On Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 11:00:32AM +0100, Vincent Bernat wrote: > ??? 28 décembre 2016 10:56 +0100, Willy Tarreau <w...@1wt.eu> : > > >> >> HAProxy 1.5.19 was released on 2016/12/25. It added 47 new commits > >> >> after version 1.5.18. > >> > > >> > Would it be possible to queue this patch as well for the next 1.5 (if > >> > any)? > >> > > >> > commit c6ca1aa34dd0e3999943c9a8754f447730b7563d > >> > Author: Willy Tarreau <w...@1wt.eu> > >> > Date: Thu Oct 8 11:32:32 2015 +0200 > >> > > >> > MEDIUM: init: support more command line arguments after pid list > >> > > >> > Given that all command line arguments start with a '-' and that > >> > no pid number can start with this character, there's no constraint > >> > to make the pid list the last argument. Let's relax this rule. > >> > > >> > This would enable to use the same init scripts for both 1.5 and 1.6. > >> > >> On the other hand, this is not really useful without a088d316. So, maybe > >> don't introduce another bug because of me and leave 1.5 as is. :) > > > > Well, neither of them are hard to backport, so this is something we can > > consider. However I'm making a difference between end-users requests and > > maintainers' convenience. If you think it would really be useful to end > > users one way or another, or if it solves some trouble you're facing > > with the package maintenance, let's backport them. If it's just to keep > > a single script to maintain, I think the benefit is low enough to avoid > > a backport. Just let me know what you prefer, I'm fine with both > > options. > > I got caught by syncing SysV init script from 1.6 with 1.5. For my own > convenience, only c6ca1aa is needed. But I think that I won't be caught > again by this since the only diff is the argument order. I should be > able to remember why this is like that! So, no need from me.
OK. Then if you get caught again or if you receive some complaints from users getting caught as well, just ping me :-) Willy