On 11/08/17 01:23, Jeff King wrote:
On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 01:17:51AM +0200, Tom G. Christensen wrote:
OK, thanks for double-checking. I'm still puzzled why your build
succeeds and mine does not.
I know what's going on now and it's so simple.
Red Hats version of curl 7.15.5 includes a number of patches including one
that backports support for CURLPROTO_* (as part of a fix for CVE-2009-0037).
I haven't checked el6 but I would not be surprised if there where similar
things going on there.
el6 should have it already as part of 7.19.7, right?
Yes of course.
So in conclusion version based #ifdefs are misleading when used with curl as
shipped with RHEL.
Yeah, that's certainly an interesting finding. In this case your builds
are missing out on redirect protection that we _could_ be providing.
Yes and I'm looking into that right now.
If we do keep the compat ifdefs around this feature, it may be worth
converting them to "#ifdef CURLPROTO_HTTP" to more directly check the
Yes, a feature test would be better.