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Sean Luke <[log in to unmask]>
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ECJ Evolutionary Computation Toolkit <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 14 Sep 2008 11:24:11 -0400
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I think SocketgetLocalAddress() would give you the wrong value (it gives 
YOUR value) -- the one for the server to use is Socket.getInetAddress().

One gotcha with either of these options: the address the island uses to
connect to the server may NOT be the same address with which it wishes
to connect to specific other islands; perhaps the island machines have
multiple network interfaces. But that'd require some hacking.

At any rate, I try to avoid bumping ECJ's minimum requirements when
possible, though moving to 1.4 is hardly unreasonable at this time.

Sean

Tomasz Nowak wrote:
> Dnia 2008-09-13, sob o godzinie 22:47 -0400, Sean Luke pisze:
>> I am doing a CVS update with appropriate changes but it would require
>> ECJ to bump to Java 1.4 minimum. I'd prefer to avoid that if
>> possible,
>> but ultimately it may be necessary.
>>
>> There is an alternative option. The only place where we use this
>> address is for the islands to tell the server what their address is.
>> But it be sufficient to simply use the remote address of their
>> incoming
>> socket connections to the server. I'd need some debugging for that
>> approach though.
>
> Wow, that's a great idea. I guess you'd like to use
> serverSocket.getLocalAddress(), implemented since 1.1?
> TN

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