[PATCH] Added NoDelay config option and nodelay subsystem option

Corinna Vinschen vinschen at redhat.com
Sat Feb 2 03:37:26 EST 2002

On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 09:15:08AM -0600, mouring wrote:
> There is a at least 3 calls I try to make before we release portable tree
> asking for people to do compile tests of the current snapshots.. Some
> days I hear feedback.  Some days I don't.  Without flying out to every
> person's house on this list and beeting them with a blunt object until
> they finally download and test there is not much we can do.  (Personal
> Note:  Feel safe.. I'm not a person to do such things.  =)
> I always try to get a Linux (Mandrake is this flavor of the month), 
> OpenStep 4.2, and Solaris 2.5.1 and 7 compiling in before we make a 
> release.  I know a few others in the portable group try to test on 
> all SCOs before the relase, but there are too many possible combinations 
> to test and I know for a fact I'm not in the position to test everything 
> from krb4 to s/key at my house (Even if I've compiled s/key in the past to
> help debug why it was broken).
> Doing OpenSSH-3.1.0-Pre2, pre3, pre4-mouring-fixing-bug  release will
> not help us.  Hell it barely works in the Linux community!!! =)

Huh?  I didn't miss such a call for post 3.0.2p1, did I?  I'm always
keen to test if it still builds and run on Cygwin, obviously, so I'm
very interested in that call for testing.

I'm subscribed to openssh-unix-dev since nearly two years now and at
least two times I was surprised to see that a new version has been
released.  I expected to get that call in this forum but there it was,
version X.YpZ without an explicit call for testing.  I can't keep
track of all threads so I'd really appreciate a mail which calls for
testing with a non-ambiguous subject.  And a final note that version
X.YpZ has been released would be nice, too.


Corinna Vinschen
Cygwin Developer
Red Hat, Inc.
mailto:vinschen at redhat.com

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