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[sr #107822] Testing 3.0.2 on AIX

From: Bjørn Christensen
Subject: [sr #107822] Testing 3.0.2 on AIX
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2011 13:57:23 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, sr #107822 (project gnutls):

errono=2 also means ENOENT on AIX and it makes no sense, at least IBM manuals
does not list ENOENT as an error code from recv.

When gnutls_init is called it calls gnutls_transport_set_errno_function() with
the default system_errno() function which can be found in system.c line 82.
The system_errno() functions just returns opsys errno.
Have I completly misunderstood the way it works?

I am also trying to find out what ENOENT means from revc!
I have googled it and there are some suggestions that one should treats it as


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