It's against my "religion" to back off someone else commit. First I
try to understand why and how to fix it. After the IPv6 commit, it
took me 2 days to bring the trunk back to the stage where it was
before (i.e. restore the lost functionality).
I have to ask you to remove r14549 quickly as it bring back the trunk
to the stage it was before r14544 (only random support for multiple
BTL). It's not that I don't care about IPv6, it's just that I care
more about multi TCP BTL working in the way it is supposed to work.
Moreover, I'm sure it's not the real fix you're looking for.
PS: Please read the commit log for the r14544. It explain why I
changed from sockaddr_storage* to sockaddr*.
On Apr 29, 2007, at 10:00 AM, Adrian Knoth wrote:
> Hi, especially bosilca (George?)
> r14544 broke the IPv6 support (see Ticket #1008). I've committed a
> patch, but I guess we (George and me?) will have to look closer in
> to provide the desired functionality.
> There's another question concerning r14544: why did you change
> sockaddr_storage* to sockaddr* for some btl/tcp functions? Is there
> something special about sockaddr*? For me, sockaddr_storage is a
> complete replacement for sockaddr... we also have the necessary
> in ipv6compat.h, so we could always make use of ss_family.
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