documentation

◆ final_free_player()

void final_free_player ( player pl)

Sends the 'goodbye' command to the player, and closes connection.

Definition at line 442 of file init.cpp.

References free_newsocket(), free_player(), altar_valkyrie::pl, Send_With_Handling(), SockList_AddString(), SockList_Init(), and SockList_Term().

Referenced by check_login(), do_server(), and save_and_kick_all_players().

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◆ free_all_newserver()

void free_all_newserver ( void  )

Free's all the memory that ericserver allocates.

Definition at line 390 of file init.cpp.

References Socket_Info::allocated_sockets, init_sockets, socket_struct::listen, llevDebug, LOG(), and socket_info.

Referenced by cleanup().

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◆ free_newsocket()

void free_newsocket ( socket_struct ns)

Frees a socket. Basically, all we need to do here is free all data structures that might be associated with the socket. It is up to the caller to update the list

Definition at line 407 of file init.cpp.

References account_char_free(), account_char_save(), socket_struct::account_chars, account_logout(), socket_struct::account_name, socket_struct::faces_sent, socket_struct::fd, FREE_AND_CLEAR, statsinfo::god, socket_struct::host, socket_struct::inbuf, llevDebug, LOG(), statsinfo::range, SockList_Term(), socket_struct::stats, and statsinfo::title.

Referenced by do_server(), and final_free_player().

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◆ init_connection()

void init_connection ( socket_struct ns,
const char *  from_ip 

Initializes a connection. Really, it just sets up the data structure, socket setup is handled elsewhere. We do send a version to the client.

Definition at line 85 of file init.cpp.

References account_char_free(), socket_struct::account_chars, socket_struct::account_name, Socket_Info::allocated_sockets, socket_struct::anims_sent, SockList::buf, socket_struct::container_position, cst_lst, cst_tot, socket_struct::darkness, DEFAULT_NUM_LOOK_OBJECTS, socket_struct::extended_stats, socket_struct::facecache, socket_struct::faces_sent, socket_struct::faces_sent_len, socket_struct::faceset, socket_struct::fd, FREE_AND_CLEAR, get_faces_count(), socket_struct::heartbeat, socket_struct::host, socket_struct::inbuf, socket_struct::is_bot, socket_struct::lastmap, llevError, LOG(), socket_struct::login_method, socket_struct::look_position, MAP_CLIENT_X_DEFAULT, MAP_CLIENT_Y_DEFAULT, socket_struct::map_scroll_x, socket_struct::map_scroll_y, socket_struct::mapx, socket_struct::mapy, CS_Stats::max_conn, socket_struct::monitor_spells, socket_struct::notifications, Ns_Add, NS_FACESENT_FACE, socket_struct::num_look_objects, socket_struct::password_fails, Send_With_Handling(), set_output_sock_buf(), socket_info, SOCKETBUFSIZE, SockList_AddPrintf(), SockList_Init(), SockList_ResetRead(), SockList_Term(), socket_struct::sound, socket_struct::sounds_this_tick, socket_struct::stats, socket_struct::status, strdup_local, guildbuy::temp, socket_struct::tick, socket_struct::update_inventory, socket_struct::update_look, VERSION_CS, VERSION_INFO, VERSION_SC, and socket_struct::want_pickup.

Referenced by new_connection().

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◆ init_listening_socket()

void init_listening_socket ( socket_struct ns)

This opens *ns for listening to connections. The structure must be allocated already and ns->listen must be initialized. No other variable is changed.

Definition at line 181 of file init.cpp.

References listen_info::addr, listen_info::addrlen, listen_info::family, fatal(), socket_struct::fd, log_login::ip, socket_struct::listen, llevError, LOG(), MAX_BUF, Ns_Add, Ns_Dead, listen_info::protocol, SEE_LAST_ERROR, listen_info::socktype, socket_struct::status, and Ice::tmp.

Referenced by do_server(), and init_server().

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◆ init_server()

void init_server ( void  )

◆ set_output_sock_buf()

static void set_output_sock_buf ( socket_struct ns,
int  bufsize 

Definition at line 60 of file init.cpp.

References socket_struct::fd, llevDebug, llevError, LOG(), and socklen_t.

Referenced by init_connection().

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Variable Documentation

◆ init_sockets

socket_struct* init_sockets

Established connections for clients not yet playing. See the page on the login process for a description of its use. Socket at index 0 is the socket listening for connections, and must not be freed. If this socket becomes invalid, then the server will try to reopen it.

Definition at line 58 of file init.cpp.

Referenced by check_all_fds(), do_server(), free_all_newserver(), init_server(), and new_connection().

◆ socket_info

Socket_Info socket_info

Socket information.

Definition at line 49 of file init.cpp.

Referenced by check_all_fds(), command_recollect(), do_server(), free_all_newserver(), init_connection(), init_server(), and new_connection().