Crash from libmemcache
joshrotenberg at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 03:50:43 UTC 2007
Just in case its not clear, you will need APR and APR-Util a
prerequisites for apr_memcache.
You are right, the distribution from outoforder.cc doesn't build the
tests. The most recent snapshot builds (or source pulled from the
subversion repository) of apr-util have newer versions of the
apr_memcache code, but they seem to lack tests altogether. At some
point I hacked together a quick Makefile.am for the tests directory of
0.7.0 to build them, but I'm not sure what state its in. If you want I
can find it and send it to you as a patch.
All of the threading is part of APR, so you might get more out of the
tests in apr/test if you want to see what happening deeper down.
On 4/18/07, Brian Aker <brian at tangent.org> wrote:
> Ok, I found your site (when I googled I got a note about it on
> It looks like you have a complete API, but from downloading the code
> I don't see that you test programs are being built.
> I looking for a test to use against valgrind. I'd also like to see a
> pthread test just to make sure it is thread safe :)
> On Apr 18, 2007, at 4:12 PM, Paul Querna wrote:
> > marc at corky.net wrote:
> >> My impressions with this lib is that it's quite buggy. Sadly it
> >> seems
> >> that it's no longer maintained and some critical issues still
> >> exist in
> >> the latest version.
> >> I'd love to know if there are any alternatives, except apr_memcache.
> > Whats wrong with apr_memcache :P ?
> > -Paul
> Brian "Krow" Aker, brian at tangent.org
> Seattle, Washington
> You can't grep a dead tree.
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