On Fri, Oct 09, 2015 at 01:22:03PM +0300, Valery Kartel wrote:
> I have a strange runtime error on my Alpinelinux box.
> While debugging I found that snprintf("%Ld"...) format for (long
> long) is invalid.
> The correct one is "%lld"
> 
> The first patch fixes this.
> 
> The second patch is a cleanup to not compile a 'strlcmp' function if
> we have system one.
> 
> The third patch is to disable ssl by default, because many distros
> do not generate ssl certificate and key.
> 
> Don't know where to send patches. So I place it here.

Best place to send patches for csync2.
Thanks, looks innocent enough ;-)

> -               xxprintf(":type=reg:size=%Ld", (long long)st->st_size);
> +               xxprintf(":type=reg:size=%lld", (long long)st->st_size);

Cheers,

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