[PATCH][SAMBA4] rework sockets layer to use a socket_address
Stefan (metze) Metzmacher
metze at samba.org
Mon Jan 9 08:15:23 GMT 2006
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Andrew Bartlett schrieb:
> This patch reworks the Samba4 sockets layer to use a socket_address
> structure that is more generic than just 'IP/port'.
> It now passes make test, after I spent a day hitting my head against
> some static data... (I had stupidly removed a talloc_strdup() on results
> from iface_*() class. Tridge has now fixed those calls).
> This passes 'make test' as well as kerberos use (not currently in the
> The original purpose of this patch was to have Samba able to pass a
> socket address stucture from the BSD layer into the kerberos routines
> and back again. It also removes nbt_peer_addr, which was being used
> for a similar purpose.
> It is a large change, and is attached as a gzip'ed patch.
thanks! I'll review this later today, please wait with the commit till I said:'commit it':-)
Stefan Metzmacher <metze at samba.org> www.samba.org
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