Christian Hopps <chopps@labn.net>: Author Summary

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FRR › FRR › #4762 5 days ago
tests: add grpc unit test
Test uses staticd which required some C++ header protections.
Additionally, the test also runs in the ubuntu20 docker container as
grpc is supported there by the packaging system.

Signed-off-by: Christian Hopps <chopps@labn.net>
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LIBYANG › LIBYANG › #29 2 weeks ago
build BUGFIX use LESS to support cmake 2.8 (centos 7)
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LIBYANG › LIBYANG2 › #110 1 month ago
build BUGFIX use LESS to support cmake 2.8 (centos 7)
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LIBYANG › LY2CHOPPS › #11 1 month ago
build BUGFIX use LESS to support cmake 2.8 (centos 7)
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LIBYANG › LY2CHOPPS › #10 1 month ago
plugins types BUGFIX to memcmp structs must zero
Structured data can contain padding, when allocated with malloc this
padding is uninitialized. Subsequent memcmp and hashing will produce
invalid results. Instead use calloc to obtain zero'd allocations for
this structured data.
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LIBYANG › LIBYANG2 › #99 1 month ago
plugins types BUGFIX to memcmp structs must zero
Structured data can contain padding, when allocated with malloc this
padding is uninitialized. Subsequent memcmp and hashing will produce
invalid results. Instead use calloc to obtain zero'd allocations for
this structured data.
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LIBYANG › LIBYANG › #29 2 weeks ago
build BUGFIX use LESS to support cmake 2.8 (centos 7)
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LIBYANG › LY2CHOPPS › #10 1 month ago
plugins types BUGFIX to memcmp structs must zero
Structured data can contain padding, when allocated with malloc this
padding is uninitialized. Subsequent memcmp and hashing will produce
invalid results. Instead use calloc to obtain zero'd allocations for
this structured data.
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LIBYANG › LIBYANG2 › #110 1 month ago
build BUGFIX use LESS to support cmake 2.8 (centos 7)
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LIBYANG › LY2CHOPPS › #11 1 month ago
build BUGFIX use LESS to support cmake 2.8 (centos 7)
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