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[lwip-users] Is netconn/socket fullduplex still "really alpha"?

From: Grant Edwards
Subject: [lwip-users] Is netconn/socket fullduplex still "really alpha"?
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2021 17:47:02 -0000 (UTC)
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I've been reading up on netconn/sockets and thread-safety. At
it says this about the "fullduplex" option:

        "ATTENTION: This is currently really alpha!"

Is that accurate?

That presumably applies to the socket api also?

One of the main industrial protocol stacks we want to run requires
thread-safe socket operations (read from one thread, write from
another), so lwIP stable may not be usable for that product. [I don't
know if "close from a third" is required or not.]


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