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Using client parameter in function CtConnect #256

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@cm0x4D cm0x4D commented Oct 3, 2016

Using the global client variable might lead to strange behavoir if multiple clients are allocated and to crashes in the case the client was not initialized with CtStartClient()

Using the global client variable might lead to strange behavoir if multiple clients are allocated and to crashes in the case the client was not initialized with CtStartClient()
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@cm0x4D cm0x4D commented Oct 3, 2016

Contribution option (1): Allowing us to apply the same patch into PacketiX VPN.

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@dnobori dnobori merged commit b618825 into SoftEtherVPN:master Oct 18, 2017
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@dnobori dnobori commented Oct 18, 2017

Thank you so much for your contribution to enrich the SoftEther VPN source code.

Your patch has been merged on the main source-tree of SoftEther VPN.

As a token of our gratitude, your GitHub username will be added on the AUTHORS.TXT file and on the header of the related source file.
(It will be done within a few days.)
https://github.com/SoftEtherVPN/SoftEtherVPN/blob/master/AUTHORS.TXT

Thanks again for your contribution.

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