* egil/update-readme: Update INSTALL.md with new test platforms Update system readme to reflect R15B
* New test platforms * Note OpenSSL 0.9.7 -> 0.9.8
* r15b_app_versions: Update common_test and test_server vsn
* origin/peppe/common_test/capture_io: Fix error in documentation Create ct interface to the test_server:capture_* functions OTP-9775
* origin/peppe/common_test/groups: Change init/end_per_group/0 -> init/end_per_group/1 Add config info suite Add tests for group specification and info function Implement support for overriding group properties with test specification Implement support for overriding group properties with all/0 Implement the group info function OTP-9235 OTP-9569 OTP-9809
* dgud/observer/gui/OTP-4779: [observer] Add basic documentation [observer] Do not start polling tables until user view them [observer] Move rpc calls to runtime tools [observer] Added an application viewer [observer] Remove unused time from process view [observer] Change process_info stack to be listctrl [observer] Fix listctrl colum size calculation [observer] Add more trace functionality [observer] Use standard popup menu
* dgud/mnesia/read-sticky-bug/OTP-9786: [mnesia] Read record from correct node [mnesia] Fixed sticky read lock bug [mnesia] Whitespace fixes Conflicts: lib/mnesia/src/mnesia_log.erl
* lars/doc-include-path-error: Fix error in dtd include paths to xsltproc.
* nk/jinterface_better_buffer_alloc: restore Java5 compatibility JInterface: improve OtpOutputStream buffer allocation OTP-9806
Previously, the buffer was increased linearly by 2048 bytes. I now propose to use an exponential increase function (similar to Javas ArrayList, e.g. always at least +50%). This significantly increases performance of e.g. doRPC for large parameters as the following comparison illustrates (shown is the buffer size after each time, the buffer has reached its limit): n n*2048 (n*3)/2+1 (n*3)/2+1 (at least +2048) 1 2,048 2,048 2,048 2 4,096 3,073 4,096 3 6,144 4,610 6,145 4 8,192 6,916 9,218 5 10,240 10,375 13,828 6 12,288 15,563 20,743 7 14,336 23,345 31,115 8 16,384 35,018 46,673 9 18,432 52,528 70,010 10 20,480 78,793 105,016 11 22,528 118,190 157,525 12 24,576 177,286 236,288 13 26,624 265,930 354,433 14 28,672 398,896 531,650 15 30,720 598,345 797,476 16 32,768 897,518 1,196,215 17 34,816 1,346,278 1,794,323 18 36,864 2,019,418 2,691,485 19 38,912 3,029,128 4,037,228 20 40,960 4,543,693 6,055,843 21 43,008 6,815,540 9,083,765 22 45,056 10,223,311 13,625,648 23 47,104 15,334,967 20,438,473 24 49,152 23,002,451 30,657,710 25 51,200 34,503,677 45,986,566 26 53,248 51,755,516 68,979,850 27 55,296 77,633,275 103,469,776 28 57,344 116,449,913 155,204,665 29 59,392 174,674,870 232,806,998 30 61,440 262,012,306 349,210,498 Actually, ArrayList uses the (n*3)/2+1 strategy. In order not to decrease performance for messages <10k, we could keep the (public) OtpOutputStream#defaultIncrement constant and let the buffer always increase by at least this much (third column). In order to create a buffer of 1MB, now only 16 array copies are needed vs. (1024*1024/2048)=512 array copies for the linear increase function. If a user sends a message of 10MB size, this is 22 vs. 5120 copies. NOTE: the meaning of the "public static final int defaultIncrement" member has changed a bit with this implementation (API compatibility?) - why was this public in the first place?
* raimo/64-bit-driver-api/OTP-9795: (22 commits) driver_SUITE.erl: Fix sys info drivers emulator test drivers: Conform to updated driver API runtime_tools's drivers: Conform to updated driver API ws's xwe_driver.c: Conform to updated driver API megaco's flex scanner: Conform to updated driver API seq_trace_SUITE_data/echo_drv.c: Conform to updated driver API erl_interface tests: Conform port_call_drv.c updated driver API erl_drv_thread_SUITE_data/testcase_driver.c: Conform to updated driver API float_SUITE_data/fp_drv.c: Conform to updated driver API port_SUITE_data/*_drv.c: Conform to updated driver API port_bif_SUITE_data/control_drv.c: Conform to updated driver API send_term_SUITE_data/send_term_drv.c: Conform to updated driver API system_profile_SUITE_data/echo_drv.c: Conform to updated driver API trace_port_SUITE_data/echo_drv.c: Conform to updated driver API Remove support for old drivers without ERL_DRV_EXTENDED_MARKER built-in drivers: Add ERL_DRV_EXTENDED_MARKER and version numbers Bump driver version to 2.0 erl_driver.h: Enlarge type on return value from call erl_driver.h: Enlarge types on driver callbacks output, control and call erl_driver.h: Enlarge types in driver output functions ... Conflicts: erts/emulator/test/driver_SUITE_data/monitor_drv.c erts/emulator/test/driver_SUITE_data/timer_drv.c
* rc/mnesia_log-no-async: Use the synchronous log_terms instead of alog_terms in mnesia_log:ets2dcd() OTP-9804
While at it, include <string.h> to eliminate warnings.
While at it, eliminate compilation warnings. Eliminate the control callback if it is not used.
Also include <string.h> to include a prototype for memcpy().
While at it, also eliminate all compiler warnings. Also remove the control callback since it is not actually used.
While at it, also eliminate all compiler warnings.
Because of the extensive changes in the driver API (and especially the change of return types for callbacks such as 'control'), we can no longer allow drivers without version numbers.