I've stumbled upon c-ares (http://daniel.haxx.se/projects/c-ares/) as a
possible replacement for ADNS, which we currently have as async DNS resolver
Pro's: Still being developed, IPv6 support, multi-platform, MIT license.
Con's: May suffer from same memory allocation issues on Win32 as does ADNS.
Does anyone have further insights into the use of this library?
It looks interesting. The fact that it's documented and actively developed is
It also has some Freexxx() functions that seem to handle freeing
allocations that the lib makes.