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Please give me your LTO-4 or better tape library and I'll put it to good use.
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non port: head/devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::IIOP::giop-msg-buffer.c
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Number of commits found: 5

Tue, 12 Mar 2002
[ 21:56 sobomax ] Original commit 
1.60 devel/ORBit/Makefile
1.23 devel/ORBit/distinfo
1.7 devel/ORBit/files/patch-ae
1.4 devel/ORBit/files/patch-configure.in
1.5 devel/ORBit/files/patch-libIDL::ltmain.sh
1.7 devel/ORBit/files/patch-ltmain.sh
1.5 devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::IIOP::giop-msg-buffer.c
1.4 devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::ORBitutil::compat.c
Update to 0.5.14.
Mon, 29 Oct 2001
[ 17:05 sobomax ]  
unknown devel/ORBit/Makefile
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-ae
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-configure.in
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-libIDL::libIDL-config.in
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-libIDL::ltmain.sh
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-ltmain.sh
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-popt::ltmain.sh
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::IIOP::giop-msg-buffer.c
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::ORBitutil::compat.c
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::ORBitutil::orbit-os-config.h.in

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Huh, finally implement writev(2) wrapper that actually works. Boys, never ever  
try to use writev(2) in a non-blocking mode, especially on sockets. Not only  
this makes handling of EAGAIN rather weird, but in the case of sockets makes  
your code subject of a ENOBUFS, which is absolutely unclear how to handle  
properly. *sigh*    
[ 09:57 sobomax ]  
unknown devel/ORBit/Makefile
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-ae
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-configure.in
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::IIOP::giop-msg-buffer.c
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::ORBitutil::compat.c
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::ORBitutil::orbit-os-config.h.in
Undo the last commit. For not clear yet reasons it drives oaf crazy.    
[ 08:19 sobomax ]  
unknown devel/ORBit/Makefile
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-ae
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-configure.in
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::IIOP::giop-msg-buffer.c
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::ORBitutil::compat.c
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::ORBitutil::orbit-os-config.h.in
Reimplement fix for an imcompatibility between ORBit and FreeBSD properly.  
Instead of replacing writev(2) with loop based on write(2), test system   limit
on the number of vectors writev(2) accepts and split call to writev(2)   to
several calls in such a way that number of vectors in each call doesn't   exceed
this limit (aka UIO_MAXIOV). Bump PORTREVISION.    
Fri, 26 Oct 2001
[ 14:06 sobomax ]  
unknown devel/ORBit/Makefile
unknown devel/ORBit/files/patch-src::IIOP::giop-msg-buffer.c
Fix a rather weird incompatibility between ORBit and FreeBSD. It appears that  
FreeBSD's writev(2) implementation is rather unreliable when large number of  
vectors is submitted - it returns EINVAL despite the fact that all arguments  
are pretty valid. This caused serious problems with GNOME's oaf and prevented  
Nautilus from working properly. The problem disappeared when I've replaced  
writev(2) call with appropriate loop based around ordinary write(2). Perhaps  
this should be investigated and the real source of the problem fixed instead,  
but I do not have a time for this right now. For those who interested I'm  
ready to provide a step-by step instruction on how to reproduce the bug.    

Number of commits found: 5

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