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// CrossSockets
// Copyright Jeroen Saey
// Created 27-01-2013
// CrossSocketErrors.h
#pragma once
#include <string>
enum CrossSocketErrorsEnum
ok, // Operation successful
fatal, // Unspecified error
notReady, // The socket was not ready (blockMode)
portInUse, // The specified port is already in use
notConnected, // The socket is invalid or not connected
messageTooLong, // The messageSize is too big to be send
terminated, // Connection terminated (by client)
noResponse, // Cannot connect to client
timeout, // Read/Write operation timeout occurred (in blockingMode)
interrupted // Operation was blocked by signal
class BaseCrossSocket;
class CrossSocketErrors
CrossSocketErrors(CrossSocketErrorsEnum e);
virtual ~CrossSocketErrors(){;}
virtual std::string getError();
virtual BaseCrossSocket* getFailedClass(void);
virtual bool operator == (CrossSocketErrors e);
virtual bool operator != (CrossSocketErrors e);
virtual void setErrorString(std::string msg);
virtual void setFailedClass(BaseCrossSocket *pnt);
friend class BaseCrossSocket;
// The base error type
CrossSocketErrorsEnum be;
// Human readable error string
std::string _error;
// A pointer to the class causing the error
BaseCrossSocket *failed_class;