flute_file_repair.c File Reference

Point-to-multipoint file repair. More...

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <assert.h>
#include <time.h>
#include <winsock2.h>
#include <ws2tcpip.h>
#include <windows.h>
#include <process.h>
#include "flute_file_repair.h"
#include "../alclib/alc_session.h"
#include "receiver.h"
#include "parse_args.h"
#include "fdt.h"

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Functions

int flute_file_repair (flute_receiver_t *receiver, arguments_t *a, char *sdp_buf)


Detailed Description

Point-to-multipoint file repair.

Author
peltotal
Date
2007/02/28 08:58:01
Revision
1.26

MAD-FLUTELIB: Implementation of FLUTE protocol. Copyright (c) 2003-2007 TUT - Tampere University of Technology main authors/contacts: jani.peltotalo@tut.fi and sami.peltotalo@tut.fi

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Definition in file flute_file_repair.c.


Function Documentation

int flute_file_repair ( flute_receiver_t receiver,
arguments_t a,
char *  sdp_buf 
)

This function handles PTMP file repair.

Parameters:
receiver pointer to structure containing receiver information
a arguments structure where command line arguments are parsed
sdp_buf buffer containing session description for the repair session
Returns:
0 when state is SClosed, -1 in error cases, -2 when state is SExiting, -3 when state is STxStopped, -4 when MD5 check error occurs, -5 when state is SExiting in start time waiting period

Definition at line 57 of file flute_file_repair.c.

References add_alc_channel(), alc_arguments::addr_type, arguments::alc_a, alc_arguments::cc_id, close_alc_session(), FALSE, alc_session::fdt_list, fdt_thread(), get_alc_session(), get_session_fdt_list(), get_session_obj_list(), get_session_state(), get_session_wanted_obj_list(), alc_arguments::intface, alc_arguments::intface_name, MAX_CHANNELS_IN_SESSION, MAX_PORT_LENGTH, alc_arguments::nb_channel, Null, alc_session::obj_list, open_alc_session(), parse_sdp_file(), receiver_in_fdt_based_mode(), RLC, flute_receiver::s_id, arguments::sdp, sdp_message_free(), set_session_state(), SExiting, sf_free(), arguments::src_filt, alc_arguments::start_time, alc_arguments::stop_time, TRUE, and alc_session::wanted_obj_list.

Referenced by flute_receiver_report().

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