Fwd: custom DatagramSocket and DatagramPacket
cormac.mullally at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 05:37:00 PST 2007
I just submitted a mail there about RFC 3542 and RFC 2292 Advanced Sockets
Application Program Interface (API) for IPv6. Do you implement anything to
do with routing headers?
I am working in academia as well and would be very insterested in talking
about your solution. Are you visible in the subscribers list, maybe I could
contact you by email?
Roger Abelenda wrote:
> I'm in an academic project implementing an ipv6 stack entirely with
> java in the jvm, and make the jvm by default call my ipv6 stack.
> Thanks for advice, i'll try.
> 2007/10/30, Alan Bateman <Alan.Bateman at sun.com>:
>> Roger Abelenda wrote:
>> > Hi I'm implementing an DatagramSocket and a
>> > datagramPacket and I want to subsitute the ones of the jvm with this
>> > ones. If you know: where may I put my code and what shall I do to make
>> > it compile when I compile the jvm?, and , what changes Ii need to do to
>> > plug it into the original code to make the jvm call my classes when
>> > somebody calls the original ones?. I thought to change the
>> > classloader.c and the resolve.c. Any other options? thanks.
>> As DatagramSocket and DatagramPacket are created by public constructors
>> then you'll need to replace the existing classes. As a first step, for
>> testing purposes, it might be easier to prepend your classes to the boot
>> class path rather than replacing the classes in the build. Another
>> approach is to create a DatagramSocketImpl and use the
>> setDatagramSocketImplFactory method to set a factory that instantiates
>> your impl rather than the default. Can you provide a few more details on
>> what you are trying to do? If you are trying to fix a bug or add a
>> feature then maybe it would be easier to contribute changes to the
>> existing code rather than replacing them.
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