SOCKET message isn't tokenized properly when there isn't a processor function

Project:SOCKIT - a TCP/IP client for speaking and listening to network sockets using IGOR Pro
Category:bug report

When no processor function is registered on a socket not all the tokens from the received message are inserted into the bufferwave. THere is a code loop to insert all the tokens into the bufferwave, then subsequently call the processor function. At the end of the loop there is a test to see if the processor function exists and is compiled. If there is no processor function, there was a break statement, instead of a continue. This meant that the first token was dealt with, and not the rest. The bug has now been fixed


Status:fixed» closed

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