Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:03 AM.


on startOne (daemonTableAdr) {
	<<Change Notes
		<<1/16/00; 11:58:55 AM by RAB
			<<In Frontier 6.2a4 the daemon table can contain an item called "ip" which tells Frontier which dotted IP address it should listen on.
		<<Mon, Apr 24, 2000 at 8:19:54 PM by AR
			<<The IP address to listen on can now also be specified in the PPC version of Frontier.
			<<Starting with 6.2b8, the additional listeners are no longer needed on PPC Macs.
	local (listenRef);
	user.inetd.shutdown = false;
	if inetd.isDaemonRunning (daemonTableAdr) { //a daemon is already running on the port
		return (false)};
	with daemonTableAdr^ {
		local (addr=0);
		if defined (ip) { //6.2a4
			addr = ip};
		listenRef = tcp.listenStream (port, count, @inetd.supervisor, port, addr);
		new (tableType, @user.inetd.listens.[port]);
		user.inetd.listens.[port].ref = listenRef;
		user.inetd.listens.[port].adrTable = daemonTableAdr;
		if system.environment.isMac { //04/24/00 AR
			if date.versionLessThan (Frontier.version (), "6.2b8") or (not Frontier.isPowerPC ()) {
				local (i);
				for i = 2 to count / 2 {
					listenRef = tcp.listenStream (port, 1, @inetd.supervisor, port, addr);
					user.inetd.listens.[port].["ref" + i] = listenRef}}};
		return (true)}};

startOne (@user.inetd.config.http)

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