[erlang-patches] Fix ssl:transport_accept/2 to handle socket close

Rory Byrne <>
Mon Mar 29 13:51:45 CEST 2010

On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 08:11:51AM +0200, Björn Gustavsson wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 29, 2010 at 12:33 AM, Rory Byrne <> wrote:
> >  git fetch git://github.com/jinsky/otp.git ssl_transport_accept_fix
> >
> Thanks!
> I'll wait a few days with including this change because there is
> currently a build problem in the ssl application, and because I've
> had to revert a commit there is now a merge conflict with the
> revert commit. Since the revert commit in the 'pu' branch is
> a temporary thing, I will wait until it is gone before I'll resolve
> any merge conflicts.
> Another thing: Your branch contains multiple merges from the dev
> branch. I cannot merge such a branch to 'pu', but I can handle
> by cherry-picking the actual without much problems. Still, in the
> future you might want to use "git rebase" instead of "git merge"
> when you want to update your branch with the latest changes
> from the dev branch (in case you haven't used "git merge",
> note that "git pull" is the same as "git fetch" followed by
> "git merge").

Sorry about the merge commits - they started to occur when changing 
the development branch from 'ccase/r13b04_dev' to 'dev'. I've rebased 
my branches and I'll use "git rebase" in future to include upstream 

If you're interested, I also pushed a new branch that should avoid the 
merge conflict that you experienced:

  git fetch git://github.com/jinsky/otp.git ssl_transport_accept_fix_1

It was due to an overlap in the test code which could have been avoided
if I'd been more cautious.



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