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From: Jan Rose <janrose.1986@go...> - 2010-08-01 07:13:11
I'm currently writing a driver for player and ran into the following
The whole driver works fine until I'm trying to quit it. When I hit
STRG+C I get the output:
closing TCP connection to client 0 on port 6666
closing TCP connection to client 1 on port 6665
closing TCP connection to client 2 on port 6665
but the MainQuit-Function is not called and i have to hit STRG+C a
second time to stop the driver. This worked before and I can "enable"
and "disable" the MainQuit() Method by
uncommenting appearences of
in my Main()-loop.
The problem only exists with Messages of level 0 and 1 - even if I set
the -d parameter of player to a higher level.
Any idea what causes the problem? Is PLAYER_MSG not threadsafe and this
could cause the problems? Any documentation on the PLAYER_MSG I didn't see?
I'm using Player 3.0.1