Thanks for update !
The patches are already uploaded. Marcelo has merged them with the
trunk, except for 2 patches which are still pending. You can checkout
the latest code from sourceforge via:
svn co https://pupnp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pupnp/trunk pupnp-trunk
Nilesh Daine wrote:
> Hi Fredrik,
> When are you planning to upload these patches ?
> I am working on the same 1.2.1 upnp code base and these fixes would be
> greatly helpful.
> If you have more time to upload those patches, can you please share
> those with me ?
> On 1/4/07, *Fredrik Svensson* <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto: email@example.com>> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I have been using libupnp 1.2.1 a couple of years now and have
> made some
> important patches to the 1.2.1 code tree. I would like these to become
> part of the official libupnp distribution.
> The patches are:
> 1. Support some routers that assume a certain order of white space in
> XML documents. Mimic Windows XP as close as possible.
> 2. Fixed a segfault that occurred when parsing weird XML syntax that
> some routers generate.
> 3. Support for the Linksys WRT54G router.
> 4. Added a maximum length of the job queue to avoid memory
> exhaustion in
> extreme situations when there are a lot of multicast traffic on
> the network.
> 5. Fixed so that you can add to the multicast group even if no
> router has been configured.
> 6. Explicitly set which interface to use for multicast. Avoids socket
> error -207 in some cases.
> 7. Changed SSDP NUM_COPY to 1 since, according to section 9.2 of the
> HTTPU/MU spec, we should never send more than one copy of a reply
> to an
> SSDP request.
> 8. Added <?xml version='1.0'?> tag if it is missing in the XML
> Should I post the patches directly to this list or how do I submit
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