Tagging 9.0.x

2019-09-02 Thread Mark Thomas
Hi all,

It is a new month so I am thinking about the next tag. It looks like we
have got to the bottom of the 32-bit crashes with Commons Daemon so my
rough plan is:

- fix the 32-bit crash
- fix a couple of other minor regressions
- release Commons Daemon 1.2.1
- update 9.0.x, 8.5.x and 7.0.x to Commons Daemon 1.2.1
- tag 9.0.x and 8.5.x

While I am waiting for the Commons Daemon release vote, I plan to work
on the open Tomcat issues. Best guess is that I'll tag around the middle
of next week.

Mark

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[Bug 63691] Add a no-op JarScanner

2019-09-02 Thread bugzilla
https://bz.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=63691

--- Comment #5 from Igal Sapir  ---
(In reply to Chuck Caldarale from comment #4)
> Could the standard jar scanner recognize the "*.jar" pattern and simply
> short-circuit all the directory scanning?

I can see benefit in that solution for users who use Tomcat regularly (as
opposed to Embedded) so I actually like that idea.

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[Bug 63625] Unable to start Tomcat 7.0.96 (stop by 0xc0000005)

2019-09-02 Thread bugzilla
https://bz.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=63625

--- Comment #18 from Norimasa Yamamoto  ---
I checked WPUTENV prototype.

In src\native\windows\include\apwin.h
typedef int (__stdcall *WPUTENV) (const wchar_t *env);

But I disassembled from ucrtbase.dll!_wputenv om x86 platform,
it seems to be _cdecl (=calling args should be destroyed by caller).

This mismatch will cause stack corruption after calling wputenv_ucrt
on x86. This should be root cause, I think.
(On x64, first few calling args are passed by registers.)

Changing prototype will fix the error from stack corruption.
However, environment block manipulation is not work on AdoptOpenJDK,
because it is depending on msvcr120.dll.

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