[darcs-users] [patch216] Pass -DCURL_PIPELINING to C compiler whe... (and 3 more)

Dmitry Kurochkin bugs at darcs.net
Sun Apr 18 22:35:25 UTC 2010

New submission from Dmitry Kurochkin <dmitry.kurochkin at gmail.com>:

4 patches for repository http://darcs.net:

Fri Apr 16 15:21:05 MSD 2010  Dmitry Kurochkin <dmitry.kurochkin at gmail.com>
  * Pass -DCURL_PIPELINING to C compiler when HTTP pipelining is enabled.
  Otherwise libcurl pipelining option is never really enabled. But URL
  module believes that it is. This leads to libcurl openning tens of
  parallel connections to the server.

Sun Apr 18 18:01:29 MSD 2010  Dmitry Kurochkin <dmitry.kurochkin at gmail.com>
  * URL: add maxPipelineLength function, rename maxPipeLength to maxPipelineLengthRef.

Mon Apr 19 02:10:13 MSD 2010  Dmitry Kurochkin <dmitry.kurochkin at gmail.com>
  * Simplify libcurl pipelining configuration.
  - remove curl-pipelining cabal flag
  - decide if pipelining is supported in hscurl.c
  - use pipelining by default if it is supported
  - remove --http-pipelining option

Mon Apr 19 02:28:00 MSD 2010  Dmitry Kurochkin <dmitry.kurochkin at gmail.com>
  * hscurl.c: remove #ifdef HAVE_CURL check.
  hscurl.c is not compiled when curl support is disabled.

files: pass-_dcurl_pipelining-to-c-compiler-when-http-pipelining-is-enabled_.dpatch, unnamed
messages: 10763
nosy: darcs-users, dmitry.kurochkin
status: needs-review
title: Pass -DCURL_PIPELINING to C compiler whe... (and 3 more)

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