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Re: Compile problems with --disable-server-flow-control


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Compile problems with --disable-server-flow-control
Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2004 18:00:21 -0500
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Brad L. Chisholm wrote:

>When building CVS from the sources at HEAD, if you have proxy support
>enabled (the default), and disable server-flow-control, compiling will
>fail at the link step due to "buf_count_mem" being unresolved.  This
>is because that function is defined within an #ifdef SERVER_FLOWCONTROL
>block, but is referenced in log-buffer.c within an #ifdef PROXY_SUPPORT
>block.  Is server-flow-control a requirement of proxy support?


No, it isn't.  I've checked in a fix:

2004-12-09 Derek Price <address@hidden>
                                                                            
 

        * log-buffer.c (buf_count_mem): Compile this for PROXY_SUPPORT.
        (Report from Brad L. Chisholm <address@hidden>.)

Thanks for the report!

Cheers,

Derek

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