[Olsr-dev] change to olsr_rt_flags() function in BSD but not Linux in stable branch

Henning Rogge (spam-protected)
Thu Apr 5 20:01:26 CEST 2012

In theory the ioctl-code could be removed, netlink code should run
fine on linux 2.4 or better.

Henning Rogge

On Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 19:56, Hans-Christoph Steiner
<(spam-protected)> wrote:
> I just noticed something while rebasing my patches against the HEAD of stable.  In the commit called "fix bsd RTM_GATEWAY routing flags detection" by Markus Kittenberger (66dcc5f8e3da8084cef0fcec3a4580d47b90f593), the function olsr_rt_flags() was changed to have a second parameter:
>  olsr_rt_flags(const struct rt_entry *, int add);
> This change was made in src/process_routes.h,  src/process_routes.c, and src/bsd/kernel_routes.c but was not made in src/linux/kernel_routes_ioctl.c.  Yet, olsrd seems to build and run fine.  My guess is that src/linux/kernel_routes_ioctl.c is not used at all, even though its being included it the build.
> If src/linux/kernel_routes_ioctl.c is not used, can it be removed?  If it is, then olsr_rt_flags() should be updated there.
> On a related note, I setup an automated build on Debian/stable/amd64 and also runs olsrd using fakeroot after it builds:
> https://build.safermobile.org/job/olsrd-stable/
> .hc
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