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Fred Ackers19-Feb-12 7:57
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enhzflep wrote:
I'd also be keen to consider modifying a non-working library such that the handshake operation mirrored that exhibited by the C# code you already have (but prefer not to use)



Thank you for the idea about modifying the existing library based on code from another language that works. I was able to get the libwebsockets working in C++ now so I no longer need to use managed C++ or C# for the project. I found that there were a few problems, one being that the SHA1 and Base64 encoding schemes were not functioning correctly for some reason. Once I fixed those, and re-ordered the way the packets is sent, the library works wonderfully. So, thanks for the idea. The links really helped to understand how I needed to modify the existing code to get it working.
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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