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Re: [PATCH] small fix for ServerSocket close

From: Mark Wielaard
Subject: Re: [PATCH] small fix for ServerSocket close
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 19:37:46 +0100


On Wed, 2003-11-19 at 14:13, Michael Koch wrote:
> > --- /var/tmp/PROJECTS/classpath//./java/net/       Fri Oct 
> > 17 19:05:29 2003
> > +++ java/net/      Wed Oct 22 21:32:21 2003
> > @@ -339,7 +339,8 @@
> >     */
> >    public void close () throws IOException
> >    {
> > -    impl.close ();
> > +    if (impl != null)
> > +      impl.close ();
> >  
> >      if (getChannel() != null)
> >        getChannel().close ();
> After thinking about this patch, its more and more bogus in my eyes as
> impl never may be null. I provided a better fix to libgcj. When its
> approved I will merge it into classpath too.

You are right. I saw your patch on the java-patches mailinglist to make
sure impl will never be null. Sorry for not investigation the root cause
before committing it. But it looked like having an extra sanity check
here wouldn't hurt.

I hope to propose a bit more formal patch/commit strategy in the next
couple of weeks (like libgcj already has). Now that we are attracting
more and more developers with different background it would be nice to
have more formal procedure so that a) patches are not lost, b) all
patches are actually reviewed.

> What would really interest me is the testcase from Guilhem that
> triggered this.

Yes, that would be nice.
I did test it against Mauve with Kissme before checking in (please never
check something in if you cannot test it against Mauve and some VM). But
since there were multiple tests broken already 

I hope that I can cleanup Mauve enough before next week (when we will
create the 0.07 snapshot release) to activate a autobuilder which we can
use to track failures. But Currently Mauve is still to fragile for this.



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