[freetds] 0.64 status and coverage
Lowden, James K
LowdenJK at bernstein.com
Thu Jul 7 11:07:21 EDT 2005
> From: Kall, Bruce A.
> Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2005 10:22 AM
> Just wondering if the problem described in my previous email is
> fixed in 0.64?
Yes. I rewrote quite a bit of the buffering logic, and extended the
unit tests for it. I assert it works now.
I would be pleased if you would try out any recent nightly snapshot, in
anticipation of the release. If you discover any problems, I would like
to know about them.
> >From: Thompson, Bill D (London)
> >> Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 10:34 AM
> >> Bruce,
> >>> > Is this true?
> >> No. Not as far as I know.
> Au contraire, mon ami. I'm afraid it is.
> ISTR buffering has been broken for a while. I just updated
> src/dblib/unittests/t0002.c to demonstrate. If the test is broken,
> please say how.
> Right now, dbclrbuf() fails an assertion if there are no rows
> buffered. It shouldn't. But if you move dbclrbuf() after the
> dbnextrow() loop, you just get a different kind of error:
> Failed. Expected i to be 11, was 10
> Unfortunately, the buffering logic is a bear.
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