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Chrome uses a version of the WebSockets protocol that is different than provided by some of the libraries i tested. The protocol is RFC 6455 and the standard is (draft-ietf-hybi-thewebsocketprotocol-10 as of August 2011. I am not sure which version they use in the new Chrome browser, but either way, the libraries do not work with it.

The reference to Chrome comes me wanting WebSockets and not Sockets. I want WebSockets to use with HTML5. Hence the reference to Chrome with does in fact support HTML5. I do not want to make a websockets server as a javascript/php/python script that will serve the HTML5 WebSocket application I am making. I need it done in C++.

Once again, I do not need BSD style sockets! I need a websockets library for the WebSockets protocol that correctly performs the Handshake used by Chrome and possibly other HTML5 supporting browsers.
Nothing is impossible, It's merely a matter of finding an answer to the question of HOW? ... And answering that question is usually the most difficult part of the job!!!

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