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- Jul 18 2014, 8:51 PM (292 w, 3 d)
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Ugh.. I think this was discussed when __unreachable() was introduced (D2536 perhaps), and back then it was not considered a good idea.
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IANA has indeed removed some services: I think people can de-register services they don't use/develop anymore. We should remove at least Kerberos IV and netatalk, both are not in the IANA. Also IANA lists first tcp, udp and lastly sctp so perhaps its better to jeep things consistent.
Thu, Feb 13
Sync with latest updates.
It is important to consider the differences between System Ports and User
ports. This changes keeps the system ports closely in sync with IANA.
Tue, Feb 11
Mon, Feb 10
Good, indeed r252956, which was the predecesor of this, was built on an UFS patch.
Well done, thanks!
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Jan 19 2020
Small fix .. and still very far from over.
I started modifying htree and lookup as well, but it's coming quickly
Argh .. a look into the NetBSD code indicades the directory entries (atr least e2d_reclen and e2d_namlen) need special treatment as well. Not sure yet about names wichh are character strings.
Yes, everything is in LE. The question is where does the transfer happen? The eraliest we do that, the better. Otherwise we should probably move the group descriptors to the dinode header, to have everything that must be translated in the same place.
Jan 16 2020
Jan 13 2020
LGTM. I forwarded the revision link to Tomohiro Kusumi from DragonFly as well.
Jan 11 2020
Jan 4 2020
Overcome by D22943 and SVN r356356.
FWIW, it may make sense to MFC this code: it is under strong copyleft and getting linked with everything.
Dec 30 2019
I am abandoning this line of changes: it doesnt bring any advantage.
Abandon: it was not exactly right.
Dec 29 2019
Let me add Oliver as he was my student for GSoC 2015.
I am fine with this approach: while we do have an implementation of these functions (GSoC 2015), I don't think FORTIFY_SOURCE solves anything that we don't already do with the strong stack protector. Stubbing the functions out is a quick and practical solution.
We should still consider removing the stubs in a near future: I haven't looked at how linux does it but I think this stuff is not carried by glibc but in GCC libs instead.
Dec 28 2019
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Dec 26 2019
Add some developers that are more likely to know the code better.
Add developers that are more likely to know better the code than me.
Dec 25 2019
Drop revision: none of this is security critical and replacing good old random for the sake of removing it is not an objective.
Drop stuff that was moved to other differentials.
When arc4random was introduced in OpenBSD the idea was to have one unique random algorithm to replace them all. This patch is old and reflects that idea. I am now thinking , that that is not the real objective for us.
Drop one more case where the return type matters.
Drop some replacements wehre the different retrn value type is important.
Update: some code has already been replaced.
Dec 24 2019
rebase the patches to match modern FreeBSD.
Dec 23 2019
cem@ has been adding some interesting support to fstyp so perhaps he may want to review or even take over.
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Dec 11 2019
LGTM, I like sensible extensions.
Dec 10 2019
Dec 9 2019
It looks like we should update
contrib/libc++/include/__config around line 348.