[jdev] Binary Compatibility
pgmillard at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 12:03:19 CDT 2004
WPJabber is basically a fork of 1.4.x (at some point), replacing all
of the pth stuff with pthreads. I would be VERY concerned about
sliding in code that was designed (and works) with stock 1.4.x into
wpjabber. You'd really need to grok the new threading model, and all
of the changes they did in order to know whether or not internal
modules for 1.4.x will work ok w/ wpjabber.
On Fri, 27 Aug 2004 08:34:59 -0400, Siracusa, David <siracusa at sig.com> wrote:
> I posted a query with regard to wpjabber-1.1.2 and XDB_LDAP last week.
> In the mean time I got XDB_LDAP basically running (ns: auth, users),
> however I had to add sychronization code (critical sections) in key
> places in the c code.
> Should I be worried about the thread worthiness of some of the other
> loaded shared objects which have a jabber-1.4.2 lineage? It appears
> that a single WPJabber server does synchronize calls to XDB_LDAP,
> however if I spin up a client which has rosters members on multiple
> Jabber servers concurrency issues occurred which caused a fatal
> exception in the Jabber server (via XDB_LDAP) w/o the semaphore
> locking/unlocking code.
> --Dave Siracusa
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