development efforts on the Solaris side.

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Tue Jan 8 15:32:03 CET 2008

In message <762EF0EC-5C51-41BA-A38F-65DDCD4F9249 at>, Theo Schlossnagle
>Hi guys,
>I'd really like to be able to contribute some of the improvements  
>we've made to varnish back.  Is there a way I can get access to  
>commit.  I'd be happy to stay in my own branch.  My current patch set  
>is unwieldy and I'm very tempted to just start my own repos... That,  
>of course, seems silly.  I've fixed up (removed) some of the gccism in  
>favor or more portability (#include over -include).  I've fixed a few  
>bugs, made the VCC line a but smarter and more accepting of non gcc  
>compiler, I've added a portfs acceptor and built a storage_umem  
>allocator facility that rides on Solaris' excellent libumem (highly  
>scalable allocator) which we also ported to run on Linux and FreeBSD  
>(and Mac OS X):
>Next steps?

Can you mail me a link to the patch ?

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