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Re: serf 0.4.0 released

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 13:51:44 -0700

On 05/14/2010 05:32 AM, Lieven Govaerts wrote:
> On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 11:03 PM, Blair Zajac<blair_at_orcaware.com> wrote:
>> On 05/13/2010 11:55 AM, Greg Stein wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> I'm pleased to announce the serf 0.4.0 release!
>>>
>>> Quick summary of changes in this release:
>>>
>>> Provide authn framework, supporting Basic, Digest, Kerberos (SSPI, GSS),
>>> along with proxy authn using Basic or Digest
>>> Added experimental listener framework, along with test_server.c
>>> Improvements and fixes to SSL support, including connection setup
>>> changes
>>> Experimental support for unrequested, arriving ("async") responses
>>> Experimental BWTP support using the async arrival feature
>>> Headers are combined on read (not write), to ease certian classes of
>>> parsing
>>> Experimental feature on aggregate buckets for a callback-on-empty
>>> Fix the bucket allocator for when APR is using its pool debugging
>>> features
>>> Proxy support in the serf_get testing utility
>>> Fix to include the port number in the Host header
>>> serf_get propagates errors from the response, instead of aborting (Issue
>>> 52)
>>> Added serf_lib_version() for runtime version tests
>>
>> I just updated the serf package in MacPorts.
>>
>> But I'm getting these failures in the test suite:
>>
>> There were 5 failures:
>> 1) test_serf_closed_connection: test/test_context.c:444: expected<0> but
>> was<20014>
>> 2) test_serf_setup_proxy: test/test_context.c:512: expected<0> but was<48>
>> 3) test_keepalive_limit_one_by_one: test/test_context.c:700: expected<0>
>> but was<48>
>> 4) test_keepalive_limit_one_by_one_and_burst: test/test_context.c:860:
>> expected<0> but was<48>
>> 5) test_serf_progress_callback: test/test_context.c:980: expected<0> but
>> was<48>
>>
>
> This looks like issues 51 and 54 [1]. Can you test the patch attached
> to issue 51 to see if that solves your problem? It didn't solve it for
> me, atleast, not consistently. Make sure you run the testsuite a few
> times, as the results may differ.
>
> I believe this to be an issue in the test suite, not in serf itself.

Lieven,

I ran the test suite 6 times on 10.6 and it passed successfully all times.

Thanks,
Blair
Received on 2010-05-14 22:52:28 CEST

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