Receiver.Receive() Method

Dec 22, 2010 at 3:45 PM

Early in the Receive method of the Receiver class, there is a check for a null or unconnected socket that looks like this:

        public void Receive(DataFrame frame = null)
        {

            if (frame == null)
                frame = new DataFrame();

            var buffer = new byte[BufferSize];

            if (Socket == null || !Socket.Connected)
                WebSocket.Disconnected();

I'm thinking the method should return immediately after calling the Disconnected method in this case, rather than proceeding to call the AsyncReceive method on the socket.  Am I wrong?