Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 09:46:23PM +0000, Eric Wong wrote:
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> > Subject: [PATCH] http: check curl_multi_remove_handle error code
> > This should help detect bugs in future changes. While we're at
> > it, fix a (probably innocuous) bug in our http_cleanup function
> > for users of older curl.
> > curl_multi_remove_handle was not idempotent until curl 7.33.0
> > with commit 84f3b3dd448399f9548468676e1bd1475dba8de5
> > ("curl_multi_remove_handle: allow multiple removes"),
> > so we track the "curlm" membership of the curl easy handle
> > ourselves with a new "in_multi" flag.
> Does curl provide a meaningful error here? I'm just wondering if we
> could simply let curl handle this, and just ignore the error that comes
> from older versions. We're basically just replicating curl's own state
> data here.
curl before 7.33.0 returned CURLM_BAD_EASY_HANDLE. This error
code also happens if we pass a bad/corrupt easy handle;
so it could be hiding an error on our end.