compiler warning on freebsd
alexey.melnikov at isode.com
Fri Sep 2 07:01:42 EDT 2011
Julien ÉLIE wrote:
> Hi Alexey,
>>> No problem if I do not use the "strict-prototypes" warning with GCC.
>>> Line 353 is:
>>> int (*proc)();
>>> in sasl_callback_t definition.
>> I might have fixes for these in my private fork. I will try to apply
>> them to the HEAD.
> Oh, that's great! Many thanks.
> We're using Cyrus SASL for the AUTHINFO SASL extension of the news
> server INN.
This is on the trunk now.
>>> By the way, is an official 2.1.24 release planned?
>> Yes. I think I've just missed the internal deadline (it was September
> No problem. I hope 2.1.24 will be released this year.
I surely hope so too :-).
> It contains useful improvements compared with 2.1.23, and also a
> better support for 64bit platforms.
Also some code cleanup, fixes to some crashes in libsasl and a couple of
new SASL mechanisms (SCRAM & GS2).
> I do not see documentation for sasl_server_done() in 2.1.24rc1. I
> still see sasl_done() everywhere. Shouldn't it be changed?
I will have a look. sasl_done() can still be used, but
sasl_server_done/sasl_client_done should be used instead whenever possible.
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