[ANNOUNCE] memcached 1.2.4

dormando dormando at rydia.net
Mon Dec 10 21:47:41 UTC 2007

Not a clue here. Have you tried their list yet?

Eran Sandler wrote:
> Dormando,
> I've compiled libevent 1.3e but I had to fix a couple of htings for it
> to compile on VS2005 (and Windows in general).
> It seems the Win32 code is not really up to date there.
> I currently have it compiled but none of the tests work (the signal
> test, for example, doesn't actually make the signal work).
> Do you know some people in the libevent mailing list or others that are
> willing to help me make libeven 1.3e work well on Windows?
> Eran
> dormando wrote:
>> 1.1a should still work but it's ancient. I haven't tested 1.4.0 with
>> memcached yet, but everything up to 1.3e should be absolutely fine.
>> Please use a more recent version if possible. It'll allow us to report
>> bugs and not get laughed at.
>> Please feel free to link to patches or post them to the list. I'll (at
>> least me, anyway) will work with win32 patches to ensure they do not
>> disturb building under our unix targets.
>> -Dormando
>> Eran Sandler wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I'm willing to try and help make the Win32 code up-to-date.
>>> I've taken a look at it and it seems the old code is from v1.2.1 and
>>> uses libevent v1.1a.
>>> What version of libevent is used in 1.2.4 (the minimum required
>>> version, at least officially) ?
>>> We need to get the 1.2.1 code up-to-date with 1.2.4 and make sure
>>> both it and the right version of libevent that is used on other
>>> places works well.
>>> I also want to make sure there are projects files for VS2005 and it
>>> compiles well on it (all of the necessary parts).
>>> It is time for memcached-win32 to be a part of the main memcached
>>> release :-)
>>> Anyone else is willing to help?
>>> Eran Sandler

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