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NAME

       YEventHost - Y host event structures

STRUCTURES

       typedef struct {

               int op;         /* 0 for remove, 1 for add. */
               YIPUnion ip;

       } YEventHost;

       When  you receive this event it means that a host address has been added or removed to the
       Y server's list of permitted hosts which may connect to it.

       If op member is set to 0 then it means that the ip member is the IP address  if  the  host
       which has been removed from the list.

       If  op  member  is set to 1 then it means that the ip member is the IP address if the host
       which has been added to the list.

SEE ALSO

       YEvent(3)       YEventAudioChange(3)       YEventServerStats(3)       YEventCycleChange(3)
       YEventDisconnect(3)       YEventSoundKill(3)       YEventMixer(3)       YEventSoundPlay(3)
       YEventSoundObjectAttributes(3)   YEventShutdown(3)    YEventSync(3)    YEventAudioStats(3)
       YEventYSHMSound(3) YEventAudioCDStats(3) YGetNextEvent(3) YPutBackEvent(3)