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Re: Potential spiped 1.6.2 release -- please test

On Sat, Dec 11, 2021 at 11:43:38PM +0200, Peter Pentchev wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 10, 2021 at 09:38:18PM -0800, Graham Percival wrote:
> > On Sat, Dec 11, 2021 at 01:16:43AM +0200, Peter Pentchev wrote:
> > > > Both patches look suitable, but I'd like to take a look at replacing
> > > > vdupq_laneq_u32 in non-aarch64.
[snip discussion of the A64-specific intrinsics]

> > We're not going to rush to get arm32 + aes working for the spiped 1.6.2
> > release, but I'd be happy to collaborate on enabling this for the following
> > version of spiped, if you can test them.
> > 
> > The same applies to the GNU/Hurg SO_REUSEADDR thing.  Unless it's a trivial
> > fix (or the problem exists on other operating systems), it's probably not
> > going to happen before 1.6.2, but I'm happy to work on that afterwards.
> For the record, the attached patch fixes the two problems on the
> GNU/Hurd - they are both related to Unix-domain (AF_LOCAL) sockets.
> It seems that the Hurd pflocal translator does not fully implement
> everything one might want to do via the BSD sockets API; some of that
> may be seen in IRC logs, such as the first entry (2013-09-19) at
> https://www.gnu.org/software/hurd/hurd/translator/pflocal.html -
> somebody asks specifically about SO_REUSEADDR and the answer is
> "is that of interest at all?" There is a fuller log at
> http://richtlijn.be/~larstiq/hurd/hurd-2013-09-19 but it seems that
> this particular conversation was not continued.
> So about this particular Hurd patch... TBH, I would completely understand
> if you do not feel like accepting it; there would be no problem for me
> to carry it as a Debian-specific patch in the Debian package or even,
> if you are strongly opposed to that (some upstream developers are, for
> various reasons, some of them valid), I could just leave things as they
> are. FTR, this is not a case of "it has compiled/worked before and it
> does not work now"; I don't think I remember ever being able to
> successfuly compile and run spiped on the Hurd for various other reasons.
> FWIW, I have not included this patch in a Debian package upload yet.

OK, so I could have checked before writing :) It turns out that spiped
versions before 1.6.0 did work on the Hurd:


...but again, I would completely understand if this is not a priority
for the upstream developers.


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