[stunnel-users] Solaris: new_context, makecontext
Hans Werner Strube
strube at physik3.gwdg.de
Tue Nov 8 09:15:41 CET 2005
Michal Trojnara wrote:
> I had no Solaris 10 to test it... So what's the correct way to detect
> Solaris 10?
This must probably be done by a modified configure and a new #if or #ifdef.
uname -r gives 5.10 for Solaris 10.
> Solaris 9 behaves correctly if __MAKECONTEXT_V2_SOURCE is defined (it
> is defined in common.h). I've tested this case.
Yes, of course. I have not stated anything different.
> The manual claims:
> The value of
> argc must match the number of integer arguments passed to
> func, otherwise the behavior is undefined.
> (SunOS mion 5.9 Generic_112233-12 sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-250)
> I only pass single argument...
Yes, but up to Solaris 8 it claimed:
The integer value of argc must
be one-greater-than the number of arguments that follow
argc; otherwise, the behavior is undefined.
For 5 arguments, the value of argc must be 6.
AfaIk this would also hold for Solaris 9 without __MAKECONTEXT_V2_SOURCE,
but this is deprecated. Btw, Solaris 9 and 10 can still handle binaries
compiled under earlier versions.
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