[Ffmpeg-devel] [PATCH] inet_aton
Thu Jan 25 09:43:31 CET 2007
> The current inet_aton implementation in os_support.c returns valid
> even if
> a string (the hostname) has been passed.
Ours could just return 0 instead of goto done on errors, that'd fix it
> Fran?ois, does it work for you when passing a hostname instead of an
> address to FFmpeg?
Well, it tries to send to 0.0.0.0 with a hostname.
oddly libavformat exports inet_aton while importing inet_ntoa...
Probably because check_func in configure doesn't include the correct
header and thus can't find the mangled symbol.
It's not a problem though, as some version of BONE has a broken
inet_aton anyway IIRC.
> Does BeOS have the inet_addr function? If so we could use Michael
> implementation of inet_aton as a wrapper around inet_addr.
BeOS R5 (net_server) doesn't have either.
BeOS BONE has both as it uses the resolver from Bind 8 as a library.
But they are exported as
000322f0 T __inet_addr
0003232c T __inet_aton
and #defined in the header.
> Attached patch takes inet_aton from uClibc (which is also LGPL).
Looks ok, I'm not the one decicing.
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