[stgt] [osd-dev] [PATCH 10/15 ver2] tgt: os.h: getnameinfo() is different on none-Linux systems

Boaz Harrosh bharrosh at panasas.com
Thu Mar 12 12:17:09 CET 2009

FUJITA Tomonori wrote:
> Your logic is completely crazy to me. I will not merge your work if
> you don't change your way.

This is your prerogative, in which case I will have to make my decisions.

>> But there's never been a problem. This code works for years just fine.
>> The problem at hand is BSD compatibility. As I said changes should be
>> separate, cleanups is one thing, BSD code another. Most of the patches
>> are BSD only stuff why can't they go in, they do nothing to the code.
> The logic is broken. Working code doesn't mean that we don't need to
> improve it.

I never said that, I was talking about how to improve it, you answer to
things I never said, perhaps you misunderstood.

>>>> Mean while I'm using my tree, and so will my users
>>> Drop such attitude; my code works for my users. I don't care about
>>> your users. I care about only tgt.
>> No! you drop your attitude. These are your users, hell I'm your user.
>> I came with a problem, BSD. Now you queue me behind bureaucracy and
>> second grade users. But there is one philosophical question you must
>> answer: where was this problem before I came with BSD code?
> See above. Working code doesn't mean that there is no room to improve.

Again you misunderstood, that was a rhetorical question which meant:
There is a cause an effect and we should look at the cause of events to
actually understand the effects.

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