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Matti Aarnio schrieb am 2001-05-16, 16:47:
> On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 03:17:53PM +0200, Gerrit P. Haase wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I want to try to port zmailer to cygwin...
> Does CYGWIN give you full UNIXish fork() ??
> ZMailer uses that in couple places, unfortunately.
> (smtpserver socket listening daemon, router queue manager,
> some parts of scheduler where transport-agent argv is finalized
> within the fork's child-side. The scheduler has also mytime()
> thing which forks off a child-process.)
Hmm, don't know about mytime().
> M$ windows supplies a spawn() (fork+exec) to my knowledge.
Cygwin added a 'real' fork.
> All of those things I mention above can be solved without fork(),
> but I haven't had any incentive for it. ( spawn() a sub-router
> with suitable parameters, let it start, and start interaction
> with the scheduling master. Scheduler's mytime() can be done
> with threads. The smtpserver can - in theory - be rearranged
> to be thread-friendly. Router can't.)
Cygwin has threads implemented since a few weeks, maybe still buggy,
but it works.
> > But on win-filesystem NTFS i am not able to write files
> > containig ':' or '<', '>' and some more.
> > These two files (ssl:sst.c, ssl:sst.h) makes me headaches,
> > i could not get the sources with them per cvs.
> > Maybe they could be renamed?
> > ssl:sst.c > ssl_sst.c
> > ssl:sst.h > ssl_sst.h
> Yes, definitely. They are generated files.
> (Although that is Bootstrap-Issue...)
> I just renamed them in the CVS.
There is also an #include statement in one of the files
in this directory.
- From: "Gerrit P. Haase" <email@example.com>
- Re: ssl:sst.c
- From: Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>