Commit 735cf7b8 authored by Simon McVittie's avatar Simon McVittie

Merge branch 'dbus-1.10' into dbus-1.10-ci

parents d29534c0 42ccc7dc
D-Bus 1.10.8 (UNRELEASED)
• Enable "large file support" on systems where it exists: dbus-daemon
is not expected to open large files, but it might need to stat files
that happen to have large inode numbers (fd.o #93545, Hongxu Jia)
• Eliminate padding inside DBusMessageIter on 64-bit platforms,
which might result in a pedantic C compiler not copying the entire contents
of a DBusMessageIter; statically assert that this is not an ABI change
in practice (fd.o #94136, Simon McVittie)
• Document dbus-test-tool echo --sleep-ms=N instead of incorrect --sleep=N
(fd.o #94244, Dmitri Iouchtchenko)
• Correctly report test failures in C tests from
(fd.o #93379; amit tewari, Simon McVittie)
• When tests are enabled, run all the marshal-validate tests, not just
the even-numbered ones (fd.o #93908, Nick Lewycky)
• Correct the expected error from one marshal-validate test, which was
previously not run due to the above bug (fd.o #93908, Simon McVittie)
D-Bus 1.10.6 (2015-12-01)
......@@ -195,6 +195,9 @@ extern const char *_dbus_return_if_fail_warning_format;
#define _DBUS_STRUCT_OFFSET(struct_type, member) \
((intptr_t) ((unsigned char*) &((struct_type*) 0)->member))
#define _DBUS_ALIGNOF(type) \
(_DBUS_STRUCT_OFFSET (struct { char _1; type _2; }, _2))
/* this is an assert and not an error, but in the typical --disable-checks case (you're trying
* to really minimize code size), disabling these assertions makes sense.
......@@ -136,6 +136,29 @@ struct DBusMessageRealIter
} u; /**< the type writer or reader that does all the work */
* Layout of a DBusMessageIter on the stack in dbus 1.10.0. This is no
* longer used, but for ABI compatibility we need to assert that the
* new layout is the same size.
typedef struct
void *dummy1;
void *dummy2;
dbus_uint32_t dummy3;
int dummy4;
int dummy5;
int dummy6;
int dummy7;
int dummy8;
int dummy9;
int dummy10;
int dummy11;
int pad1;
int pad2;
void *pad3;
} DBusMessageIter_1_10_0;
static void
get_const_signature (DBusHeader *header,
const DBusString **type_str_p,
......@@ -2025,7 +2048,21 @@ _dbus_message_iter_init_common (DBusMessage *message,
DBusMessageRealIter *real,
int iter_type)
/* If these static assertions fail on your platform, report it as a bug. */
_DBUS_STATIC_ASSERT (sizeof (DBusMessageRealIter) <= sizeof (DBusMessageIter));
_DBUS_ALIGNOF (DBusMessageIter));
/* A failure of these two assertions would indicate that we've broken
* ABI on this platform since 1.10.0. */
_DBUS_STATIC_ASSERT (sizeof (DBusMessageIter_1_10_0) ==
sizeof (DBusMessageIter));
_DBUS_STATIC_ASSERT (_DBUS_ALIGNOF (DBusMessageIter_1_10_0) ==
_DBUS_ALIGNOF (DBusMessageIter));
/* If this static assertion fails, it means the DBusMessageIter struct
* is not "packed", which might result in "iter = other_iter" not copying
* every byte. */
_DBUS_STATIC_ASSERT (sizeof (DBusMessageIter) ==
4 * sizeof (void *) + sizeof (dbus_uint32_t) + 9 * sizeof (int));
/* Since the iterator will read or write who-knows-what from the
* message, we need to get in the right byte order
......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ struct DBusMessageIter
int dummy10; /**< Don't use this */
int dummy11; /**< Don't use this */
int pad1; /**< Don't use this */
int pad2; /**< Don't use this */
void *pad2; /**< Don't use this */
void *pad3; /**< Don't use this */
......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
<arg choice="plain">--system</arg>
<arg choice="opt">--name=<replaceable>NAME</replaceable></arg>
<arg choice="opt">--sleep=<replaceable>MS</replaceable></arg>
<arg choice="opt">--sleep-ms=<replaceable>MS</replaceable></arg>
......@@ -161,7 +161,7 @@
<para>Block for <replaceable>MS</replaceable> milliseconds
before replying to a method call.</para>
......@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@ usage_echo (int exit_with)
" --name=NAME claim this well-known name first\n"
" --sleep=N sleep N milliseconds before sending each reply\n"
" --sleep-ms=N sleep N milliseconds before sending each reply\n"
" --session use the session bus (default)\n"
" --system use the system bus\n"
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