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</i>>><i> 1)Is there a way to asynchronously send the data to the client? That is,
</i>>><i> without being in a callback, server spontaneously initiating data
</i>>><i> transfer to the client..!!
>Libwebsockets is basically single-threaded. But, with care from another
>server thread, you can call either
>but you need to manage your own list of live wsi / connections with the
>first option (by tracking their creating and destruction in the
>ESTABLISHED and CLOSED callbacks).
>You will get a LWS_CALLBACK_SERVER_WRITABLE as soon as it's possible to
>write on that connection then, and you should figure out what to write
>and write it from there.
I am doing exactly this, but it doesn't work.<br>
I have a thread that calls libwebsocket_service with a huge
timeout. Writes, etc, are only ever done from within the
callback. When I need to write something from another thread, I
queue up the message that needs to be written and then immediately
call libwebsocket_callback_on_writeable_all_protocol on the proto
I'm writing for.<br>
Unfortunately, I never get LWS_CALLBACK_SERVER_WRITEABLE until the
libwebsocket_service times out and gets called again. This is
totally broken. I saw a trac issue (#56) about using ppoll.
Unfortunately, the version of the library we're using doesn't seem
to have that code in it. Any ideas?<br>