[freetds] Connection timeout problem on HP-UX
ZIGLIO, Frediano, VF-IT
Frediano.Ziglio at vodafone.com
Thu Apr 12 11:24:09 EDT 2007
> ZIGLIO, Frediano, VF-IT wrote:
> > So:
> > - if linux or hpux (freebsd?? solaris?? tru64?? sgi??) use int
> > - if win32 use u_long
> > - if possible (that is not cross compiling) do a small test (using
> > configure)
> > - give error :'(
> > I don't like autoconf that much but I think I'll have to
> write some m4
> > code before release... and even backport it !!
> Before you do this, can you show me correct code that doesn't
> work on all
> systems? What is the "bug", exactly? Which function are we talking
> It's always safe to assign an int to a long. That's C.
> Endianism doesn't
> If there is a function that is defined differently in
> different OS's (e.g.
> getservbyname_r) then we might need an m4 file for it, if
> autoconf doesn't
> already handle it.
> I prefer to write correct code not obscured by preprocessor macros.
> Sometimes we can include documented patches in the
> distribution for broken
News (from manuals):
perhaps you should just use int...
I found this code
ocketmodule.c which prefer fcntl.
More information about the FreeTDS