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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: Clean break for DYLD now?
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2007 00:54:47 GMT
William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
>>
>> And, APR trunk seems to work fine on 10.5 AFAICT - matching what Aaron
>> reported.  So, I'm at a loss to even comment on the sendfile issue you
>> obliquely referred to.  -- justin
> 
> Did you try 1.2.x?  Nope.  It's fine because I added an implementation of
> sendfile, do this on 1.2.x and it breaks (sendfile() resolved, no impl.)
> 
> We don't test sendfile by default.  Within APR (trunk), simply...
> 
> $ cd test
> $ make
> $ ./sendfile server &
> $ ./sendfile client blocking
> 
> and you'll see how either the kernel library or the implementation (or 
> maybe even the test) is broken.

Or (and I should have seen the possibility earlier) an interop flaw based
on CPU or filesystem.  So for the record, the failure I quoted before about
119880 bytes into the stream was on a journaled, hfs filesystem running on
the G4, retail not server.

Bill

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