dustin at spy.net
Mon Dec 3 09:06:42 UTC 2007
sorry I haven't been able to do my own integration. My normal
machine's in the garage.
I should be able to check this out on my work machine and at least
verify all my tests pass.
Of course, I welcome any question as to the validity of my tests.
Dustin Sallings (mobile)
On Dec 3, 2007, at 0:32, dormando <dormando at rydia.net> wrote:
> ... is in SVN.
> Pulled from Dustin's tree, and gleefully applied all three of his
> series into a single svn commit. Dustin; I understand svn branch
> a little better now, and can redo that into three commits in about two
> minutes if you think it's any better ;)
> I haven't tested the code, but I gave it a brief review and believe
> good as a starting point.
> Now we need to:
> - Get more peer review. Find the bugs, write tests, etc.
> - Style inconsistencies. Nitpicky but helps combined development
> (memcached could use more of this in general. so obvious 10+ people
> patched it).
> - Finish any missing features?
> - Performance test, blah blah.
> - Documentation. Binary protocol doc, usage doc, etc.
> Uhh. What else? I want to give it a thorough review to understand that
> it doesn't leak memory or overwrite its own buffers, but I've been
> pretty gosh darn sick for the last four days so it hasn't been done by
> me yet. I know a ton of crazy people read this list tho, so please go
> crazy and find out! :)
> I'd absolutely love to have the process of hammering out 1.3.0 done
> within two weeks. There's not a lot of code here and the theory's not
> difficult. The potential client benefits are huge.
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