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RE: [PATCH] svn protocol over windows named pipe

From: Kouji Matsui <k_at_kekyo.net>
Date: 2007-10-09 03:34:43 CEST


I am still continuing, I want you to teach because
it might not understand.

"svn_ra_svn_conn_t*" is handed over after thread is
generated with svnserve and it communicates.
However, when thread ends, no one seems to close
the socket descriptor included in it.

1:When I implemented named pipe, the function named
  "svn_stream_set_close()" was found.
  However, it was not able to be found by implementing
  socket and file descriptor.
  The "close_fn" member becomes NULL if this function is
  not called, and nothing is done.

2:There is no close function corresponding to
  "svn_ra_svn_create_conn()" and "svn_ra_svn__stream_create()".
  Because it cannot access "stream*" member of the structure
  from the outside, it is not possible to close by calling
  Only, it closes for oneself at "run_mode_listen_once".
  (apr_socket_close(usock); )

Is this a bug that has not been found yet,
or is descriptor closed in another somewhere?


Kouji Matsui
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