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    • Patrick Monnerat's avatar
      os400: fix various ILE/RPG types definitions. Adjust build scripts. · 22b0415a
      Patrick Monnerat authored
          - A typo caused an undefined symbol reference.
          - A structure field name did not match the corresponding C name due to a typo.
          - Some structured fields were not properly aligned.
          - The long/ulong types were wrongly mapped to 64-bit types.
          - A typo in a /include directive caused a compilation error.
          - Doc files copy now converts from UTF-8 and split long lines.
          - Adjust /include file name mapping translation for proper prefix handling.
      22b0415a
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    • Shaun McCance's avatar
      Allow HTML serializer to output HTML5 DOCTYPE · 7607d9dd
      Shaun McCance authored
      For https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=747301
      
      Use simple HTML5 DOCTYPE for about:legacy-compat
      
      HTML5 uses a DOCTYPE without a PUBLIC or SYSTEM identifier. It looks
      like this:
      
      <!DOCTYPE html>
      
      I can't use XSLT to output this, because to get a DOCTYPE I have to
      provide a PUBLIC or SYSTEM identifier. Luckily, the standards folks
      recognized this and provided this semantically equivalent form for the
      HTML DOCTYPE:
      
      <!DOCTYPE html SYSTEM "about:legacy-compat">
      
      But people don't like seeing the "legacy" identifier in their output.
      They'd rather see the shiny new DOCTYPE. Since we know that
      about:legacy-compat is defined by the W3C to be semantically equivalent
      to the sans-SYSTEM DOCTYPE, we could just special-case it in the HTML
      serializer in libxml2. So if you set the SYSTEM identifier to
      "about:legacy-compat", you get an HTML5 short-form DOCTYPE.
      7607d9dd
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    • Steve Nairn's avatar
      Fix the fix to Windows locking · 620a7061
      Steve Nairn authored
      For https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=737851
      
      Unfortunately this change has introduced a problem which results in
      occasional hangs on Windows when running multi-threaded on a multi-core
      host.
      
      When locking the xmlRMutex the count field is increment inside the
      critical section but when unlocking the count field is decremented
      outside the critical section. The increment/decrement is not atomic so
      this can result in the count field being updated incorrectly.
      
      The solution is to change xmlRMutexUnlock to decrement the count field
      before leaving the critical section rather than after.
      620a7061
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