int logon (void)
int logon (int flag)
When the driver created a new connection (either by accepting
it or by creating it with net_connect()) and bound it to an
object, it then calls logon() in that object.
The method should return 0 on failure, and everything else on
If the driver attempted to create a connection in the
background and failed, it will call logon(-1) in the intended
object to inform the mudlib about the failure.
If the master attempted a secure connection in connect(E) and
did not set an explicit TLS callback, the call to logon() won't
happen until the TLS handshake is complete. If the master set
a TLS callback, that will be executed in place of logon().
LDMud 3.2.10 added the extended meaning for net_connect().
LDMud 3.2.13/3.3.713 streamlined the handling of secure connections
connect(M), net_connect(E), exec(E), tls_init_connection(E)