Solaris with the SunStudio Compiler is reportedly missing this define, but as we're using it without any good reason on all the places it was used I've now instead switched to just use sensible buffer sizes that fit a 32 bit decimal number. Which also happens to be smaller than the common NI_MAXSERV value which is 32 on most machines. Bug: http://curl.haxx.se/bug/view.cgi?id=1277 Reported-by: D.Flinkmann
This commit renames lib/setup.h to lib/curl_setup.h and renames lib/setup_once.h to lib/curl_setup_once.h. Removes the need and usage of a header inclusion guard foreign to libcurl.  Removes the need and presence of an alarming notice we carried in old setup_once.h  ---------------------------------------- 1 - lib/setup_once.h used __SETUP_ONCE_H macro as header inclusion guard up to commit ec691ca which changed this to HEADER_CURL_SETUP_ONCE_H, this single inclusion guard is enough to ensure that inclusion of lib/setup_once.h done from lib/setup.h is only done once. Additionally lib/setup.h has always used __SETUP_ONCE_H macro to protect inclusion of setup_once.h even after commit ec691ca, this was to avoid a circular header inclusion triggered when building a c-ares enabled version with c-ares sources available which also has a setup_once.h header. Commit ec691ca exposes the real nature of __SETUP_ONCE_H usage in lib/setup.h, it is a header inclusion guard foreign to libcurl belonging to c-ares's setup_once.h The renaming this commit does, fixes the circular header inclusion, and as such removes the need and usage of a header inclusion guard foreign to libcurl. Macro __SETUP_ONCE_H no longer used in libcurl. 2 - Due to the circular interdependency of old lib/setup_once.h and the c-ares setup_once.h header, old file lib/setup_once.h has carried back from 2006 up to now days an alarming and prominent notice about the need of keeping libcurl's and c-ares's setup_once.h in sync. Given that this commit fixes the circular interdependency, the need and presence of mentioned notice is removed. All mentioned interdependencies come back from now old days when the c-ares project lived inside a curl subdirectory. This commit removes last traces of such fact.
This reverts renaming and usage of lib/*.h header files done 28-12-2012, reverting 2 commits: f871de0... build: make use of 76 lib/*.h renamed files ffd8e12... build: rename 76 lib/*.h files This also reverts removal of redundant include guard (redundant thanks to changes in above commits) done 2-12-2013, reverting 1 commit: c087374... curl_setup.h: remove redundant include guard This also reverts renaming and usage of lib/*.c source files done 3-12-2013, reverting 3 commits: 13606bb... build: make use of 93 lib/*.c renamed files 5b6e792... build: rename 93 lib/*.c files 7d83dff... build: commit 13606bb follow-up 1 Start of related discussion thread: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-01/0012.html Asking for confirmation on pushing this revertion commit: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-01/0048.html Confirmation summary: http://curl.haxx.se/mail/lib-2013-01/0079.html NOTICE: The list of 2 files that have been modified by other intermixed commits, while renamed, and also by at least one of the 6 commits this one reverts follows below. These 2 files will exhibit a hole in history unless git's '--follow' option is used when viewing logs. lib/curl_imap.h lib/curl_smtp.h
93 lib/*.c source files renamed to use our standard naming scheme. This commit only does the file renaming. ---------------------------------------- renamed: lib/amigaos.c -> lib/curl_amigaos.c renamed: lib/asyn-ares.c -> lib/curl_asyn_ares.c renamed: lib/asyn-thread.c -> lib/curl_asyn_thread.c renamed: lib/axtls.c -> lib/curl_axtls.c renamed: lib/base64.c -> lib/curl_base64.c renamed: lib/bundles.c -> lib/curl_bundles.c renamed: lib/conncache.c -> lib/curl_conncache.c renamed: lib/connect.c -> lib/curl_connect.c renamed: lib/content_encoding.c -> lib/curl_content_encoding.c renamed: lib/cookie.c -> lib/curl_cookie.c renamed: lib/cyassl.c -> lib/curl_cyassl.c renamed: lib/dict.c -> lib/curl_dict.c renamed: lib/easy.c -> lib/curl_easy.c renamed: lib/escape.c -> lib/curl_escape.c renamed: lib/file.c -> lib/curl_file.c renamed: lib/fileinfo.c -> lib/curl_fileinfo.c renamed: lib/formdata.c -> lib/curl_formdata.c renamed: lib/ftp.c -> lib/curl_ftp.c renamed: lib/ftplistparser.c -> lib/curl_ftplistparser.c renamed: lib/getenv.c -> lib/curl_getenv.c renamed: lib/getinfo.c -> lib/curl_getinfo.c renamed: lib/gopher.c -> lib/curl_gopher.c renamed: lib/gtls.c -> lib/curl_gtls.c renamed: lib/hash.c -> lib/curl_hash.c renamed: lib/hmac.c -> lib/curl_hmac.c renamed: lib/hostasyn.c -> lib/curl_hostasyn.c renamed: lib/hostcheck.c -> lib/curl_hostcheck.c renamed: lib/hostip.c -> lib/curl_hostip.c renamed: lib/hostip4.c -> lib/curl_hostip4.c renamed: lib/hostip6.c -> lib/curl_hostip6.c renamed: lib/hostsyn.c -> lib/curl_hostsyn.c renamed: lib/http.c -> lib/curl_http.c renamed: lib/http_chunks.c -> lib/curl_http_chunks.c renamed: lib/http_digest.c -> lib/curl_http_digest.c renamed: lib/http_negotiate.c -> lib/curl_http_negotiate.c renamed: lib/http_negotiate_sspi.c -> lib/curl_http_negotiate_sspi.c renamed: lib/http_proxy.c -> lib/curl_http_proxy.c renamed: lib/idn_win32.c -> lib/curl_idn_win32.c renamed: lib/if2ip.c -> lib/curl_if2ip.c renamed: lib/imap.c -> lib/curl_imap.c renamed: lib/inet_ntop.c -> lib/curl_inet_ntop.c renamed: lib/inet_pton.c -> lib/curl_inet_pton.c renamed: lib/krb4.c -> lib/curl_krb4.c renamed: lib/krb5.c -> lib/curl_krb5.c renamed: lib/ldap.c -> lib/curl_ldap.c renamed: lib/llist.c -> lib/curl_llist.c renamed: lib/md4.c -> lib/curl_md4.c renamed: lib/md5.c -> lib/curl_md5.c renamed: lib/memdebug.c -> lib/curl_memdebug.c renamed: lib/mprintf.c -> lib/curl_mprintf.c renamed: lib/multi.c -> lib/curl_multi.c renamed: lib/netrc.c -> lib/curl_netrc.c renamed: lib/non-ascii.c -> lib/curl_non_ascii.c renamed: lib/curl_non-ascii.h -> lib/curl_non_ascii.h renamed: lib/nonblock.c -> lib/curl_nonblock.c renamed: lib/nss.c -> lib/curl_nss.c renamed: lib/nwlib.c -> lib/curl_nwlib.c renamed: lib/nwos.c -> lib/curl_nwos.c renamed: lib/openldap.c -> lib/curl_openldap.c renamed: lib/parsedate.c -> lib/curl_parsedate.c renamed: lib/pingpong.c -> lib/curl_pingpong.c renamed: lib/polarssl.c -> lib/curl_polarssl.c renamed: lib/pop3.c -> lib/curl_pop3.c renamed: lib/progress.c -> lib/curl_progress.c renamed: lib/qssl.c -> lib/curl_qssl.c renamed: lib/rawstr.c -> lib/curl_rawstr.c renamed: lib/rtsp.c -> lib/curl_rtsp.c renamed: lib/security.c -> lib/curl_security.c renamed: lib/select.c -> lib/curl_select.c renamed: lib/sendf.c -> lib/curl_sendf.c renamed: lib/share.c -> lib/curl_share.c renamed: lib/slist.c -> lib/curl_slist.c renamed: lib/smtp.c -> lib/curl_smtp.c renamed: lib/socks.c -> lib/curl_socks.c renamed: lib/socks_gssapi.c -> lib/curl_socks_gssapi.c renamed: lib/socks_sspi.c -> lib/curl_socks_sspi.c renamed: lib/speedcheck.c -> lib/curl_speedcheck.c renamed: lib/splay.c -> lib/curl_splay.c renamed: lib/ssh.c -> lib/curl_ssh.c renamed: lib/sslgen.c -> lib/curl_sslgen.c renamed: lib/ssluse.c -> lib/curl_ssluse.c renamed: lib/strdup.c -> lib/curl_strdup.c renamed: lib/strequal.c -> lib/curl_strequal.c renamed: lib/strerror.c -> lib/curl_strerror.c renamed: lib/strtok.c -> lib/curl_strtok.c renamed: lib/strtoofft.c -> lib/curl_strtoofft.c renamed: lib/telnet.c -> lib/curl_telnet.c renamed: lib/tftp.c -> lib/curl_tftp.c renamed: lib/timeval.c -> lib/curl_timeval.c renamed: lib/transfer.c -> lib/curl_transfer.c renamed: lib/url.c -> lib/curl_url.c renamed: lib/version.c -> lib/curl_version.c renamed: lib/warnless.c -> lib/curl_warnless.c renamed: lib/wildcard.c -> lib/curl_wildcard.c ----------------------------------------
Inclusion of top two most included header files now done in setup_once.h
The IP version choice was previously only in the UserDefined struct within the SessionHandle, but since we sometimes alter that option during a request we need to have it on a per-connection basis. I also moved more "init conn" code into the allocate_conn() function which is designed for that purpose more or less.
As reported in bug report #2987196, the code for ipv6 already did the setting of this bit correctly so we copied that logic into the Curl_ipv4_resolve_r() function as well. KRB code is the only code we know that might need the cannonical name so only resolve it for such requests!
Simplify preprocessor symbol checking
…les to setup_once.h. Inclusion of each header file is based on the definition of NEED_MALLOC_H and NEED_MEMORY_H respectively.
which now also takes a protocol address family argument.
…es, and I edited it slightly. Now you should be able to use IPv6 addresses fine even with libcurl built to use c-ares.
libcurl. This also makes the options change name to --krb (from --krb4) and CURLOPT_KRBLEVEL (from CURLOPT_KRB4LEVEL) but the old names are still
sent by Dmitry Mityugov.