On Wed, Feb 27, 2019 at 5:06 PM William A Rowe Jr <wr...@rowe-clan.net> wrote:
> With several new features added to the 1.7 branch, the fixes to the > Netware locking we had deferred, and the proposed correction of > SIGUSR2, I'm wondering what we see as remaining obstacles. > These two appear to be in good shape. Who has reviewed the addition and further patches to the 64 bit portable atomics? Do we have a few reviewers who agree these are good to lock down and publish? I'd like to proceed with addressing the symlink vs. "other" reparse tag > questions raised for Windows, and will make the time to get the current > patch proposal and my type safety cleanups into trunk. PR 47630. > I'm also interested in fixing SFU issues of the Ubuntu on Windows > implementation with APR locking, and can dedicate a few hours > this weekend to look at where those errors stand. > This weekend is looking good here for fixing the reparse tag questions and further review of locking on the SFU Windows subsystem (by which I mean, finally warmer, but much wetter and a good time to be indoors in Chicagoland.) Do we want to do something about de-prioritizing sysv semaphores > on linux by default with the 1.7.0 release? > Comments? I know some distributors already hack around our default autoconf locking mechanism choice on modern Linux. I'd like to give this question a few more days, and finally lock down our 1.7.0 candidate sometime later next week.