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Re: Regression in svnserve: IPv6 causes IPv4 not to work [was: Branching for 1.3.]

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2005-09-24 03:03:54 CEST

On Sat, 2005-09-24 at 01:07 +0200, Sigfred Håversen wrote:
> Why can't you simply say that you won't fix this regression for
> OpenBSD instead of trying to side track this issue? A simple "No we
> won't fix this regression" works nicely.

You can calm down, stop trying to put words into my mouth and falsely
accuse me of sidetracking the issue, and address my arguments directly,
or you can remain antagonized and accomplish nothing. Your choice.

I would love to fix this regression, but I do not want to add an
extraneous user-facing feature to svnserve if there is another way to go
about it.

Michael Sweet wrote:
> Because on OS's that *do* allow both IPv4 and IPv6 connections on
> the same listening socket, you *can't* bind two separate sockets on
> the "any" address.

Even if we set IPV6_V6ONLY on the v6 socket? (If the OS does not define
IPV6_V6ONLY, then I think we can safely assume that it will allow v4 and
v6 connections on the same socket.)

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