Jean Sylwanowicz (email@example.com)
20 Jun 88 18:09:20 GMT
James Van Bokkelen writes:
In fact, most commercial TCP/IP packages for DOS can be purchased with an
Applications Programming Interface of some sort. Our PC/TCP, Sun's PC/NFS,
Excelan's EXOS 8051, and NRC's all have libraries that emulate Berkeley
sockets, for Microsoft C. I don't know details of Bridge's offering. I
think each product supports all memory models, but I don't think anyone is
shipping code for 5.0 or 5.1 yet.
Network Research (NRC) is providing support for Microsoft 5.0 with its
Program Development System (PDS) libraries as an option to FUSION version
3.2 - it is to be released by the end of June.
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