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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      Revert "correct realloc() usage, on failure realloc will return NULL" · 30ceb37f
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Brought to you by M2X. Needless to mention that this is complete 100%
      crap. Depending cases, it's not either ignoring errors (and e.g. leaking
      memory which is very stupid in OOM situations), or worse, introducing
      bugs in places where realloc() was used correctly.
      
      And exactly one day after I WARNED EXPLICITLY AGAINST DOING THIS.
      
      This reverts commit ec5d8611.
      30ceb37f
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    • hartman's avatar
      Revert "poll(): ifndef HAVE_POLL means we don't use poll(), not that it... · 2d652d01
      hartman authored
      Revert "poll(): ifndef HAVE_POLL means we don't use poll(), not that it doesn't exist. In OSX poll() is broken for sockets, so we don't use it. Since poll is a kernel function in OSX however, the kernel implementation was used whenever we used poll(), instead of VLCs private poll() which was the intended behaviour. Renamed poll() to vlc_poll() to prevent this."
      
      This reverts commit d934fc52.
      2d652d01
    • hartman's avatar
      poll(): ifndef HAVE_POLL means we don't use poll(), not that it doesn't exist.... · d934fc52
      hartman authored
      poll(): ifndef HAVE_POLL means we don't use poll(), not that it doesn't exist. In OSX poll() is broken for sockets, so we don't use it. Since poll is a kernel function in OSX however, the kernel implementation was used whenever we used poll(), instead of VLCs private poll() which was the intended behaviour. Renamed poll() to vlc_poll() to prevent this.
      
      This fixes #1687, receiving SAPs on Mac OS X.
      d934fc52
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