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Tue Nov 25 16:18:49 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.4, released Tue Nov 25 16:18:49 1997.

Tue Nov 25 16:03:09 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * Makefile: fixed Version.h generation to work properly when
          $$beta is undefined.

Mon Nov 24 10:33:34 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.56, released Mon Nov 24 10:33:34 1997.

Sun Nov 23 13:32:02 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/IOStream.h: removed DIGITAL_UNIX from #include decision,
          so now it just depends on DEC_CXX and its version.  Thanks to
          Dani Flexer <danif@ivory-sw.com> for this fix.

        * netsvcs/lib/Server_Logging_Handler.cpp: updated template
          instantiations to match recent change to Server_Logging_Handler_T.h.

Sat Nov 22 19:16:35 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp:

          main: Removed signal handling code.  It is unnecessary since we
          do not use kill() anymore.

          Process_Strategy: This subclass of ACE_Process_Strategy
          overwrites the process creation method to include connection
          counting.

          connection_completed: Made sure that the Reactor is woken up
          after all the connections have completed.

        * ace/Priority_Reactor.cpp (init_bucket): Removed extra code.

        * ace/Acceptor.cpp (activate_svc_handler): open svc_handler only
          if result is 0.  Also removed extra tracing code.

        * ace/Handle_Set.i (reset): Purify is reporting a UMR
          (uninitialized memory copy) when copying a Handle_Set.  This
          comes from the mask fd_set not being memset to 0 by FD_ZERO.
          This is therefore a harmless error.

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp (main): The ordering of
          auto_ptrs is very subtle....  "auto_ptr<ACE_Reactor> reactor"
          should come before "auto_ptr<ACE_Select_Reactor> impl", i.e.,
          the implementation should be destroyed *before* the forwarding
          class.  This is apparent when the implementation class is
          removing registered event handlers that hold a pointer to the
          forwarding class.

Sat Nov 22 16:04:07 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Message_Queue.cpp:
          Fixed some formating problems in the ACE_Message_Queue::dump
          method, thanks to Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for
          finding this one.

Sat Nov 22 14:38:22 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/config-aix-4.2.x.h: Added ACE_TLI_TCP_DEVICE "/dev/xti/tcp".
          This fixes Riverace problem ID P32; AIX now joins HP-UX in
          supporting XTI/TLI, but not everything (problem P27).

        * ace/UPIPE_Connector.h:
        * ace/TLI_Connector.h:  Added meta-type information PEER_ADDR and
          PEER_STREAM.  Fixes Riverace problem ID P37.

        * apps/JAWS/server/HTTP_Server.cpp: Added 'const' to "char *prog".
          Fixes Riverace problem P36.

        * examples/Connection/misc/test_upipe.cpp:
        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/CPP-connector.cpp:
        * examples/Threads/process_mutex.cpp:
        * examples/Threads/process_semaphore.cpp:
          Added 'const' to "char *" - can't initialize a char * with
          a const string.  Fixes Riverace problem ID P38, P40.

        * examples/Threads/thread_specific.cpp, tss1.cpp:  Moved the Errno
          class out to a new file, thread_specific.h.  AIX xlC needs to have
          the class in a .h file for template generation.  Fixes Riverace
          problem P42.
        * examples/Threads/Makefile: Make sure that, on AIX, the tempinc
          directory is cleared before building each new program.

        * performance-tests/Synch-Benchmarks/Makefile: Changed SHLIB to use
          $(SOEXT) rather than .so.  Fixes Riverace problem ID P41.

        * tests/Thread_Pool_Test.cpp: Moved 'this->getq(mb)' out of an
          ACE_ASSERT.  Thanks to Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co>
          for finding this.

Sat Nov 22 05:44:10 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp (main): Shuffled things around
          in fork() block.  This is fun.

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (activate_svc_handler): Added an
          ACE_UNUSED_ARG macro to muffle g++.

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp (handle_close): Added a return
          type specifier.  Without it, g++ laments.

        * ace/Acceptor.cpp (activate_svc_handler): Should be if (open (...) ==
          -1) then error, not if (open (...) != -1) then error.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (set_handle_limit): Removed a duplicated ACE_TRACE
          macro.

Sat Nov 22 00:26:11 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (close): Activated automatic wait on
          close functionality.  I think I get it right this time.

Fri Nov 21 19:59:37 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/IPC_SAP.cpp:
          Added a couple of ACE_NOTREACHED protections. Thanks to Brian
          Mendel <bmendel@mdc.com> for reporting this.

Fri Nov 21 17:12:48 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (close): Deactivated automatic wait on
          close for now.  It doesn't seem to work on Solaris.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp} (wait): Added codes to remove detached
          threads.  This function can be activated selectively.  I added
          this so we can ignore detached threads when closing down the
          default thread manager.

          (close): Activated the code to wait (join) all threads managed
          by the thread manager.  It will ask wait function to remove all
          detached thread first (and so they won't be counted into threads
          we are waiting for.)

Fri Nov 21 13:22:25 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.55, released Fri Nov 21 13:22:25 1997.

Fri Nov 21 12:18:28 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Acceptor.cpp,Strategy_T.cpp: Removed the use of gotos.  See
          Dijkstra '67 for motivation...

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp (open): Make sure that we set
          the Reactor of the Svc_Handler to 0 if we're running the
          threading test.

        * tests/Reactor_Notify_Test.cpp: Added back THR_BOUND to
          make things work on Solaris.

Fri Nov 21 02:23:47 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp:

          - The event loop execution was based on a fragile timeout
            mechanism.  This was changed to a more robust mechanism that
            counts the connections.

          - The unlinking of the file was moved from the server to the
            client.  This is necessary since there maybe multiple server
            processes that cannot really coordinate when the file should
            be removed.

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (ACE_Concurrency_Strategy):
          ACE_Concurrency_Strategy and all three of the subclasses
          (ACE_Reactive_Strategy, ACE_Process_Strategy, and
          ACE_Thread_Strategy) were messed up.  Only ACE_Reactive_Strategy
          was (trying) to set the correct blocking mode of the socket.
          Therefore, moved the socket mode setting code to the base class,
          ACE_Concurrency_Strategy, so that all the classes can share it.

          This did create one problem though.  If the implementation of
          the reactor uses event associations (i.e., WFMO_Reactor), we
          cannot try to set the socket mode since the registration of the
          svc_handler caused an event association to be created for the
          socket and by default (thanks Microslush) the socket is set to
          non-blocking mode.  If the user is excepting to have a socket in
          blocking mode, he is in for a surprise.  Maybe we should return
          a failure if the user is expecting a socket in blocking mode.
          This is probably too harsh for now.

        * tests/Future_Test.cpp (open): Added THR_DETACHED since we don't
          wait for this thread.

        * tests/Reactor_Notify_Test.cpp (open): Changed THR_BOUND to
          THR_DETACHED since we don't wait for this thread.

        * tests/IOStream_Test.cpp (server): Make sure to close the socket
          in ACE_SOCK_Acceptor and ACE_SOCK_IOStream.

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (open): When I changed open() last, I
          ignored the order of the registeration of notify_handler_ and
          wakeup_all_threads_handler_.  Unfortunately, the order of the
          two registrations is very important since the optimization for
          owner thread takes advantage of this ordering.  Therefore,
          revert the order of registertion to notify_handler_ followed by
          wakeup_all_threads_handler_.

        * tests/version_tests/run_all_tests.bat: Added new bat file to
          make the running of all the different configurations easier.

        * tests/version_tests/version_tests.{mak,mdp}: Added a mammoth
          testing scheme that is used to test all 8 configurations of the
          tests under Win32.  These 8 configurations are:

          DLL Debug
          DLL Release
          DLL Unicode Debug
          DLL Unicode Release
          static Debug
          static Release
          static Unicode Debug
          static Unicode Release

          run_tests.bat from the test directory can then be used to run
          these various configurations.  run_tests.bat was also extended
          to allow the user to purify the tests.  Simply execute
          run_tests.bat with the purify command line option.

Thu Nov 20 17:43:15 1997    <nw1@COYOTE>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (kill_thr): Changed to prevent thread
          manager from "discard" a thread when a certain operation is not
          supported by the operation system.  Removed the mechanism that
          preserves errno during "thread removal."  We no longer remove
          thread right after an error occured.

Thu Nov 20 17:53:35 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_multiple_mallocs.cpp (main): Make
          sure make sure that the semaphores created by the program are
          released as well as the storage files deleted.  Thanks to Tom
          Arbuckle <arbuckle@uran.informatik.uni-bonn.de> for reporting
          this.

        * ace: Added a new version of config-osf1-3.2.h.  Thanks to Dani
          Flexer <danif@ivory-sw.com> for updating this.

Thu Nov 20 18:22:24 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/README
          ace/TLI.h
          ace/TLI_Acceptor.h
          ace/TLI_Connector.h
          Changed from using hardcoded "/dev/tcp" as the XTI device name to
          a new config-related define, ACE_TLI_TCP_DEVICE.  If the config
          doesn't set one, it defaults to "/dev/tcp".  Thanks to Steve Coy
          <stevec@magna.com.au> for zeroing in on this problem in HP-UX.

          ace/config-hpux-10.x.h:  ACE_TLI_TCP_DEVICE is "/dev/inet_cots".
          Note that XTI won't work 100% well on HP still - this is Riverace
          problem ID P27.

        * netsvcs/lib/Server_Logging_Handler_T.h: Hardcoded to always use
          ACE_SOCK_Stream (and friends) rather than ACE_TLI_Stream and friends.
          XTI doesn't work real well on some platforms (particularly HP-UX
          and AIX).  When they're fixed, this can be undone (Riverace problem
          ID P28).

        * examples/IPC_SAP/TLI_SAP/CPP-client.cpp: Changed 'char *host' to
          'const char *host' so it can be initialized from a const char string.

Thu Nov 20 14:19:57 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.h:
        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp:
          The test has a limited execution time now, and only reports a
          warning if runs out of time. This may be due to some failed
          connections, but it is hard to avoid that.  On the other hand
          the default time should be large enough, in our machines the
          test only takes 14 seconds, so 60 seconds should be enough.
          NOTE: this problem reveals a problem *only* in the test itself
          not in ACE_Priority_Reactor.

Thu Nov 20 11:29:51 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_{Heap,List}_T.{h,cpp}: added
          ACE_Timer_{Heap,List}::get_first () accessors.  Thanks to
          Stephen Henry <shenry@mdc.com> for this suggestion.

Thu Nov 20 11:27:44 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.54, released Thu Nov 20 11:27:44 1997.

Thu Nov 20 10:45:08 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * tests/MT_SOCK_Test.cpp: Uncommented socket close call.

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (open): Open the notification handler
          *after* the timer queue has been created.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (get_ip_interfaces): Changed rep() to fast_rep() to
          prevent memory leak.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp (ACE_Reactor): Fixed error of not creating any
          Reactors on UNIX.

Thu Nov 20 08:36:54 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp}:  Added a dummy argument to internal
          thread functions.  Without them, MSVC wrongly optimizes codes
          and the stack were all clobbered when entering these functions.

Wed Nov 19 23:24:03 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/Reactor.cpp: Rearragned macros so we use Select_Reactor as
          default if we don't have Winsock2.  Irfan did it, not me.

Wed Nov 19 22:11:20 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.53, released Wed Nov 19 22:11:20 1997.

Wed Nov 19 15:55:52 1997  Sumedh Mungee  <sumedh@lindy.cs.wustl.edu>

        * config-netbsd.h: NetBSD 1.3alpha has a better MSYNC. Commented out
        ACE_HAS_BROKEN_NETBSD_MSYNC

Wed Nov 19 14:26:36 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@lindy.cs.wustl.edu>

        * stdcpp.h, OS.h: Changed ACE_CONFIG_H to ACE_USER_CONFIG_H.  It
        conflicts with the macro in various configuration files.

Wed Nov 19 15:55:45 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-sunos5.*.h: Replaced all uses of ACE_HAS_UNICODE with
          ACE_HAS_XPG4_MULTIBYTE_CHAR.  At this point, I think only NT has
          the UNICODE macro now.  Thanks to Steve Huston for validating
          this.

        * STL/bstring.h: Added a special-case for BorlandC++.  However, I
          think this can be generalized for all compilers.  Thanks to
          Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

        * ace/OS: Fixed strpbrk() to handle the const char * and char *
          cases of ANSI C++.  Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza
          <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.h: Added a special case for _MSC_VER since BC++ doesn't
          have wchar.h!  Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza
          <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

Wed Nov 19 13:43:33 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * Merged the purify testing into run_tests.  Just use

          "run_tests purify ..."

          to purify instead of running the tests.  If you thought this
          batch file looked bad before....

Wed Nov 19 12:17:50 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/{OS,stdcpp}.h (ACE_CONFIG_H): Added this macro to protect
          config.h from getting included multiple times.

        * ace/stdcpp.h:  Reverted include OS.h back to config.h.

Wed Nov 19 09:20:05 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.52, released Wed Nov 19 09:20:05 1997.

Wed Nov 19 07:54:44 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.cpp (crc32): Reverted the COMPUTE macro back to its
          original value.  For some reason, the version given by Valik was
          failing.

        * ace/SV_Semaphore_Complex.cpp (open): Make sure initialize the
          sem_number_ data member, though this isn't actually used for
          anything.

        * ace/ACE.cpp: Added a #ifdef for __unix since this is the only
          case where we'll actually have the ifreq autoptr.  Thanks to
          Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

        * ace/Log_Record.cpp (print): Added a work around for a really
          lame bug with BORLANDC.  Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza
          <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

Wed Nov 19 04:22:38 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.51, released Wed Nov 19 04:22:38 1997.

Wed Nov 19 04:02:09 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU (show_uninit): It seems
          there was a missing '@' at the beginning of the line.  Thanks to
          Hans Rohnert for reporting this.

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp (handle_input): Fixed Irfan's
          code, which keeps breaking ACE ;-).

Wed Nov 19 01:55:06 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (resume_handler_i, suspend_handler_i,
          unbind_i): Since things don't happen immediately in the
          WFMO_Reactor world, we must make sure that this request is not a
          duplicate.  If so we must ignore it.

        * ace/Asynch_Acceptor.cpp (open): Fixed addr type mismatch problem.

        * tests/UPIPE_SAP_Test.cpp (main): Make sure to close the socket
          in ACE_UPIPE_Acceptor.

        * tests/SPIPE_Test.cpp (server): Make sure to close the socket in
          ACE_SPIPE_Acceptor.

        * tests/SOCK_Test.cpp (spawn): Make sure to close the socket in
          ACE_SOCK_Acceptor.

        * tests/Reactor_Notify_Test.cpp (Supplier_Task): Make sure to
          close the pipe down.

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp (handle_input): Fixed ACE_DEBUG
          statement to pass the correct number of arguments.

        * tests/MT_SOCK_Test.cpp (spawn): Make sure to close the socket in
          ACE_SOCK_Acceptor.

        * tests/Reactor_Exceptions_Test.cpp (main): Make sure to close the
          socket in ACE_SOCK_Dgram.

        * tests/run_purify_tests.bat: Added "mkdir purify_results".

        * tests/run_tests.bat, run_purify_tests.bat: Changed explicit name
          of bat file (e.g., run_tests, run_purify_tests) to %0.  This
          will allow the bat file to be used from other directories.

        * ace/config-win32-common.h: Removed extraneous define of
          ACE_HAS_TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION.

Wed Nov 19 00:37:22 1997    <nw1@COYOTE>

        * ace/stdcpp.h: Changed to use "ace/OS.h" instead of using
          "ace/config.h" directly to avoid redefinition of user defined
          macros.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (close): Disable Win32 to delete
          ACE_Log_Msg::instance ().  On Win32, this should be done by
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup.

        * ace/OS.cpp (cleanup_tss): Enabled Win32 to call
          ACE_Log_Msg::close.  This is required to properly release
          resourses held by ACE_Log_Msg_Manager.

Tue Nov 18 19:28:36 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp (unbind),
          ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (handle_signal): Fixed a large number of
          bugs with non-portable "scope of the for loop counter"...
          Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/Thread_Manager: Added == and != operators for
          ACE_Thread_Descriptor to fix things with BORLANDC's template
          mechanism.  Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl>
          for reporting this.

        * ace/Select_Reactor: Added == and != operators for
          ACE_Event_Tuple to fix things with BORLANDC's template
          mechanism.  Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl>
          for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.i (tempnam): Fixed a typo -- WIN32 should be ACE_WIN32.
          Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/OS.h: Reordered the ACE_SEH_* macros so they work correctly
          with BORLANDC.  Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza
          <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

        * ace/OS: Added operator== and operator!= for ACE_Cleanup_Info so
          that it will work correctly with BORLANDC's template mechanism.
          Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/config-win32-common.h: Added
          ACE_HAS_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION for BORLANDC.  Thanks to
          Valik Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

        * ace/Filecache.cpp: Fixed a bug with BORLANDC.  Thanks to Valik
          Solorzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (crc32): Added some parens to the COMPUTE macro to
          make it easier to grok.  Thanks to Valik Solorzano Barboza
          <valik@xs4all.nl> for reporting this.

Tue Nov 18 16:27:32 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (log): Added a %D option to Log_Msg for
          "month/day/year hour:minute:second:microsecond". Thanks to John
          Mulhern <9107@MN3.LAWSON.lawson.com> for suggesting this.

        * ace/config-win32-common.h: If __ACE_INLINE__ is defined to be 0,
          we will undefine it.

Tue Nov 18 15:59:37 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/IOStream.cpp: In underflow() and overflow(), use base() to
          check for buffer in use in every case - not just without
          ACE_HAS_STANDARD_CPP_LIBRARY==1.  Thanks to James CE Johnson
          (jcej@lads.com) for this fix.

        * tests/MT_SOCK_Test.cpp: Allow the test to run even if not all of
          the proceses can be forked.

Tue Nov 18 15:27:37 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp: Reordered include files.  Thanks
          to Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no> for noticing the problem.

Tue Nov 18 11:40:18 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/IOStream.(cpp h): Added:   &&(ACE_HAS_STANDARD_CPP_LIBRARY != 0)
          to the #if defined (ACE_HAS_STANDARD_CPP_LIBRARY) lines to only use
          the new iostreams things if that's been selected by the config file.
          In ACE_Streambuf::overflow(), changed:
             if (!eback())  to    if (!pbase())

Tue Nov 18 08:23:53 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Thread_Pool_Test.cpp (open): Moved the activate() method
          from the Thread_Pool constructor to the open() hook since the
          Thread_Pool class invoked ACE_Task::activate, indirectly invokes
          Thread_Pool::svc.  There existed a miniscule probability this
          code would have crashed since on extremely broken C++ compilers
          the virtual member function Thread_Pool::svc may not correctly
          initialized in Thread_Pool constructor (i.e., it might point to
          ACE_Task_Base::svc() at this point).  The chance of this
          happening is incredibly remote, but it's still a good ideal to
          put the call in the open() method so we can check the return
          value in the application.  Thanks to Arturo for pointing this
          out.

Tue Nov 18 05:40:53 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (inet_aton): on Chorus only, use the native
          ::inet_aton ().  Thanks to Wei for pointing this out.

        * ace/OS.cpp (gethostby{addr,name}): on VxWorks only, don't htonl
          the input address because it already should be in network byte
          order.  Store the output address in network byte order.  Thanks
          to Wei for noticing this error.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: add -DACE_PURIFY to
          CFLAGS if purify make flag is set, and -DACE_QUANTIFY if
          quantify is set.  Thanks to Chris Cleeland for this suggestion.

        * ace/Memory_Pool.cpp (ACE_Shared_Memory_Pool): reordered
          initializers to match declaration order.

        * etc/purify.solaris2: added suppression of pthread_setcanceltype
          BSW.

Tue Nov 18 00:11:26 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.50, released Tue Nov 18 00:11:26 1997.

Mon Nov 17 22:35:22 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_malloc.cpp: Added some additional
          calls to Malloc::instance ()->remove () to cleanup all the
          semaphore locks.  Thanks to Tom Arbuckle
          <arbuckle@uran.informatik.uni-bonn.de> for reporting this.

        * ace/Memory_Pool.cpp (init_acquire): Fixed a problem caused by
          failing to initialize the minimum_bytes_ field in the
          ACE_Shared_Memory_Pool class.  Thanks to Tom Arbuckle
          <arbuckle@uran.informatik.uni-bonn.de> for reporting this.

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_malloc.cpp: Updated the Shared
          Malloc test program to use the Singleton Thread Manager.

Mon Nov 17 18:09:06 1997    <nw1@CUECA>

        * All eight different configurations of ACE passed all tests on
          our Alpha/NT.

Mon Nov 17 15:37:52 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/INET_Addr.cpp (get_host_name): on VxWorks only, moved
          ::hostGetByAddr code block to _after_ the check for the
          address being INADDR_ANY.  Without that check, get_host_name ()
          never returns the caller's own hostname.

        * netsvcs/lib/Makefile: the first line of the Local Target
          (Server_Logging_Handler.*) override mysteriously disappeared.

Mon Nov 17 02:09:57 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.49, released Mon Nov 17 02:09:57 1997.

Mon Nov 17 02:03:21 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/IOStream_T.cpp: Added a few more fixes for KCC C++ and its
          standard C++ library support.

Mon Nov 17 01:34:34 1997    <nw1@COYOTE>

        * netsvcs/servers/main.cpp (main): Removed daemon and changed to
          use the singleton service configurator.  Thanks to John Mulhern
          and Stephen Coy for tracing this down and Irfan for coming out
          with the fix.

Sun Nov 16 21:58:51 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/*.dsp, ace/*.dsp: Added Release, Unicode Debug, and
          Unicode Release versions for each of the tests.

          Also found out that precompiled headers take up insane
          amounts of disk space when used with ACE and also slows
          the compilation down.  I turned it off for the tests and
          for the ace libraries

Sun Nov 16 13:34:29 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp (fail_no_listener_nonblocking):
          Changed the line

          status = con.complete (sock);

          to

          if (sock.get_handle () != ACE_INVALID_HANDLE)
            status = con.complete (sock);

          The change worksaround a core dump due the the following
          conditions:

          - the find_another_host function in SOCK_Connector_Test comes
            up with the entry for an NT machine.

          - the ACE_OS::connect call at line 64 of SOCK_Connector.cpp
            "successfully" fails returning -1 but in this case
            errno is set to ECONNREFUSED.

          - Since errno is not EINPROGRESS or EWOULDBLOCK the
            ACE_SOCK_Stream 'new_stream' close member function is called
            which, besides closing the "handle", also sets it to
            ACE_INVALID_HANDLE.

          - Since the errno was ECONNREFUSED the 'if' test at line 97 of
            SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp is true and the next statement

            status = con.complete (sock);

            is called causing a core dump since sock.get_handle() is
            ACE_INVALID_HANDLE (-1 on Solaris).

          Thanks to Jack Erickson <jack@pinion.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/OS: Cast away the constness of the parameters to _tempnam()
          for Borland C++.  Thanks to Valik Solrzano Barboza
          <valik@xs4all.nl> for this.

        * ace/config-unixware-2.1.2-g++.h: Changed
          ACE_HAS_OSF1_GETTIMEOFDAY to ACE_HAS_SVR4_GETTIMEOFDAY.  Thanks
          to John Connett <jrc@skylon.demon.co.uk> for reporting this.

        * ace/SPIPE_Addr.cpp (set): Fixed a problem where we were
          potentially writing into character constants.  Thanks to Darrell
          Brunsch for finding this.

        * ace/Get_Opt.cpp (operator): We need to make sure that all uses
          of ACE_OS::strchr() are consistent with respect to const
          correctness.  Thanks to Darrell Brunsch for finding this.

        * ace/config-win32-common.h: Added a few minor changes for Borland
          C++.  Thanks to Valik Solrzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for
          this.

        * ace/Log_Record.cpp (print): Changed the formal parameter from
          "const char host_name[]" to "const char *hostname" so that we
          can assign this in the function if necessary.  Thanks to Valik
          Solrzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for this.

        * ace/OS.cpp: Moved the constructor for ACE_Cleanup_Info into the
          OS.cpp since it doesn't really need to be inline.

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (notify): Replaced a "sizeof
          ACE_Notification_Buffer" with "sizeof
          (ACE_Notification_Buffer)".  It's odd that the first approach
          (which is incorrect) isn't flagged by MSVC++...  Thanks to Valik
          Solrzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for this.

        * ace/OS.i (sema_init): Added an ACE_ALLOCATOR_RETURN in the
          appropriate spot.

        * ace/ACE.cpp: Moved the implementation of strsplit_r() into the
          ACE.cpp file since it's rather long...

        * ace/OS: To be more conformant to the standard C++ library,
          I've added a pair of methods for strstr(), strchr(), strrchr(),
          etc. e.g., the function signature strstr(const char*, const
          char*) is replaced by the two declarations:

          const char *strstr (const char* s1, const char* s2);
          char *strstr (char* s1, const char* s2);"

          Thanks to Valik Solrzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for this.

        * ace: Added "ace.idl", which is a config file for Borland C++
          5.x.  Thanks to Valik Solrzano Barboza <valik@xs4all.nl> for
          this.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_linux_kcc.GNU (SOFLAGS): Improved
          this file a bit to work better with NULL pointers.  Thanks to
          Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

        * examples/System_V_IPC/SV_Semaphores/Semaphores_1.cpp (main):
          Changed allocator to alloc to avoid conflicts with STL.  Thanks
          to Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/config-linux-kcc.h: Added some fixes for the KCC compiler.
          Thanks to Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/IOStream: Added fixes for the standard C++ library.  Thanks
          to Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

Sat Nov 15 17:31:58 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * Ran "make depend" on all of ACE.

Sat Nov 15 15:55:52 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp: Removed the writer->peer().close()
          call from client() that I added yesterday.  ACE_Svc_Handler::destroy
          will end up doing the close - thanks to Irfan for pointing this out.

Sat Nov 15 01:31:58 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.48, released Sat Nov 15 01:31:58 1997.

Fri Nov 14 23:36:12 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/{OS,ACE}.{h,i} (strsplit_r): Moved strsplit_r from ACE_OS to
          ACE, which is where it should go.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (ldfind): Changed uses of strsplit_r to be scoped
          under ACE rather than ACE_OS.

Fri Nov 14 22:57:04 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-vxworks*.h: added ACE_LACKS_NETDB_REENTRANT_FUNCTIONS.
          This is necessary for the gethostby{addr,name}_r support added
          yesterday.

Fri Nov 14 18:42:23 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp: Fixed client to close its socket
          before exiting from the thread/process.

Fri Nov 14 17:41:40 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i: Fixed some typos in strsplit_r().

        * ace/OS.h: Moved the ACE_ALLOCATOR* stuff from Malloc_T.h to
          OS.h, which is where it belongs.

        * examples/Reactor/Dgram: Reformatted some of the example
          code to make it more readable.

Fri Nov 14 17:08:00 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (strsplit_r): Added fixes so that this properly returns
          the last piece.  Thanks to Scott Herscher <scott@expersoft.com> for
          submitting this!  Also beefed up the comments.

        * ace/OS.h: Added definitions to work around VxWorks' lack of
          proper ANSI C/C++ prototypes for the functions found in
          <arpa/inet.h>.  The definitions were taken from Solaris 2.5.1, but
          appear to work just fine.  For now this is only in effect when
          compiling with the Green Hills (ghs) environment, but it should
          probably be used for others (such as g++) as well.

Fri Nov 14 01:10:33 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.47, released Fri Nov 14 01:10:33 1997.

Fri Nov 14 00:14:21 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.* (gethostbyaddr_r,gethostbyname_r): added VxWorks
          support.

Thu Nov 13 20:29:18 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.46, released Thu Nov 13 20:29:18 1997.

Thu Nov 13 19:11:36 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-sunos5.4.*: Solaris 2.4 doesn't support the ualarm()
          call unless you use the (broken) /usr/ucb/cc compiler.  Here's a
          patch for $ACE_ROOT/ace/config-sunos5.4-sunc++-4.x.h to fix the
          problem.  Thanks to Caleb Epstein
          <epstein_caleb_unix@jpmorgan.com> for reporting this.

Thu Nov 13 19:25:50 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_irix6.x-sgic++.GNU:
          Updated comment on when should the user disable the use of
          -lpthread

Thu Nov 13 18:18:16 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/Containers.h, Containers.cpp, Hash_Map_Manager.cpp, Malloc_T.h:
          Removed the conditional code for the macro
          ACE_HAS_HPUX_ACC_BROKEN_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR.  The workaround for
          this compiler bug is to remove "this->" from the object pointer
          used in the ACE_DES_FREE_TEMPLATE macro invocation.  This compiler
          bug is HP case SR5003396259 for future reference.

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-hpc++.h: Added ACE_HAS_ANSI_CASTS; removed
          ACE_HAS_HPUX_ACC_BROKEN_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR (both for aC++ only).

        * ace/README: Removed ACE_HAS_HPUX_ACC_BROKEN_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR, as
          it is no longer used.

Thu Nov 13 16:51:40 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/OS.h:  Added two new macros ACE_FACTORY_DECLARE and
          ACE_FACTORY_DEFINE.  Changed definitions of
          ACE_SVC_FACTORY_DECLARE AND ACE_SVC_FACTORY_DEFINE to use these
          two macros.  Refer to changes of the ACE_Export related macros
          below, you can now declare/define your service factories as,

               ACE_FACTORY_DECLARE (FOOBAR, fac_class);
               ACE_FACTORY_DEFINE (FOOBAR, fac_class);

          This will ensure they get define properly and proper decoration
          will be added.

Thu Nov 13 16:52:31 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: Removed all ! defined
          (ACE_HAS_FSU_PTHREAD).  Thanks to ARTURO MONTES
          <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting this.

        * ace/config-gcc-2.7.2.h: Added ACE_HAS_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION.
          Thanks to ARTURO MONTES <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting
          this.

        * ace/config-fsu-pthread.h: added ACE_LACKS_THREAD_PROCESS_SCOPING.
          Thanks to ARTURO MONTES <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting
          this.

        * ace/OS.h: Separate definition of proper export flag for
          platforms from setting these flags for building/not building
          DLL.  I keep ACE_Export and ACE_Svc_Export to remain backward
          compatibality but now, they are defined using the new "common"
          definition.  This changes is made in hope that it will simplify
          codes generated by TAO_IDL compiler.

          Several new directives are added to these file.  These common
          directives will be set to proper values (macros) according to
          the platform we use.  They are:

                ACE_Proper_Export_Flag
                ACE_Proper_Import_Flag
                ACE_EXPORT_SINGLETON_DECLATATION(T)
                ACE_IMPORT_SINGLETON_DECLARATION(T)
                ACE_PROPER_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION(T)

          I use them to define ACE_Export and ACE_Svc_Export.  I hope it
          is easier to define your own export decoration flag now.  Here
          is an example.  Say you want to define an export flag for your
          DLL file : foobar.dll.  First, you need to add the following to
          a common header file:

          // Here are definition for FOO_BAR library.
          #if defined (FOOBAR_HAS_DLL) && (FOOBAR_HAS_DLL == 1)
          #  if defined (FOOBAR_BUILD_DLL)
          #    define FOOBAR_Export ACE_Proper_Export_Flag
          #    define FOOBAR_SINGLETON_DECLARATION(T) ACE_EXPORT_SINGLETON_DECLARATION (T)
          #    define FOOBAR_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION(T) ACE_PROPER_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION (T)
          #  else
          #    define FOOBAR_Export ACE_Proper_Import_Flag
          #    define FOOBAR_SINGLETON_DECLARATION(T) ACE_IMPORT_SINGLETON_DECLARATION (T)
          #    define FOOBAR_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION(T)
          #  endif /* FOOBAR_BUILD_DLL */
          #else /* ! FOOBAR_HAS_DLL */
          #  define FOOBAR_Export
          #  define FOOBAR_SINGLETON_DECLARATION(T)
          #  define FOOBAR_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION(T)
          #endif /* FOOBAR_HAS_DLL */

          Be sure to include "ace/OS.h" before these definitions so that
          the macros they use will be properly initialized.  After you've
          done this, on Win32, define "FOOBAR_HAS_DLL=1" if you want to
          build DLL, define it as "FOOBAR_HAS_DLL=0" if you want to build
          static library.  In your library project file, you must define
          the directives FOOBAR_BUILD_DLL and decorate classes/objects you
          want to export with FOOBAR_Export so that they can be declared
          automatically according whether you are building/linking with
          static library or dynamic library.

Thu Nov 13 05:47:42 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: added ACE_TSS_Singleton<ACE_Dynamic,
          ACE_Null_Mutex> instantiation, for the recent Svc_Handler
          change.

        * ace/Object_Manager.h (default_mask): moved out of ACE_MT_SAFE
          protection.

        * ace/OS.{h,i},config-vxworks-ghs-1.8.h,README (strlen,strcpy):
          protect declarations of wchar versions with
          ACE_HAS_WCHAR_TYPEDEFS_CHAR.  GreenHills typedefs wchar to char.

        * ace/Singleton.cpp: register ACE_TSS_Singletons for cleanup with
          Object_Manager.

        * ace/OS.{i,cpp} (gethostbyaddr): added VxWorks support.

Thu Nov 13 02:06:58 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Signal.i: Changed to use new Object Manager member.

        * ace/Object_Manager.cpp: Added a new member to the Object
        Manager--default_mask.  This is the default signal mask employed
        by ACE_Sig_Set.  Moving the object into the OM saves cycles b/c we
        only construct it once and just re-use every time.

        * ace/Handle_Set.cpp: Added two new macros--ACE_DIV_BY_WORDSIZE and
        ACE_MULT_BY_WORDSIZE--which either divide or multiply the argument
        by ACE_Handle_Set::WORDSIZE.  The manner in which this is
        accomplished is governed by the #define
        ACE_USE_SHIFT_FOR_EFFICIENCY--when defined, ACE tries to use
        shifts to implement multiplication and division rather than actual
        multiply and divide operations.  Currently this is disabled.

Wed Nov 12 19:13:05 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Svc_Handler: Changed hand written tss singleton to
          ACE_TSS_Singleton.  Lot of (unnecessary) code disappeared.
          Thanks to David Levine for suggesting this.

        * ace/Object_Manager: Removed ACE_SVC_HANDLER_LOCK.

Wed Nov 12 16:29:15 1997  Sumedh Mungee  <sumedh@lindy.cs.wustl.edu>

        * platform_netbsd.GNU: added /usr/lib/c++rtO.o to SOBUILD to
          insure that static objects' ctors are called.

Wed Nov 12 00:20:38 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.{i,cpp} (inet_ntoa): use VxWorks' native inet_ntoa.  It's
          not documented but it works.

        * ace/OS.cpp (gethostbyname): on VxWorks, load static first_addr on
          every call, not just the first.

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU: removed extra "fi" in
          install operation.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sunos5_sunc++.GNU: removed +w from
          CFLAGS because it generates too many spurious warnings.

        * ace/TTY_IO.cpp (control): commented out unused local variable
          c_line.  Thanks to Amos Shapira <amos@gezernet.co.il> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/OS.{h,i} (hostname): added Chorus support.  Thanks to Wei
          for the patches.

Tue Nov 11 23:44:17 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.45, released Tue Nov 11 23:44:17 1997.

Tue Nov 11 21:26:36 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@lindy.cs.wustl.edu>

        * platform_sunos5_sunc++.GNU, platform_irix6.x-sgic++.GNU, rules.local.GNU:
          Added some minor fixes.

Tue Nov 11 20:18:27 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * Makefile: Added the tests and netsvcs directory to
          RELEASE_LIB_FILES since this is pretty important to determine
          whether ACE works.  Thanks to Chuck Gehr and Steve Coy for this
          suggestion.

        * tests/UNIXclerk.conf: Changed "merengue" to "localhost."
          Thanks to Steve Coy for this suggestion.

        * ace/config-lynxos.h (getopt): Missing 't' from const => see
          getopt prototype parameter list.  Thanks to Manojkumar Acharya
          <mja@cvsf325.gpt.co.uk>.

Tue Nov 11 08:09:16 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (inet_aton): declare local ip_addr as an ACE_UINT32
          instead of a long.  Real programmers have 64-bit longs.

        * ace/INET_Addr.cpp (get_host_name): added ACE_UNUSED_ARG (len);
          for VxWorks only.

Tue Nov 11 13:19:46 1997  Torbjorn Lindgren  <tl@funcom.com>

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU: Fixed so that the ACE
        makefiles doesn't create circular symlinks (happens if
        something fails when building libACE.* with "make -k", or when
        doing parallel builds). It's now possible to do parallel
        builds of libACE.* without having to clean up a mess afterwards.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_irix6.x-sgic++.GNU: Removed
        .so build with links instead (ace/apps/examples/tests and my own
        programs all work well with this, and the manual seems to suggest
        that it hasn't ever been necessary on this platform)

        * ace/config-irix6.x-sgic++-nothreads.h: Added
        ACE_HAS_XPG4_MULTIBYTE_CHAR for SGI IRIX 6.[2-5].

Tue Nov 11 04:50:06 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Reactor/Multicast/server.cpp (handle_timeout): Fixed a
          typo.  Thanks to Sandro Doro <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for
          reporting this.

Tue Nov 11 04:20:09 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.44, released Tue Nov 11 04:20:09 1997.

Tue Nov 11 01:44:39 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * examples/Naming/test_open.cpp (main): Added a new naming test
          that binds to the net_local server and tries to bind entries to
          it.

        * netsvcs/lib/Name_Handler.cpp: Added a new class called
          Naming_Context.  This helper class adds the correct default
          constructor to the ACE_Naming_Context class so that we can use
          it in ACE_Singleton.

          Previously, each Name_Handler was getting its own
          Naming_Context.  This is obviously incorrect as the mapping
          address in already occupied by the first Name_Handler.
          Therefore, the Naming_Context was changed into a Singleton
          accessable by all Name_Handlers.

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (handle_additions && handle_deletions):
          Changed code to make sure that we should not make the upcall
          until all the internal data structures have been updated.  This
          is to protect against upcalls that try to deregister again.

Tue Nov 11 01:28:50 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.43, released Tue Nov 11 01:28:50 1997.

Mon Nov 10 21:30:04 1997  Aniruddha Gokhale  <gokhale@mambo.cs.wustl.edu>

        * INET_Addr.cpp: In the ACE_INET_Addr::get_host_name (char
        hostname[], size_t len) method, an unnecessary local variable
        called "name" was being used and the actual parameter "hostname"
        was never getting updated. The local variable is now removed and
        we use the actual parameter everywhere.

Mon Nov 10 20:44:43 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * etc/ACE-guidelines.html: Added a section for ACE Design Rules,
          and added a design rule about sentinels.

Mon Nov 10 18:11:05 1997  Sumedh Mungee  <sumedh@lindy.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Singleton.h (ACE_TSS_Singleton): Changed ACE_TSS<TYPE> to
          ACE_TSS_TYPE (TYPE), so that the ACE_TSS_TYPE macro (defined in
          OS.h) gets used. (Irfan's suggestion.)

Mon Nov 10 17:02:40 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h: Reformatted the #ifdef structure of the
          ACE_HAS_XPG4_MULTIBYTE_CHAR to conform to ACE usage.

        * ace/Service_Repository.cpp: The close() method needed a '\n' in
          one of the debug messages.  Thanks to Steve Coy for reporting
          this.

Mon Nov 10 14:09:24 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/OS.h, OS.i, README:  Added new macro, ACE_HAS_XPG4_MULTIBYTE_CHAR
          for platforms which supply wchar.h and wide character functions.
          Added the use if it in OS.h, and use the functions in OS.i,
          strlen and strcpy with wchar_t arguments.

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x.h, config-aix-4.2.x.h, config-mvs.h,
          config-sunos5.5-sunc++-4.x.h: Added ACE_HAS_XPG4_MULTIBYTE_CHAR.

Mon Nov 10 13:33:02 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_WRITE_GUARD): Added macros for ACE_WRITE_GUARD and
          ACE_READ_GUARD. Thanks to Brian Raven <Brian.Raven@liffe.com>
          for suggesting this.

        * tests/Thread_Mutex_Test.cpp: Modified version of Mutex_Test that
          exclusively works on a Thread_Mutex.

        * tests/Mutex_Test.cpp: Removed this test.  It have been
          superseded by Thread_Mutex_Test and Process_Mutex_Test.

        * ace/OS.i (thread_mutex_trylock): Fixed the return value and
          errno for this system call such that it is consistent with other
          trylock calls.

Mon Nov 10 10:21:55 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/INET_Addr.cpp: updated gethostbyname/addr support for
          Chorus.  Thanks to Wei Chiang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for
          the patches for this fix.

        * ace/config-chorus.h: disabled ACE_LACKS_SOCKETPAIR.  Thanks
          to Wei for this fix, also.

        * tests/Thread_Mutex_Test.cpp (test): don't compile this function
          if ACE_HAS_THREADS is not defined.

        * tests/IOStream_Test.cpp (main): removed extra % at end of
          ACE_ERROR_RETURN message.

        * etc/ace_ld,include/makeinclude/platform_vxworks5.x_g++.GNU:
          added ace_ld, a drop-in replacement for ld that supports munching.
          We need to munch for VxWorks/g++.

        * ACE-INSTALL.html: updated VxWorks info to mention requirement
          for perl with VxWorks/g++.  And, LD_LIBRARY_PATH must be set
          to find the ACE libraries on the host if using TAO.

Sun Nov 09 23:29:43 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.42, released Sun Nov 09 23:29:43 1997.

Sun Nov 09 22:18:30 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/config-win32-common.h (ACE_HAS_ANSI_CASTS): VC++ compilers
          support ANSI style casts.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_static_cast): Added ANSI style cast macros to ACE.
          Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for suggesting this.

Sun Nov  9 21:34:16 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS: Enhanced ACE_OS so that it *always* defines
          implementations for the wchar_t versions of strlen() and
          strcpy(), even if the platform doesn't explicitly support
          UNICODE.  This is necessary since TAO needs these functions.

        * ace/OS.h: Added a typedef for wchar_t to handle the case where
          the OS doesn't support UNICODE.

        * ace/ACE.cpp: Added hex character routines from TAO since they
          are generally useful.

        * ace/OS.h: Moved the TAO-specific #defines into TAO, where they
          belong.  Thanks to David Levine and Chris Cleeland for insisting
          on this...

Sun Nov 09 17:55:50 1997    <nw1@COYOTE>

        * examples/ASX/Event_Server/Event_Server/Peer_Router.cpp (open):
          Removed codes that reset a socket's non-blocking flag.  This has
          been taken care of by ACE_Acceptor::activate_svc_handler now and
          resetting this flag twice on NT caused us grief.  Thanks to
          Georges Ata <George_ata@srt.ccmail.compuserve.com> for reporting
          the bug.

        * ace/ACE.i (hex2byte,nibble2hex): Replaced ACE_INLINE to inline
          for these two functions.  Functions in this file are always
          inlined.

        * ace/config-win32-common.h (ACE_LACKS_RLIMIT): Added this flags
          so we don't need to treat ACE_WIN32 specially.

        * ace/OS.i (getrlimit,setrlimit): Removed unnecessary conditional
          flag ACE_WIN32.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (wait): Merged the two blocks within this
          function so that we can avoid relase/acquire lock
          unnecessarily.  Thanks to Doug for his careful scrutiny.

Sun Nov 09 09:27:24 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_manager.cpp (wait): removed unused local,
          threads_waited_on.

Sat Nov 08 23:20:50 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.41, released Sat Nov 08 23:20:50 1997.

Sat Nov  8 15:46:30 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/INET_Addr.cpp: Enhanced the get_host_name() functions so
          that if the sin_addr.s_addr == INADDR_ANY we assume that we're a
          server, and we return our "hostname".

        * Added a number of minor fixes for UNIXWARE with G++.  Thanks to
          Michael Rueger <m_rueger@syscomp.de> for reporting these.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.h: Both Irix5 and VxWorks have problems with
          local typedefs with GCC.  Thanks to Laura Paterno
          <lpaterno@d0chb.fnal.gov> for reporting this.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp: Changed some errant uses of lock_
          to mutex_.  Thanks to David Levine for reporting this.

        * ace/ACE.cpp: set_handle_limit() was buggy because it never
          increased the handle limit.  With this change we do not need
          special code in ACE_Select_Reactor with ACE_LACKS_RLIMIT because
          this is managed in ACE::set_handle_limit.  Thanks to Arturo for
          this fix.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp (open): We no longer need to
          conditionally compile for ACE::set_handle_limit().  Thanks to
          Arturo for this fix.

Fri Nov  7 18:53:13 1997  Sumedh Mungee  <sumedh@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-netbsd.h: Added file for NetBSD 1.2G.

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp (fail_no_listener_nonblocking):
          Added ECONNREFUSED as a "valid failure", alongwith EWOULDBLOCK.

        * ace/OS.i (msync): msync on NetBSD takes only two parameters as
          opposed to the usual three. (It doesnt have the "flags"
          parameter.)  The ACE_HAS_BROKEN_NETBSD_MSYNC flag works around
          that.

Fri Nov  7 16:04:35 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: Added a missing '>' for one of the
          template specializations.  Thanks to Torbjorn Lindgren
          <tl@funcom.no> for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.cpp: ACE_OS::ACE_OS is defined in OS.cpp, which causes
          the compiler to complain about multiple definitions.  Other
          ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE doesn't have constructors, which is why
          they work.  Thanks to Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no> for
          reporting this.

Fri Nov 07 15:14:51 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Threads/tss1.cpp: replaced ACE_SYNCH_1 and _2 with
          _DECL and _USE.

        * ace/config-linux{,-common}.h: created config-linux-common.h
          and moved alpha-specific defines to it.

        * ace/FILE_Addr.cpp (set): explicitly declare int return type.

        * performance-tests/Misc/preempt.cpp (get_options): DEC CXX didn't
          like conversion of -1 to u_int, so changed return type to int and
          all ACE_ERROR_RETURNs to return -1.

Fri Nov 07 10:05:12 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.40, released Fri Nov 07 10:05:12 1997.

Fri Nov  7 09:58:09 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Connector.cpp (fini): Added a call to
          ACE_Map_Manager::close() in fini() since the destructor may not
          be called.  Thanks to Eric C. Newton <ecn@smart.net> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/{FILE,SPIPE}_Addr.cpp (set): Added a return value.  Thanks
          to Marios Zikos <zikos@csi.forth.gr> for reporting this.

Fri Nov 07 02:45:55 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.39, released Fri Nov 07 02:45:55 1997.

Fri Nov  7 01:06:08 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Message_Queue: Added a new method called deactivated(),
          which returns true if the queue has been deactivated.  Thanks to
          Wei Chiang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for reporting this.

        * ace/{config-chorus.h,OS.cpp}: Added a new macro called
          ACE_CHORUS_DEFAULT_MIN_STACK_SIZE.  Thanks to Wei Chiang
          <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for reporting this.

        * ace/DEV_Addr.cpp,
          ace/FILE_Addr.cpp,
          ace/SPIPE_Addr.cpp,
          ace/INET_Addr.cpp,
          ace/UNIX_Addr.cpp: Fixed the set(const Foo &) method so that
          it correctly detects cases where we're passed in a
          ACE_Addr::sap_any.  This is a total hack...

        * ace/{OS.h,Addr.cpp}: Added a new AF_ANY flag, which is set to -1.

Thu Nov  6 23:05:14 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * Changed the obtusely named ACE_SYNCH_1 and ACE_SYNCH_2 macros to
          ACE_SYNCH_DECL and ACE_SYNCH_USE, respectively.  Thanks to Mike
          Kamrad <J.M.KAMRAD.II@cdev.com> for suggesting this.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp, ace/ACE.cpp: Broaded the comparison so
          that we only try to use {set|get}rlimit() if ACE_LACKS_RLIMIT is
          *false*.  Thanks to Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/Object_Manager: Added support for
          get_singleton_lock(ACE_Mutex *).  Thanks to Arturo Montes
          <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting this.

        * ace/Connector.cpp: If connect_n() fails make sure to return -1.
          Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for pointing out the
          problem.

        * ace/config-sco-5.0.0.h: Removed the ACE_LACKS_RLIMIT flag.
          Thanks to Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting
          this.

        * tests: Changed all uses of "localhost" to
          ACE_DEFAULT_SERVER_HOST.  This solves some problems with MVS.
          Thanks to Chuck Gehr <gehr@sweng.stortek.com> for reporting
          this.

        * examples/Timer_Queue: Changed COMMAND to CMD so it won't
          conflict with the HP/YUX compiler.  Thanks to Sandro Doro
          <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for reporting this.

Thu Nov 06 22:13:01 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * examples/Connection/blocking/SPIPE-connector.cpp (init): Fixed
          odd looking typecast.

        * ace: Changed the comparison &local_sap == &ACE_Addr::sap_any to
          local_sap == ACE_Addr::sap_any.  Thanks to Steve Coy
          <stevec@magna.com.au> for pointing out that the default
          parameter const ACE_Addr &local_sap = ACE_Addr::sap_any will
          cause a copy of sap_any to be made and passed to the method,
          invalidating the memory address comparison.

          The following files were effected:

          Asynch_Acceptor.cpp
          SOCK_Acceptor.cpp
          SOCK_CODgram.cpp
          SOCK_Dgram.cpp
          TLI_Acceptor.cpp
          TLI_Connector.cpp

        * ace/Addr.cpp: Made sure that the type and size of
          ACE_Addr::sap_any does not match the type and size of any other
          Addr type.  This is necessary for local_addr==ACE_Addr::sap_any
          to return 0 when local_addr is anything other than
          ACE_Addr::sap_any.

        * ace/Synch_T.h: Fixed all the ACE_SYNCH_* defines.  Thanks to
          Matthias Kerkhoff <make@cs.tu-berlin.de> for pointing the
          problems.

Thu Nov 06 18:30:42 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/Addr.(h i), DEV_Addr.(h i), FILE_Addr.(h i), INET_Addr.(h
          cpp), SPIPE_Addr.(h i), UNIX_Addr.(h i): Changed the operators
          == and != to be non-virtual, and to accept the 'sap' argument as
          its own type (not ACE_Addr for all of them).  The
          implementations of the operators compare type-specific data
          without having to check the inherited type member.  Thanks to
          Steve Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> and Irfan and Nanbor for a huge
          amount of work on these changes.  *** NOTE - there is still some
          SOCK_Connector problems related to these changes on HP-UX.  The
          hunt continues.

        * ace/Connector.cpp (connect_n): return -1 if any of the connect
          attempts fail.

        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp: Don't crash if any of the
          client's connect attempts fail.

        * ace/Reactor.h: Added #include "ace/Handle_Set.h" - AIX needs the
          class definition when generating templates in programs.

        * tests/Map_Manager_Test.cpp: Don't even try if the compiler doesn't
          have template specialization working correctly.

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.h: Added #include "ace/SOCK_Stream.h"
          so AIX could generate template code correctly.

        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp: Moved class definitions out to
          Reactor_Performance_Test.h (new file) to allow AIX to generate
          templates.

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp: Added a couple more checks to make
          sure the local host is not the test target, and changed from using
          port 4242 to 42000 (there is actually a program on AIX which listens
          at port 4242).

        * tests/Thread_Manager_Test.cpp: Moved a class definition out to
          Thread_Manager_Test.h (new file) to allow AIX to use it in template
          generation.

        * tests/Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: Limit the number of iterations to 2000.

Thu Nov  6 16:51:36 1997  Sumedh Mungee  <sumedh@lindy.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp (find_another_host): Added
          ACE_NETBSD to the #if define around gethostent.

Thu Nov 06 00:08:01 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.38, released Thu Nov 06 00:08:01 1997.

Wed Nov  5 21:32:36 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Service_Repository.cpp (close): Looking in the
          Service_Repository while shutting it down does really bad
          things.  Some careful changes to the loop in
          Service_Repository::close() fixed this.  Thanks to Eric
          C. Newton <ecn@smart.net> for reporting this.

        * Added new support for SCO UNIX with no threads.  Thanks to
          Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting this.

Wed Nov 05 20:31:36 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Connector.cpp (close): Added an explicit close() method for
          the Strategy_Connector.  This closes down all Strategy_Connector
          specific things and then calls close() on the base class.  Also
          modified the destructor to call this routine.

Wed Nov  5 17:09:05 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (cleanup_tss): Rearranged how TSS'es get cleanup on
          Win32.  This was causing a tiny memory leak on NT.

Wed Nov  5 15:03:31 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp}:  Changed the data type of
          terminated_thr_queue_ back to
          ACE_Unbounded_Queue<ACE_Thread_Descriptor>.

Wed Nov 05 14:16:27 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/OS.i (mutex_trylock): Fixed code for ACE_HAS_DCE_DRAFT4_THREADS
          (HP-UX) to process the returned status correctly.  Thanks to
          Robert Head <rhead@virtc.com> for reporting this.

Wed Nov 05 13:01:49 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.cpp (daemonize): added ACE_UNUSED_ARG (close_all_handles)
          if ACE_LACKS_FORK.

Wed Nov 05 01:06:53 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.37, released Wed Nov 05 01:06:53 1997.

Tue Nov 04 23:11:41 1997    <nw1@COYOTE>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.h: Added an ACE_Unbounded_Queue to
          collect threads that need to be removed.  We can no longer
          remove thread descriptors directly from <thr_list_> because that
          would clobber the integrity of the double-linked list.  Changed
          the data type of <terminated_thr_queue_> from
          ACE_Unbounded_Queue<ACE_Thread_Descriptor> to
          ACE_Unbounded_Queue<ACE_Descriptor*> to reduce the codes
          generated.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp:  Reordered several thread operations so they
          won't remove thread descriptor directly while traversing the
          <thr_list_>.  Removed #ifdef <VXWORKS> from template
          instantiation section because now VxWorks needs it too.

        * ace/Container.{h,cpp}:  Added more check on validities of passed in
          node to ACE_Double_Linked_List::remove_element.  Also changed
          the function to reset a node's <prev_> and <next_> to prevent
          double removal of a node, which messes up the list structure.

        * ace/ace_{dll,lib}.dsp: Excluded Acceptor.cpp from make
          explicitly.  Moving this file to "template file folder" was not
          enough.

Tue Nov  4 18:03:51 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-sco*.h: Added #define ACE_DEFAULT_CLOSE_ALL_FILES 0
          to the SCO Unix config files.

        * ace/ACE.cpp: Added a new macro called
          ACE_DEFAULT_CLOSE_ALL_FILES to workaround a bug with SCO Unix.
          Thanks to Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting
          this.

        * The ACE developer's drinking song:

          100 little bugs in the code,
          100 bugs in the code,
          fix one bug, compile it again,
          101 little bugs in the code.
          101 little bugs in the code.....

          Thanks to Steve Huston for appreciating the humor in this ;-).

        * ace/Containers.cpp (insert_head): Added some minor stylistic
          fixes.

        * apps/Gateway/Gateway/Event_Channel.cpp (initiate_acceptor):
          Changed

          if (ACE_Reactor::instance ()->register_handler
              (&this->acceptor_, ACE_Event_Handler::ACCEPT_MASK) == -1)

          to:

          if (this->acceptor_.open(this->options ().acceptor_port_,
            ACE_Reactor::instance (), this->options ().blocking_semantics_) == -1)

          Thanks to Ganesh Pai <gpai@voicetek.com> for reporting this.

        * apps/Gateway/Gateway/Gateway.cpp (parse_args): Changed

          ACE_Get_Opt get_opt (argc, argv, "abC:cdP:pq:t:vw:", 0);

          to:

          ACE_Get_Opt get_opt (argc, argv, "abC:cdP:p:q:t:vw:", 0);

          Thanks to Ganesh Pai <gpai@voicetek.com> for reporting this.

Tue Nov  4 18:13:52 1997  Sergio Flores  <sergio@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (cancel):
        Initialized act pointer variable to 0, which was causing
        core dump in linux.  In general, all pointers should be
        initialized.  This should have been warned by the compiler.
        Thanks to Sandro Doro <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for
        pointing this out.

Tue Nov  4 11:14:35 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Containers.cpp: Fixed some stylistic ambiguities.

Tue Nov 04 10:12:21 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_hpux.GNU: added +a1 to CFLAGS
          to select ANSI C, instead of the default K+R C.  This is
          required with the current ace/Object_Manager.cpp, because
          it initialized autos using aggregates (via the
          ACE_STATIC_SVC_DEFINE macro).  Thanks to Neil B. Cohen
          <nbc@metsci.com> for helping to sort this out.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: changed
          another lock () to mutex ().

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: added MT_SOCK_Test.

Tue Nov 04 04:13:23 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.36, released Tue Nov 04 04:13:23 1997.

Tue Nov 04 03:50:57 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Addr.i (operator == && operator !=): Comparison of
          sap.addr_type_ should be with this->addr_type_ and not with 0.

Mon Nov  3 23:18:33 1997  Sergio Flores  <sergio@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Synch_T.cpp (dump): change the field lock_ to mutex_.

Mon Nov  3 22:37:58 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_Wheel_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_List_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Hash_T.cpp:  Changed the use of lock_ to mutex_.

        * ace/OS.cpp (cleanup_tss): Added TSS cleanup codes for Win32 when
          non-main threads are exiting.  Without them, Thread_Manager won't
          cleanup its thread table correctly.

        * ace/SV_Semaphore_Complex.cpp (close): Changed to return 0
          only when this->key_ == -1 instead of <= -1.  This was causing
          semaphore leaks on Solaris.

        * ace/UNIX_Addr.i (operator ==):
        * ace/SPIPE_Addr.i (operator ==):
        * ace/FILE_Addr.i (operator ==):
        * ace/DEV_Addr.i (operator ==):
        * ace/INET_Addr.cpp (operator ==):  Added checking for the same
          Addr types for addresses under comparison.  Thanks to Stephen
          Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for pointing out the problem.

Mon Nov 03 18:32:42 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@MILONGA>

        * ace/Proactor.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Heap_T.cpp:
        * ace/Synch_T.h:
        * ace/Synch_T.cpp:
        * ace/Atomic_Op.i:
          Changed the method name from lock() to mutex(), otherwise the
          lame HP/C++ compiler gets completely confused. Also changed the
          field from lock_ to mutex_

Mon Nov  3 17:15:17 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/OS.h: Removed "class ace_dewarn_gplusplus;" from the
          ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE macro.  Produces warnings on AIX and
          shouldn't be needed.

Mon Nov  3 15:49:18 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Connector.cpp (connect): "Fixed" so that the service handler
          pointer passed in by the caller doesn't change until the connect
          completes without errors.

Mon Nov 03 08:15:21 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Managed_Object.[hi] (get_preallocated_{object,array}):
          inlined function definitions into the class header so that
          it compiles on AIX 4.1 w/ xlC 3.01.  Thanks to Bob Lyng
          <rlyng@synertech.highmark.com> for reporting this problem,
          at to Steve H. for testing the fix.

        * include/makeinclude/{platform_linux*.GNU,wrapper_macros.GNU},
          netsvcs/lib/Makefile: suppress -g when compiling ace/Timer_Hash.cpp
          and netsvcs/lib/Server_Logging_Handler.cpp on Linux only.
          (It really only needs to be suppressed on Linux/Alpha.)

        * apps/Gateway/Gateway: protect instantiation of
          ACE_Svc_Handler<ACE_SOCK_STREAM, ACE_MT_SYNCH>
          with ACE_HAS_THREADS.

        * ace/{Naming_Context.cpp,Service_Config.cpp,Object_Manager.cpp}:
          moved ACE_Naming_Service and ACE_Service_Manager static service
          objects to ACE_Object_Manager.

          With this change, the ACE library no longer has any static
          objects that require destruction.

        * ace/Object_Manager.h: added documenation of
          ACE_HAS_NONSTATIC_OBJECT_MANAGER config #define.

        * performance-tests/Misc/preempt.cpp: cleaned up cleanup so that
          it compiles cleanly.

Sun Nov 02 18:09:14 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.35, released Sun Nov 02 18:09:14 1997.

Sun Nov  2 15:31:45 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Select_Reactor.i (cancel_timer): Make sure that we don't try
          to call cancel() through a NULL this->timer_queue_.  Thanks to
          Stephen Coy <stevec@wsa.com.au> for reporting this.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (set_handle_limit): Fixed a subtle bug that occurs
          if the OS doesn't like non-initialized rlimit structs.  Thanks
          to Stephen Coy <stevec@wsa.com.au> for reporting this.

        * examples/System_V_IPC/SV_Semaphores/Semaphores_2.cpp (main):
          Renamed allocator to my_alloc to work around wonderful STL and
          GCC problems...  Thanks to Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for
          reporting this.

        * examples/System_V_IPC/SV_Semaphores/Semaphores_1.cpp: Removed
          unused constant SHMSZ.  Thanks to Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for
          reporting this.

        * examples/Reactor/Misc/test_time_value.cpp (operator<<): Removed
          the "dec" stream manipulator since it isn't portable.  Thanks to
          Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

        * performance-tests/Misc/preempt.cpp (main): Cleaned up this test
          so it compiles on non-threaded platforms.  Thanks to Ben Eng
          <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/main_*.cpp (main): std::auto_ptr does not
          have an operator= that accepts a raw pointer.  Therefore, we
          must assign raw pointers to an auto_ptr via the constructor.
          Thanks to Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

        * apps/Gateway/Gateway/Proxy_Handler.cpp: Make sure we distinguish
          between ACE_NULL_SYNCH and ACE_MT_SYNCH since these will be
          different on all platforms, whereas ACE_SYNCH will be the same
          as ACE_NULL_SYNCH on platforms without threads.  Thanks to Ben
          Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting this.

        * ace: Removed lots of uses of NULL and replaced them with 0.
          This works around bugs with lame C++ compilers that treat NULL
          as (void *).  Thanks to Ben Eng <ben@jetpen.com> for reporting
          this.

        * ace/Thread.i (spawn): Replaced "stack" with "thr_stack" to work
          around bugs with lame C++ compilers and STL.  Thanks to Evgeny
          Beskrovny <evgeny_beskrovny@icomverse.com> for reporting this.

Sat Nov  1 11:55:05 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-irix5.3-g++.h,
          ace/config-irix5.3-sgic++.h: Removed the ACE_HAS_SYS_SIGLIST
          macro since it doesn't seem to be working.  Thanks to Laura
          Paterno <lpaterno@d0chb.fnal.gov> for reporting this.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_chorus.GNU: Tidied up
          platform_chorus.GNU a bit.  Thanks to Wei Chiang
          <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for this.

Fri Oct 31 14:35:37 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (thr_create): on Chorus, double the stack size to
          avoid bad problems.  Thanks to Wei Chang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi>
          for diagnosting this.

        * ace/Hash_Map_Manager.cpp (unbind_i): set the int_id
          reference argument instead of ignoring it.  Thanks to
          Wei Chang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for providing the patch.

        * ace/OS.h,README: wrapped #include of dlfcn.h with
          ACE_HAS_DLFCN_H_BROKEN_EXTERN_C to support RedHat 4.2
          Linux 2.0.30/Alpha.

        * ace/OS.i,README: added ACE_HAS_GETRUSAGE_PROTO support, for
          platforms that have a getrusage () prototype that is
          different from the one in OS.i.

        * ace/config-linux.h: added added some #defines to enable
          builds on RedHat 4.2/Linux 2.0.30/Alpha.

        * include/makeinclude/platform-linux.GNU: added -pipe and
          bumped optimization level up to -O3.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (wait_task): no-op if thr_list_
          size is 0.  wait_task () can be called under that condition
          (after Thread_Manager::wait () has returned) from an
          ACE_Stream destructor, through ACE_Module::close () and
          ACE_Task_Base.wait ().  Without this change, wait_task ()
          allocated a copy_table array of size 0.  Sun C++ leaked
          that array, according to Purify.

        * ace/Service_Config.*,Object_Manager.cpp: moved static
          ACE_Service_Config::signal_handler_ to Object_Manager.

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU (show_statics,show_uninit):
          added $(TOOLENV) to allow specification of full path to nm.
          Thanks to Wei Chiang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for this suggestion.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_chorus.GNU: added trailing "/"
          to TOOLENV definition, so that it can be empty when not used.

        * ACE-INSTALL.html,include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU:
          added documentation for ACE show_statics and show_uninit targets.
          These are only supported with g++.

Fri Oct 31 00:53:52 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * The following five changes were suggested by Stephen Coy
          <stevec@wsa.com.au>.  Thanks Stephen.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE): Changed friend
          ace_dewarn_gplusplus to friend class ace_dewarn_gplusplus.

        * ace/Malloc_T.h: Move the #include files to just after the
          declaration of the macros, otherwise Containers.cpp will be
          #included before the definition of the various allocator macros
          (such as ACE_ALLOCATOR_RETURN) have been seen (when
          ACE_TEMPLATES_REQUIRE_SOURCE is defined).

        * ace/Hash_Map_Manager.cpp (close_i): Changed &table[i] to
          &table_[i].

        * ace/Containers.h: The ACE_Node destructor needs to be publicly
          accessible in order to support the
          ACE_HAS_HPUX_ACC_BROKEN_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR fix.  Unfortunately,
          making the template function
          ACE_Destructor_Template_For_HPUX_aCC_Only a friend does not seem
          to work (although it should).

        * ace/ACE.cpp (ldfind): Changed path_entry from char* to
          const char*.

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp (main): Fixed auto_ptr usage.
          Thanks to Jack Erickson (jack@pinion.com) for pointing this out.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE): Changed the macro to not
          include the destructor.  This causes undefined destructor
          problems on Win32.  Also added ACE_UNIMPLEMENTED_FUNC macros
          around the remain functions.

Thu Oct 30 21:22:47 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Makefile: added auto Svc_Conf_[ly].cpp patches.

        * etc/Svc_Conf_[ly].cpp.diff,README: the ace/Svc_Conf_[ly].cpp
          patches, and instructions for updating them.

Thu Oct 30 19:54:50 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.34, released Thu Oct 30 19:54:50 1997.

Thu Oct 30 17:49:56 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Priority_Task_Test.cpp (main): Moved "int status" out of
          the #if defined (ACE_HAS_THREADS) so that it will compile when
          the platform *doesn't* have threads.

        * ace/Synch_T.i (ACE_TSS): Added a missing ':' that was causing
          problems on platforms that lack threads.  Thanks to Laura
          Paterno <lpaterno@d0chb.fnal.gov> for helping to track this
          down.

        * ace/Signal.cpp (register_handler): Make sure not to use
          SA_SIGINFO if we're running on LynxOS.  At some point, we'll
          want to generalize this, once enough OS platforms support POSIX
          real-time signals.  Thanks to Kirill.Rybaltchenko
          <Kirill.Rybaltchenko@cern.ch> for reporting this.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_chorus.GNU (CXX): Replaced
          DCFLAGS += -g with DCFLAGS += -gstabs+.  Thanks to
          Wei Chiang for this.

        * ace/OS.cpp: It's not valid to set the NULL_key to anything other
          than implicit initialization.  In particular, if we set it to -1
          it breaks on pthreads systems...  Thanks to Check Gehr for
          reporting this.

        * ace/config-irix5.3*++.h: Added ACE_NEEDS_SYSTIME_H.  Thanks to
          Laura Paterno <lpaterno@d0chb.fnal.gov> for reporting the
          problem.

        * ace/OS.h: Moved the unistd.h files back down to where
          they originally were defined since this was unnecessary.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_chorus.GNU (CXX): Replaced
          DCFLAGS += -g with DCFLAGS += -gstabs+.  Thanks to
          Wei Chiang for this.

Thu Oct 30 17:41:19 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h: Stray semi-colon removed from ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE
          macro.

Thu Oct 30 17:04:52 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE): Changed the macro to not
          include the destructor.  This causes undefined destructor
          problems on Win32.  Also added ACE_UNIMPLEMENTED_FUNC macros
          around the remain functions.

Thu Oct 30 10:50:21 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h: Added new macro--ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE ()--to
          designate that a class is being used as a pseudo-namespace.  It
          declares private CTOR, Copy CTOR, and DTOR, as well as a friend
          declaration in order to de-warn on g++.  Typical usage would be
          something like:

          class FooBarNamespace
          {
            ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE (FooBarNamespace);

          public:
            static ...
          };

          The ACE_OS class has been updated to use this.

        * ace/ACE.h: Updated class ACE to use the new
          ACE_CLASS_IS_NAMESPACE ().

        * ace/OS.i (getopt): Changed ACE_LACKS_SOME_POSIX_PROTOTYPES back
          to ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTOTYPES so that a clean build on Linux is
          achievable now.
        (msgsnd): Corrected errant spelling from
          ACE_LACKS_POSIX_SOME_PROTOTYPES to
          ACE_LACKS_SOME_POSIX_PROTOTYPES.

Thu Oct 30 06:14:58 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * Makefile,ACE-INSTALL: removed ACE-INSTALL from CVS control.
          It will only be created when a release is made in
          /project/adaptive/ACE_wrappers, and not put under CVS control.

        * ace/Manager_Object.h: added ACE_INLINE specifier to
          get_preallocated_object/array declarations.  Thanks to
          Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no> for reporting this.

        * ace/Synch.cpp: removed duplicate
          ACE_Write_Guard<ACE_RW_Thread_Mutex> instantiation.  Thanks to
          Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no> for reporting this.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: fixed template instantiation pragmas.
          Thanks to Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no>, again.

        * tests/SPIPE_Test.cpp: replaced ACE_UNUSED_ARG of client and server
          with conditional compilation of those functions.  Thanks to
          Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no> for snagging this.

        * ace/OS.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.cpp (tss_open,tss_close): removed
          tss_open () dynamic allocation option because it wasn't used.
          Removed tss_close() because it was a no-op without tss_open ()
          dynamic allocation.

        * ace/OS.cpp (tss_open): On VxWorks, don't check for 0 tss_base ().
          It's not always 0 on program startup, especially if a program
          has been previously run by the shell directly, without spawning
          a new task to run it.

        * ace/OS.*: added ACE_TSS_EMULATION support for non-scalar
          ACE_thread_key_t.  Thanks to Chuck Gehr <gehr@sweng.stortek.com>
          for motivating this.

        * ace/config-mvs.h: added ACE_HAS_NONSCALAR_THREAD_KEY_T.  It
          is only used with ACE_HAS_TSS_EMULATION, which currently is
          not supported on MVS.

        * ace/OS.cpp (ACE_Thread_Adapter::invoke): cleaned up this function.

Thu Oct 30 03:25:13 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Hash_Map_Manager.cpp (close_i): Can't use ACE_DES*
          template.  Have I been here before?

Thu Oct 30 03:03:41 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Hash_Map_Manager.cpp (close_i): Changed to use ACE_DES* macros.

        * ace/OS.h: Moved ACE_Allocator related macros to Malloc_T.h

        * ace/Malloc_T.h: Moved ACE_Allocator related macros from OS.h.
          Added two macros ACE_DES_NOFREE and ACE_DES_NOFREE_TEMPLATE to
          call objects' destructors explicitly.  This is required to
          take care of some "broken" compilers.  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <stevec@magna.com.au> for providing the fix for HP-UX aCC.

        * ace/README:
        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-hpc++.h: Added flag
          ACE_HAS_HPUX_ACC_BROKEN_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR.

Thu Oct 30 02:56:25 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.33, released Thu Oct 30 02:56:25 1997.

Thu Oct 30 01:03:21 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor.cpp: Added a #include of "ace/Synch.h" so
          that the Conn_Test.cpp will compile on HP/UX.  Thanks to Stephen
          Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for reporting this.

Wed Oct 29 22:55:15 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-vxworks5.x-g++.h:
        * ace/config-unixware-2.1.2-g++.h:
        * ace/config-unixware-2.01-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos5.5-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos5.4-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos4-g++.h:
        * ace/config-osf1-4.0.h:
        * ace/config-osf1-4.0-g++.h:
        * ace/config-linux.h:
        * ace/config-linux-pthread.h:
        * ace/config-linux-lxpthreads.h:
        * ace/config-irix6.x-g++.h:
        * ace/config-irix5.3-g++.h:
        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-g++.h:
        * ace/config-gcc-2.7.2.h:
        * ace/config-freebsd.h:
        * ace/config-freebsd-pthread.h:
        * ace/config-chorus.h:
        * ace/config-aix-4.1.x.h:
        * ace/README: Removed ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR.
          It is no longer in use.

Wed Oct 29 21:12:55 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/README: Added a new macro called ACE_LACKS_SOCKET_BUFSIZ,
          which is enabled on VxWorks.

        * ace/OS.h: Added a new macro called
          ACE_DEFAULT_MAX_SOCKET_BUFSIZ, which is set to 65536.

        * ace/OS: Changed the tolower() method to to_lower() so that it
          won't conflict if there's a macro with the same name.

        * ace/OS.h: #include <unistd.h> before ACE_Time_Value as long as
          ACE_LACKS_UNISTD_H is false.  Added this flag to the VxWorks and
          Win32 config.h files.

        * ace/OS.h: Added a special #define for IRIX5, which seems to put
          timeval in a strange file...  Also, moved this #include to
          *before* ACE_Time_Value.  Thanks to Carlos O'Ryan for suggesting
          this and to Laura Paterno <lpaterno@d0chb.fnal.gov> for
          reporting the problem in the first place.

        * ace: Changes all uses of the overly long
          ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTOTYPES_FOR_SOME_FUNCS to
          ACE_LACKS_SOME_POSIX_PROTOTYPES.  However, I'm not really sure
          how this relates to the ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTOTYPES macro.  I
          suspect we probably only need one of these...

        * ace/OS.h: Added a new ACE_HAS_STDARG_THR_DEST to handle
          weirdness with LynxOS.  Thanks to Kirill.Rybaltchenko
          <Kirill.Rybaltchenko@cern.ch> for reporting this.

        * ace: OS.h,config-lynxos.h: Added a new ACE_LACKS_GETOPT_PROTO
          for LynxOS.  Thanks to Kirill.Rybaltchenko
          <Kirill.Rybaltchenko@cern.ch> for reporting this.

        * ace/config-lynxos.h: Replaced
          ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTO_FOR_SOME_FUNCS with
          ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTOTYPES_FOR_SOME_FUNCTIONS.  Thanks to
          Kirill.Rybaltchenko <Kirill.Rybaltchenko@cern.ch> for reporting
          this.

Wed Oct 29 22:17:03 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-hpc++.h (ACE_HAS_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION):
          Moved to C++ section.  Restored ACE_TEMPLATE_REQUIRE_SOURCE in
          C++ section.  Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for
          providing the fix (patiently.)

Wed Oct 29 20:30:55 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (strlen): Moved it earlier so that it would be declared
          inline before use.

        * ace/OS.i (strcasecmp): Removed spurious semi-colons (how did
          they get in there?).

Wed Oct 29 18:51:12 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.{h,i}: Added strcasecmp functionality for NT

Wed Oct 29 15:56:01 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp: replaced ACE_TSS_REF_TABLE with a reference count to
          remove dynamic allocation from ACE_TSS_Info.  Also, enabled call
          of ACE_Task close hook before calling TSS destructors.

        * ace/OS.cpp: changed a few TSS 0 keys to ACE_OS::NULL_key.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (ace_thread_manager_adapter): with
          TSS_EMULATION, moved the call of tss_close () from here to
          ACE_Thread_Adapter::invoke () so that it can be called after
          the task's close hook, if any.

        * ace/{OS.h,Log_Msg.h,Object_Manager.cpp} (cleanup_tss): added
          an argument to indicate whether the main thread is calling or not.

        * ace/OS.i (ACE_TSS_Emulation::next_key): start key values at
          0 instead of 1, because it's easier to deal with arrays of
          keys then.  That also corresponds with the starting key value
          on Windows NT.

        * ace/IOStream.h: DEC_CXX #includes now depend on compiler version.
          Thanks to James Johnson <jcej@lads.com> for providing the fix.

Wed Oct 29 10:32:16 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-lynxos.h: fixed ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTOTYPES_FOR_SOME_FUNCS
          and added getopt () declaration.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_lynxos.GNU: updated LIBS.

        Thanks to Kirill Rybaltchenko <Kirill.Rybaltchenko@cern.ch> for
        the above fixes.

        * etc/purify.solaris2: added another _thrp_exit UMR.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: added login (LOGNAME)
          and compiler (CXX) to Purify/Quantify cache names.

Wed Oct 29 08:40:38 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.32, released Wed Oct 29 08:40:38 1997.

Wed Oct 29 07:39:38 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Synch.cpp: Added an explicit template instantiations for
          ACE_Guard<ACE_Process_Mutex>.

        * ace/LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor.h: Removed the typedef of
          ACE_SOCK_Acceptor with a full expansion of the name to fix a G++
          bug.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: Fixed a template instantiation problem.

        * ACE-INSTALL.html: Pointed out that ACE is ported to LynxOS and
          Chorus.

        * ACE-INSTALL.html: Added information about cloning that explains
          how you must to build a config.h and platform_macros.GNU in
          cloned directory.  Thanks to Arturo for this.

        * bin/Makefile: Added
          $(ACE_ROOT)/include/makeinclude/platform_macros.GNU to Makefile
          so we can compile clone on any ACE platform.  Thanks to Arturo
          for this.

        * include/makefiles: Added new platform file for SCO UNIX with
          nothreads.  Thanks to Arturo for this.

        * ace: Added new config files for SCO UNIX with nothreads.
          Thanks to Arturo for this.

        * apps/JAWS/server/HTTP_Server.cpp: Fixed the typedef for
          ACE_LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor.  Thanks to Hans Rohnert for reporting
          this.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: Changed template instantiations from
          SOCK_ACCEPTOR to LOCK_SOCK_ACCEPTOR.  Thanks to Han Rohnert for
          reporting this.

Wed Oct 29 02:10:37 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.31, released Wed Oct 29 02:10:37 1997.

Wed Oct 29 01:25:54 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: Modified Conn_Test to fully integrate
          Irfan's new LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor.  This new implementation is
          truly the "mother of all Conn_Tests" ;-).

        * ace/LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor.cpp (lock): Added a lock() accessor
          method to the new ACE_LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor so that we can remove
          the lock (somehow).

Wed Oct 29 00:29:52 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * apps/JAWS/server: Fixed Win32 related compilation errors.

        * ace/OS.h (SIGUSR1 and SIGUSR2): Added new defines for these two
          signals.

        * ace/LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor: New class added to ACE (it was
          originally a class in JAWS).  It specialize ACE_SOCK_Acceptor to
          lock around <accept>.  This class is particular useful if you
          want to have multiple threads accepting on the same endpoint and
          the system does not support have thread safe accept.  Thanks to
          James Hu who initially wrote this class for JAWS.  Thanks also
          to Johannes Gutleber <Johannes.Gutleber@cern.ch> who decided to
          use this in the Conn_Test.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: Updated to use the new LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor.

        * apps/JAWS/server/HTTP_Server.h: Updated to use the new
          LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor.

        * apps/JAWS/server/HTTP_Server_T.*: These files are no longer
          necessary since this class has been absorbed into ACE.

        * tests: Fixed auto_ptr use in:

          Notify_Performance_Test.cpp
          Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp
          Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp

          Thanks to Jack Erickson (jack@pinion.com) for pointing this out.

Tue Oct 28 11:26:39 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/ace_{dll,lib}.dsp:  Moved Acceptor.cpp from Source file
          folders to Template file folders.  Thanks to Satheesh Kumar
          <satheesh@aspectdv.com> for pointing this out.

Tue Oct 28 05:44:56 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (thr_create): use pthread_attr_setprio instead of
          *_setsched with DCETHREADS, and check return values of
          ACE_OS::thr_[gs]etconcurrency ().  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <stevec@magna.com.au> for tracking these problems down.

        * tests/Priority_Task_Test.cpp (svc): removed ACE_ASSERT and
          replaced with setting of error flag.  This allows the test
          to continue and gather more possibly useful information.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: 1) Added template instantiations.
          2) Re-enabled with DEC_CXX.  3) Removed THR_DETACHED flags.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_osf1_4.0.GNU: suppress warnings
          about unreachable statments.

        * ACE-INSTALL.html: Conn_Test now runs with DEC_CXX 6.0.

Tue Oct 28 00:38:58 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Strategies_T:

          ACE_Recycling_Strategy - Added new class ACE_Recycling_Strategy.
          It defines the interface (and default implementation) for
          specifying a recycling strategy for a SVC_HANDLER.  This
          strategy acts as a consular to the Svc_Handler, preparing it for
          the tough times ahead when the Svc_Handler will be recycled.

          ACE_NOOP_Concurrency_Strategy - Added new class
          ACE_NOOP_Concurrency_Strategy.  It implements a no-op activation
          strategy in order to avoid calling open on a recycled
          svc_handler multiple times.

          ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy - Added a ACE_Creation_Strategy,
          ACE_Concurrency_Strategy, and ACE_Recycling_Strategy to the
          cached connector.  This gives it more flexibility than by simply
          providing template methods.  This is similar to the Strategy
          Connector.

          ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy - Added new template methods for
          certain key occasions in the cached connector: make_svc_handler,
          activate_svc_handler, assign_recycler, and
          prepare_for_recycling.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (client): Updated the tests such that it
          uses a null activation strategy.

Mon Oct 27 22:17:54 1997  Aniruddha Gokhale  <gokhale@mambo.cs.wustl.edu>

        * OS.h: Added the ACE_NESTED_CLASS macro to deal with those
        compilers that do not allow a fully scoped type name appearing
        inside a scope in which it was defined.

Mon Oct 27 22:17:32 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (exit): don't use the cache when finding
          the thread ID.  The cache is in the ACE_Log_Msg instance, and
          it might have been deleted already.

Mon Oct 27 20:33:07 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.30, released Mon Oct 27 20:33:07 1997.

Mon Oct 27 18:03:06 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE-INSTALL.html (HREF): Added NT/Alpha to supporting platforms
          list.  Added hyperlink to ACE newsgroup.  Added hyperlink to
          FreeBSD homepage.  Minor changes to Win32 intstallation guide.

Mon Oct 27 17:50:16 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sco5.0.0-fsu-pthread.GNU (PRELIB):
          Changed PRELIB in platform_sco5.0.0-mit-pthread.GNU,
          platform_sco5.0.0-fsu-pthread.GNU to @true, so we can generate
          the TAO_IDL compiler.  Thanks to Arturo Montes
          <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting this.

Mon Oct 27 14:26:10 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Synch_T (ACE_TSS): When ACE does not have thread specific
          storage, ACE_TSS will be a simple pointer holder. Previously, it
          had a instance as a member, now it has a pointer to an instance.

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (update_state): Fixed a bug in the
          WFMO_Reactor.  wakeup_all_threads() used to be an internal
          method that was called when changes were made to the state of
          the reactor.  When wakeup_all_threads() became public, there was
          no code in place to handle explicit user wakeups.  In
          particular, the wakeup_all_threads event was never reset.
          Thanks to Evgeny Beskrovny <evgeny_beskrovny@icomverse.com> for
          pointing out this bug.

        * ace/OS.i (ACE_FAIL_RETURN): Added mapping from
          ERROR_PATH_NOT_FOUND to ENOENT.  Thanks to David Brackman
          <dbrackma@OhioEE.com> for suggesting this.

Mon Oct 27 11:36:39 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (exit_cleanup_i): removed protection against recursive
          calls.  This protection no longer is necessary, because
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup () is only called by ACE_Thread_Adapter::invoke ().
          It was problematic because it used the ACE_Allocator instance.

        * ace/config-vxworks*.h,README: added ACE_LACKS_FCNTL.

        * ace/OS.i,ACE.cpp: replaced #ifdef VXWORKS with #ifdef
          ACE_LACKS_FCNTL.

        * ace/ACE.i (get_flags): return 0 if ACE_LACKS_FCNTL.  It would
          be better to store ACE's notion of the flags associated with
          the handle so that they could be returned, but this works for now.

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: re-enabled Reactors_Test, because it
          works with the ACE_LACKS_FCNTL mods.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_osf1_4.0.GNU: -pthread instead of
          -lpthread in LIBS.  Thanks to James Johnson <jcej@lads.com> for
          pointing this out.

        * ACE-INSTALL.html: added info on bin/create_ace_build.

Mon Oct 27 11:11:33 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@CUECA>

        * netsvcs/servers/servers.dsp
        * netsvcs/lib/netsvcs.dsp:
        * tests/*.dsp:
        * ace/ace_{dll,lib}.dsp: Added project configurations for Alpha
          machines.  Configurations are named by adding "Alpha" in front
          of the original config names, e.g., "Win32 Alpha Unicode Debug.

Mon Oct 27 06:40:18 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU (show_uninit): Added a
          missing semi-colon for one of the install rules.  Thanks to
          Manojkumar Acharya <mja@cvsf325.gpt.co.uk> for reporting this.

        * ace/Synch_T.h: Make sure that ACE_Guard::remove() calls
          this->lock_->remove() rather than this->lock_->release().
          Thanks to Johannes Gutleber <Johannes.Gutleber@cern.ch> for
          reporting this.

Mon Oct 27 00:20:13 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-hpc++.h: Added directive
          ACE_HAS_TEMPLATE_SPECIALIZATION.  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <stevec@wsa.com.au> for reporting this.

Sun Oct 26 22:17:57 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.29, released Sun Oct 26 22:17:57 1997.

Sun Oct 26 20:03:57 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/IPC_SAP.cpp,
          ace/IO_SAP.cpp: Make sure that we don't use fcntl() when
          we're compiling on VXWORKS since it's not defined...

        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/CPP-connector.cpp: Changed the
          method named idle() to uninitialized() since idle() is now
          defined on ACE_Svc_Handler.

        * ace/OS.h: Added the TAO_DEFAULT_SERVER_PORT to OS.h.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (cached_connect): Added a new variable
          called "n_client_iterations" to control how many times each
          client thread tries to connect with the Cached_Connector.

Sun Oct 26 16:56:32 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_linux_lxpthread.GNU (CFLAGS): Added
        -pipe to the compile options.

Sun Oct 26 11:04:21 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Hash_Map_Manager.cpp (unbind): added ACE_UNUSED_ARG (int_id).

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (server): added ACE_UNUSED_ARG (options).
          And, added template instantations.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (cached_connect): changed type of loop index i
          to int to avoid signed/unsigned comparison.

        * ace/Strategies_T.h: added #include of ace/Strategies.h.  Thanks to
          James Johnson <jcej@lads.com> for reporting this.

Sun Oct 26 10:01:01 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Connector.cpp (open):  The original fix failed to replace
          strategies under some circumstances.

        * ace/OS.{h,cpp} (sprintf): Removed ACE_OS::sprintf (wchat_t, char).
          It didn't ever work.

        * ace/Connector.cpp (open): Added check if we had previously
          allocated various strategies and deleted these objects before
          allocating new objects.  The original codes caused memory leaks
          and possible segmentation faults if it got called twice.  We
          probably need a do-nothing constructor (the current constructor
          calls open.)  However, this may break other codes.

Sun Oct 26 01:00:07 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.28, released Sun Oct 26 01:00:07 1997.

Sun Oct 26 00:50:00 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (close): Since the connect() method on
          ACE_Connector closes the svc_handler if failure occurs, we
          shouldn't do that again unless we succeed in connecting.

        * ace/OS.h: Moved the CORBA portability macros from
          CORBA_Handler.h into OS.h so they will be accessible from TAO.

        * ace/Filecache.cpp (finish): Replaced filename_ with filename()
          so that "const correctness" would work with template
          specialization.  Go figure!

        * TAO/tests/IDL_Cubit/Makefile: Enhanced the "realclean" target to
          remove the generated IDL stubs and skeletons.

        * ace/OS.cpp (ace_sysconf_dump): Made a minor change to OS.cpp
          to fix some typos.  Thanks to Wei Chiang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi>
          for reporting this.

Sun Oct 26 00:06:17 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (~ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy): Must set
          recycler to 0 before calling close, else the svc_handler will
          try to purge itself from the cache.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (client): Updated to use the new connection
          recycling scheme.

        * ace/Hash_Map_Manager:

        - ACE_Hash_Map_Reverse_Iterator: Added reverse iterator.

        - ACE_Hash_Map_Entry: Added a prev pointer to the entry.  Thus
          changing the bucket chains into doubly linked lists.  Because of
          this, it was necessary to change the way the list was being
          managed.  Sentinels were created for each bucket.

          This also changed (a) the way the iterators worked, (b) made it
          easy to delete entries when you have one (this scheme allows the
          entries to be easily used as ACTs).

        - New methods (bind, trybind, rebind, find): These methods allow
          the users to get access to ACE_Hash_Map_Entry of the node in
          question.  This allows the user to treat the entry as an ACT and
          get access to the key (in case the user is interested in
          changing the key).  These methods are only valid since the
          implementation of Hash_Map_Manager uses linked lists where nodes
          are never copied.  These methods cannot be added to Map_Manager
          since it uses an array of nodes, where the your data may get
          copied to another node when the size of the Map_Manager changes.

        * ace/Strategies (ACE_Connection_Recycling_Strategy): Added a new
          abstract strategy for recycling connections.

        * ace/Strategies_T:

        - ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy: ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy now
          implements the ACE_Connection_Recycling_Strategy interface.
          This allows Svc_Handlers to cache themselves with
          ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy when they become idle.  It also
          allows them to purge themselves from the connection cache when
          the Svc_Handlers close down.

          Also added ~ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy that will cleanup up the
          connection cache.

        - ACE_Hash_Addr: ACE_Hash_Addr is the key for the hash map used by
          ACE_Cached_Connect_Strategy.  Previously it kept the Svc_Handler
          pointer in the key in order to find out if it was busy or not.
          Now the <in_use> flag has been moved from the Svc_Handler into
          the key.  The also saves the Hash_Addr from requiring
          Svc_Handler as a template parameter.

          Also updated ACE_Hash_Addr::operator== such that if the
          Svc_Handler is busy, it does not bother to check compare the
          addresses but simply returns false.

        * ace/Svc_Handler.cpp: Added the ability for a Svc_Handler to
          recycle itself.  idle() can be called when the Svc_Handler is
          done serving a particular connection and can how be recycled.
          The Svc_Handler now also has a pointer to a recycler that is
          responsible for managing the connections.  The recycler is
          usually a Cached_Connector.

        * ace/Filecache.cpp (ACE_Hash_Map_Entry): Added a new constructor
          specialization as the ACE_Hash_Map_Entry now has two
          constructors.

        * tests/Hash_Map_Manager_Test.cpp (ACE_Hash_Map_Entry): Added a
          new constructor specialization as the ACE_Hash_Map_Entry now has
          two constructors.

        * tests/Reactor_Exceptions_Test.cpp (class My_Reactor): Added the
          other handle_events method.  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          (coys@mail.ns.wsa.com.au) for pointing this out.

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (hash_i): This default routine is no good.
          It uses a complicated scheme that calculate a hash value.
          Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that this hash algorithm
          will produce the same hash value for the same address.
          Therefore, it is better just to return a consistent hash value
          rather than an erroneous one.  I have choosen 0 of the return
          value.  Even though this will cause all the entries to be hashed
          to the 0 bucket, atleast they will be found.  Users should
          override this to provide better hashing.

          (compare_i): Memcmp is not the correct default action.
          !(b1==b2) is the correct comparison, though this will assume
          that the addresses will have a comparison operation.

        * ace/Mem_Map.cpp (close and close_handle): close() is doing too
          much.  It is closing the handle and unmapping the file.
          Changing this method might effect code that depends on this
          behavior.  Therefore, we create a seperated method
          close_handle() that only closes down the handle, and does not
          unmap the file.  Thanks to Jeff Richards (jrichard@OhioEE.com)
          for pointing this out.

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (connect_svc_handler): If connect() failed
          because of timeouts, we have to reject the connection entirely.
          This is necessary since currently there is no way for the
          non-blocking connects to complete and for the <Connector> to
          notify the cache of the completion of connect().  Therefore if
          errno is EWOULDBLOCK, it is changed to ENOTSUP and -1 is
          returned.

Sat Oct 25 17:41:57 1997  Sergio Flores  <sergio@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp:
        * examples/Timer_Queue/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp:
        * examples/Timer_Queue/Reactor_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp:
        * examples/Timer_Queue/main_async.cpp:
        * examples/Timer_Queue/main_reactor.cpp:
        * examples/Timer_Queue/main_thread.cpp:
          Added "#pragma instantiate" for template instantiations on
          platforms that use pragmas instead, like SGI.

Sat Oct 25 4:44:00 1997  Carlos O'Ryan <coryan@cs.wustl.edu>

        * Today at 06:44 hours (Santiago, 04:44 St. Louis) Fernanda O'Ryan
          has joined the ACE family.  She was born 3040 gr in weight and
          50 cm length.  She has absolutely no experience in CORBA, C++ or
          programming in general.  Therefore, she is the ultimate Java
          programmer.

Sat Oct 25 10:13:56 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Singleton.h: added comment about best ACE_LOCK types to use.

        * Makefile (TIMESTAMP): replace tab with spaces in ChangeLog entry.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (main): fixed typo, spawn_threads instead of
          spawn_thread.  Also, protected definitions of spawn_processes ()
          and spawn_threads () to avoid compiler warnings about unused static
          functions.

Sat Oct 25 01:02:34 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.27, released Sat Oct 25 01:02:34 1997.

Fri Oct 24 17:39:08 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.cpp: Changed all the ACE_BIT_ENABLED () == 0 macros to
          ACE_BIT_DISABLED() since the logic is clearer.

        * ace/SOCK_Acceptor.cpp (shared_accept): Improved the handling of
          timed accepts.  The original implementation was prone to race
          conditions if there were multiple processes all doing timed
          connects on the *same acceptor socket*!  That's because select()
          and accept() are not performed atomically.  Now, we're smarted
          about handling this...

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: Simplified the shutdown logic, which
          appeared to have race conditions.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: Modified this test to spawn off a number of
          server processes, all of which will listen for connections on
          the same acceptor port.  This demonstrates a useful idiom for
          writing connection-oriented concurrent server pools.

        * netsvcs/lib/Server_Logging_Handler_T: Fixed this code so that if
          we're on an HP/UX that has broken templates we don't use the
          Base_Optimizer.  Thanks to Per Andersson for providing this fix.

        * ace/Thread_Manager: Added a destructor for ACE_Thread_Descriptor
          to keep some compilers happy.  Thanks to Chuck Gehr
          <gehr@sweng.stortek.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/Task.cpp (ACE_Task_Base_cleanup):  Changed
          ACE_Task_Base::cleanup (object);

          to:

          ACE_Task_Base::cleanup (object, 0);

          Thanks to Chuck Gehr <gehr@sweng.stortek.com> for reporting
          this.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (find_thread): Fixed another problem with
          == being used to compare threads rather than
          ACE_OS::thr_equal().  Thanks to Chuck Gehr
          <gehr@sweng.stortek.com> for reporting this.

Fri Oct 24 17:11:14 1997  Sergio Flores  <sergio@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (shutdown_timer): added logic to
          cancel preemptively or voluntarily, the dispatching thread,
          depending on whether the platoform supports pthread_cancel().

        * Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp (ACE_Thread_Timer_Queue_Adapter): Added
          initialization of <active_> flag to 1, active mode.  We assume
          we start in active mode.  Added an internal variable <thr_id_>
          that stores the thread id of the currently running thread.  The
          motivation behind this is to be able to cancel this thread
          whenever we are shutting down.  It is initialized to
          ACE_OS::NULL_thread.

        * Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp (svc): Assign the <thr_id_> with the
          current running thread ID, using ACE_Thread::self ().

        * Timer_Queue_Adapters.h (ACE_Thread_Timer_Queue_Adapter): Added
          default <ACE_Thread_Manager> to be
          ACE_Thread_Manager::instance()

        * Timer_Queue_Adapters.h (activate): Override the default
          <activate> method to be able to enforce one thread of execution
          per timer queue.  Does make much sense to have more than one
          managing the timer queue, and like Doug said too many weird
          things can happen...

        * Timer_Queue_Adapters.i (thr_id): Added this method to access the
          thread ID of this task.

        * Timer_Queue_Adapters.i (activate): Call
          ACE_Task_Base::activate() with n_threads = 1 to ensure that a
          single thread is spawned.

Fri Oct 24 10:00:02 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (wait_grp):  Fixed a bug.  Should wait on
          threads with same grp_id, not task.

Fri Oct 24 09:24:14 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp (open): cast return value of
          ACE_::max_handles () to size_t to avoid signed/unsigned comparison.

        * ace/Singleton.cpp,Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: (get_singleton_lock):
          dynamically allocate ACE_Thread_Mutex and ACE_RW_Thread_Mutex locks,
          so we end up with one lock per ACE_Singleton instantiation.

        * ace/OS.cpp (ACE_TSS_Info, Win32 and VxWorks only): changed type
          of ACE_TSS_TABLE from ACE_Unbounded_Stack to fixed-size ACE_Array.
          With this change, we avoid some use of ACE_Allocator when
          destroying TSS objects.  There are two more changes required to
          completely remove the ACE_Allocator use.

        * tests/TSS_Test.cpp (worker): added printout of iteration count.

Fri Oct 24 01:53:58 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.26, released Fri Oct 24 01:53:58 1997.

Thu Oct 23 19:05:08 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * netsvcs/clients/Naming/Client/Makefile
          netsvcs/clients/Naming/Dump_Restore/Makefile

          The lines:

          SHLIB   = libClient_Test.so
          SHLIB   = libDump_Restore.so

          need to be

          SHLIB   = libClient_Test.$(SOEXT)
          SHLIB   = libDump_Restore.$(SOEXT)

          Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for reporting this.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (find_hthread): Replaced the call

          if (iter.next ()->thr_handle_ == h_id)

          to

          if (ACE_OS::thr_equal (iter.next ()->thr_handle_, h_id))

          since the other one isn't portable to Pthreads.  Thanks to
          Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for reporting this.

        * ace/Hash_Map_Manager.cpp: Removed the sentinel in the
          Hash_Map_Manager.  Sentinels are evil since they require us to
          hold write locks, even when we're doing finds!

        * ace/ACE.cpp (max_handles): By default, we now try to use the
          getrlimit() function before sysconf() since sysconf() doesn't
          work "correctly" for NO _SC_OPEN_MAX (i.e., it just returns the
          original value, which might have been changed by setrlimit().
          What a pain...

        * ace/ACE.cpp (max_handles): If FD_SETSIZE is enabled return
          this as the number of handles.  This isn't perfect, but it's
          probably better than returning -1.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp (open): Added a call to
          ACE::set_handle_limit() if the requested size for the Reactor is
          greater than the current max number of descriptors in the
          process.  Also check to make sure that the user isn't ask for
          more than the FD_SETSIZE.  Thanks to Neil Lavelle
          <nlavelle@imcl.com> for motivating this.

        * ace/Thread_Manager: Changed the name THR_FUNC to
          ACE_THR_MEMBER_FUNC since it's now a global typedef on VxWorks
          and we don't have to have clashes with other names.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.h: There are mutually incompatible bugs with
          VxWorks and MVS.  Therefore, we have to conditionally compile
          the THR_FUNC differently for these two platforms.  Thanks to
          Chuck Gehr <gehr@sweng.stortek.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.cpp (thr_create): Added a fix to set the Chorus stack
          size correctly.  Thanks to Wei Chiang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/OS.cpp: Added a new method ace_sysconf_dump() to dump the
          state of the configuration.  Thanks to Wei Chiang
          <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for reporting this.

        * ace/Singleton.cpp (dump): There was a typo in the dump() method
          for ACE_TSS_Singleton, it should be
          ACE_TSS_Singleton::instance_i().  I've fixed this.

Thu Oct 23 23:19:24 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Filecache.cpp: Removed template method specialization of
          shared_find.  No longer needed since Hash_Map_Manager has been
          changed to no longer rely on sentinel_.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (various):
          Hacked 'til it compiled.  (Chased down syntax errors.)

Thu Oct 23 22:52:17 1997  Sergio Flores  <sergio@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (shutdown_timer):
          Added a line to call the cancel method on the timer queue task
          when we are shutting down; this is wrapped around #if's to only
          include this only when the platformm supports pthread_cancel().

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp (svc): Added some POSIX thread
          cancellation points to make sure the mutex that the condition
          variable uses is unlocked before the thread is cancelled.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (list_timer):
          Deleted unnecessary cancellation points.  Since we are not
          blocking on a condition variable, we don't need to guard the
          code.

Thu Oct 23 22:07:03 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (wait_task,wait_grp): We should also
          check for thread creation flags when collection information for
          threads belong to this group and don't try to join those threads
          created with THR_DETACHED or THR_DAEMON.

Thu Oct 23 21:22:16 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE-INSTALL.html: Copied some documentation about makefile flags
          from include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU and added a section
          for this.

Thu Oct 23 20:37:44 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Array.*: added ACE_Array_Iterator.

Thu Oct 23 17:28:11 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Mem_Map.i (close_filemapping_handle): Moved this above its
          uses in the file so that g++ would de-warn.

Thu Oct 23 15:30:17 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/Timer_Hash_T.h, Timer_Hash.cpp, Timer_Heap_T.h, Timer_Heap.cpp,
          Timer_List_T.h, Timer_List.cpp, Timer_Queue_T.h, Timer_Queue.cpp,
          Timer_Wheel_T.h, Timer_Wheel.cpp: Replaced all occurences of
          ACE_HPUX_BROKEN_TEMPLATES with ACE_HAS_BROKEN_HPUX_TEMPLATES.

Wed Oct 22 23:23:29 1997  Nanbor Wang    <nw1@COYOTE>

        * ace/ACE_Library.*, ace_lib.dsp: Made naming convention uniform
          for some less used ACE library.  They are called:  aced.dll,
          ace.dll, aceud.dll, aceu.dll, acesd.lib, aces.lib, aceusd.lib
          and aceus.lib.  If you are using ACE on NT, you know what they
          mean.  ;-)

Wed Oct 22 21:22:35 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: Added support for ACE_RW_Thread_Mutex
          ACE_Singleton lock type.  Thanks to Nanbor for suggesting this,
          because TAO needs it.

          Also, removed at_exit registration of dynamically allocated
          ACE_Static_Object_Lock because Object_Manager instance isn't
          available for registration when it's created.  Instead, handle
          this lock as a special case in the Object_Manager destructor.

        * ace/Singleton.cpp,Object_Manager.cpp: check for shutting_down ()
          as well as starting_up () when deciding whether to use a
          preallocated lock.  Preallocated locks are not available at those
          times.

        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp (client): removed declaration
          of loop index "i" because it shadowed a local.  Also, the loop
          index declaration caused a signed/unsigned comparison.

        * ace/Singleton.cpp: temporarily disabled ACE_Guards until
          the lock acquistion is fixed.

Wed Oct 22 17:53:26 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/SOCK_Connector.cpp: In connect(), changed the
          (local != ACE_Addr::sap_any) to be value comparison,
          not pointer comparison.  Works on compilers which construct
          temporaries when a const reference is passed (like HP aC++), and
          also when a user passes an ACE_Addr which they construct to look
          just like an ACE_Addr::sap_any.  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <stevec@magna.com.au> for finding this.

Wed Oct 22 16:43:25 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp (client): Corrected some code
          that wasn't logical (but compiled!) in the connect_n() test.

Wed Oct 22 13:27:47 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@watusi.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp (client): Revised the
          connection portion of this test to use the newly revised
          connect_n() method on Connector.

        * ace/Connector.cpp (connect_n): Revised the connect_n() method so
          that it keeps track of which connections succeeded and which
          failed.

Wed Oct 22 07:23:21 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (getpgid): fixed (commented) ACE_TRACE identifer.
          Thanks to Eric Newton <ecn@smart.net> for reporting this.

        * ace/Singleton.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: moved
          ace_singleton_lock_ to Object_Manager.  ace_singleton_lock_
          was a static data member:  in addition to the usual troubles
          associated with being a static, it was a static member of a
          template class.  g++ can't handle those, so we used a local
          static; initialization of that static was not thread safe.

          The fix relies on knowledge from the Object_Manager about
          whether the program is in static construction phase or not.
          A critical assumption is that construction of static objects
          does not spawn threads.  With that assumption, we know that
          there is only one (main) thread in the program prior to the
          Object_Manager instance being constructed.  At that time,
          locking is not needed.  The ACE_{TSS_}Singleton::instance ()
          methods rely on the state of the Object_Manager:  if it has
          not been constructed yet, then they don't guard allocation
          of their singleton instance.

          The Object_Manager constructs four locks (of types ACE_Null_Mutex,
          ACE_Thread_Mutex, ACE_Recursive_Thread_Mutex, and
          ACE_RW_Thread_Mutex) for use only by ACE_Singleton classes.
          After the Object_Manager has been constructed, ACE_{TSS_}Singleton
          instantiations use one of those locks to guard their allocation of
          a new instance, via double-checked locking.

          This change has one impact, then:
          ACE_{TSS_}Singleton users are limited to the following types
          for their ACE_LOCK instantiation parameters:  ACE_Null_Mutex,
          ACE_Thread_Mutex, ACE_Recursive_Thread_Mutex, and
          ACE_RW_Thread_Mutex.  If another type is needed, it can be
          easily added to the ACE_Object_Manager:  another overloaded
          get_singleton_lock () function and preallocated lock would
          have to be added.

          As noted in Singleton.h, the best types of ACE_LOCKs to use
          for instantiating ACE_Singleton are ACE_Recursive_Thread_Mutex
          and ACE_Null_Mutex.

          In addition to the above change, I made these two other
          changes:
          1) ACE_Static_Object_Lock::instance ():  dynamically allocate
             a lock if the Object_Manager has not been constructed yet.
             This approach replaces the static lock that was necessary
             to allow the static services to be constructed.

          2) Consolidated the singleton_ access in ACE_TSS_Singleton
             via a singleton_i () internal accessor function.  Now,
             ACE_TSS_Singleton looks just like ACE_Singleton.

        * ACE-INSTALL.html: updated DEC CXX 6.0 build/test status.

        * examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server/Handle_Timeout.i
          (handle_timeout): convert arg to long if ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS.

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_malloc.cpp (worker): convert arg to
          long if ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Driver.cpp (run_test,parse_commands):
          added ACE_NOTREACHED.

        * examples/Logger/simple-server/Logging_Handler.cpp (handle_close):
          removed declaration of unused arg "mask".

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU: added show_statics and
          show_uninit targets.  They show the statics (that have static
          destructor calls) and uninitialized data in the object files
          in the current directory.  They work best (or at all) on object
          files compiled by g++.

Wed Oct 22 05:04:07 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.25, released Wed Oct 22 05:04:07 1997.

Tue Oct 21 22:55:36 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor: Removed ACE_Event_Handler::CLOSE_MASK and the
          explicit registration for the closing of sockets from
          WFMO_Reactor.  This is essentially for compatibility with UNIX
          programs.  UNIX does not have a CLOSE_MASK and the notification
          of the closing of a socket is implicit in the socket becoming
          read ready.  Therefore when you register for
          ACE_Event_Handler::READ_MASK with WFMO_Reactor, you will
          register for FD_READ and FD_CLOSE.  When FD_CLOSE is triggered,
          handle_input() will be called on the Event_Handler.  As on UNIX,
          read() will return 0 and the programmer will be able to tell
          that the socket has actually closed down.

          Arguably, this is lame for Win32 programmers as they have the
          explicit close notification, but portability and existing code
          base wins in this case.

          One other change. When an event_handler returns -1 from the
          callback, unbind() is called with ALL_EVENTS_MASK rather than
          the NULL_MASK.

          The upcall routine still needs to threat the two masks
          separately. (FD_CLOSE | FD_READ) will not work as both maybe
          simultaneously enabled. Therefore handle_input() maybe be called
          twice (once for FD_READ and once for FD_CLOSE) unless the user
          returns -1 from the first callback.

        * ace/Event_Handler: Removed the CLOSE_MASK.

        * examples/Logger/simple-server/Logging_Handler.cpp: Minor fixes.

        * examples/Logger/Acceptor-server/server_loggerd.cpp: Minor
          changes. No need to register the acceptor with the
          Reactor. Acceptor::open() does that.

        * examples/Reactor/ReactorEx/test_network_events: Removed the use
          of CLOSE_MASK.

        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test: Removed the use of CLOSE_MASK.

Tue Oct 21 21:48:54 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.[hi]: moved ACE_PTHREAD_CLEANUP_PUSH/POP definitions from
          OS.i to OS.h.  Also, added #ifdef ACE_HAS_PTHREADS protection
          before ! defined ACE_LACKS_PTHREAD_CLEANUP so that only PThreads
          platforms need add ACE_LACS_PTHREAD_CLEANUP.

        * tests/Notify_Performance_Test.cpp: added #include of
          ace/Thread_Manager.h.  It's needed on OSF-1.

Tue Oct 21 21:09:35 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Memory_Pool.cpp (ACE_MMAP_Memory_Pool): Oops.  Souldn't
          access options when it is 0.

Tue Oct 21 12:58:30 1997  Nanbor Wang   <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/Log_Msg.{h,cpp}: (thr_desc):  Modified the method so it take
          an extra argument of type ACE_Thread_Manager* and uses it to
          block execution until thread manager release its lock.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp} (acquire_release):  Added this new
          method whose only function is to grab the thread manager's
          lock.  This function ensure that a newly spawned thread won't
          try to access its thread descriptor before it is fully built.

        * ace/OS.cpp (inherit_log_msg): Modified to cache the thread
          descriptor of spawned thread in TSS Log_Msg after it has been
          created and block the execution of new thread until thread
          manager releases the lock (i.e., fills in all the information.)

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_Thread_Adapter):  Added one more argument of type
          ACE_Thread_Descriptor* to the constructor with default value 0.

        * ace/OS.cpp (invoke):  If the thread descriptor ptr is not zero
          in thread arguemnt, then, we'll wait till the thread manger
          fills in the formation and cache the value in TSS Log_Meg.

        * ace/Thread_Manager (spawn_i):  Changed to pass in the thread
          descriptor of the newly spawned thread to thread adapter so it
          can cache it in TSS Log_Msg.  This must be created before
          spawning the thread.  If all goes well, we'll need to append the
          thread descriptor into the double-linked list in the thread
          manager.
          (append_thr):  Added a new argument of type Thread_Descriptor*
          with default value 0.  If we pass in a thread descriptor,
          append_thr won't try to create on itself.

Tue Oct 21 21:34:35 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.24, released Tue Oct 21 21:34:35 1997.

Tue Oct 21 14:14:33 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.h:
        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp:
          Use the typedef for Upcall to define the base Timer_Queue.
          Input_Task inherits from ACE_Task_Base, no need for ACE_Task<>
          here.

Tue Oct 21 13:45:53 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-irix6.x-sgic++-nothreads.h: Added ACE_HAS_TERM_IOCTLS
          for SGI.  Thanks to Jeffrey Peterson
          <jpeterson@fallschurch.esys.com> for reporting htis.

        * TAO/tests/Thruput_test/server.cpp (main): Changed BOA_init()
          to POA_init().

Tue Oct 21 12:58:30 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_SINGLETON_DECLARATION):
          (ACE_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION):
          (ACE_SVC_SINGLETON_DECLARATION):
          (ACE_SVC_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION): Added these new macros.  Each
          of them takes one argument which is the ACE_Singleton class.
          All these craps are needed because MSVCs very kindly instantiate
          the template codes for you.  This ends up producing two
          ACE_Singleton objects, one in DLL and one in user program.  What
          these macros do is to supress the template code instantiation in
          user program and force compilers to instantiate these codes in
          DLL.  On other platforms, these macros simply expand to empty
          strings.   Here is a simple use case.  Say we have a class
          called <foobar> which we want to make it a singleton using
          ACE_Singleton template in our own DLL.  In file <foobar.h>, add
          a line like this,

             ACE_SVC_SINGLETON_DECLARATION (ACE_Singleton<foobar>);

          and it will be expanded to suitabe code to export the class or
          supress another template instantiation outside DLL depending on
          whether ACE_BUILD_SVC_DLL is defined or not.  In file
          <foobar.cpp>, add a line,

             ACE_SVC_SINGLETON_INSTANTIATION (ACE_Singleton<foobar>);

          at the end of the file to instantiate the template object in
          DLL.  Notice that there is a bug in MSVC 4.2 and you'll have to
          write up a DEF file to export the template interface
          explicitly.

          These macros should be integrated with the case when
          ACE_HAS_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION but because of the VC
          4.2's bug, it will cause too much trouble to export all these
          symbols for external access.  Therefore, I'll leave them as they
          are now.

          BTW, these is no templatized singleton object within ACE that
          needs to be exported at this moment.

Tue Oct 21 07:14:24 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Svc_Conf_l.cpp: fixed compile warnings on g++.

        * ace/Timer_{Heap,List,Wheel}_T.cpp: replaced NULL with 0 because
          some compilers, such as GHS, define NULL as (void *) 0.  So, it
          sometimes needs to be cast to be used.  Thanks to Brian Mendel
          for reporting this.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (wait): removed thr_yield () hack because
          it's not needed with Nanbor's Thread_Manager fix.

        * tests/test_config.h (ACE_END_TEST): removed sleep hack with
          threading because it's not needed with Nanbor's Thread_Manager fix.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_vxworks*.GNU: added VXWORKS=1 macro,
          for use by individual Makefiles to suppress VxWorks builds.

        * examples/System_V_IPC: suppress VxWorks builds because the builds
          fail, and the examples wouldn't run anyways.

        * netsvcs/lib/TS_Server_Handler.cpp: only instantiate
          ACE_Svc_Handler<ACE_SOCK_STREAM, ACE_NULL_SYNCH> if ! ACE_HAS_TLI
          because without TLI, the instantiation is in
          Client_Logging_Handler.cpp.

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_persistence.cpp: added #include of
          iostream.h with ACE_HAS_MINIMUM_IOSTREAMH_INCLUSION.

        * examples/ASX/UPIPE_Event_Server/Supplier_Router.cpp: removed
          instantiation of ACE_TSS<ACE_Dynamic> because it is in
          ace/Thread_Manager.cpp.

Tue Oct 21 02:23:26 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.23, released Tue Oct 21 02:23:26 1997.

Tue Oct 21 02:18:56 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Makefile: Things are happier now, so we've added back
          the Timer_Queue directory to the Makefile.

        * examples/Timer_Queue: Added lots of annoying template
          specializations so that the timer queue tests now work with GCC.

        * ace/Svc_Conf.l: Changed the regular expression for a
          {string} so that it maches the null string (i.e., "").

Tue Oct 21 01:07:58 1997  Sergio Flores  <sergio@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Timer_Queue:
          Added documentation and fixed some warnings from the unused
          arguments in some member functions.  Cleaned up some .h files of
          unnecessary template instantiations.

Tue Oct 21 01:01:12 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.h: Added more comments.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp}:  Added a parameter <size> to
          Thread_Manager's constructor with default value 0.  This
          parameter is currently unused and put in for backward
          compatibility.
          (open):  Putting back this method for backward compatibility.
          This is currently a no-op.  Thanks to David for reporting this.
          Also modify some mis-inform comments.

Mon Oct 20 22:34:46 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/OS.i (open): Moved Win32 specific errno mappings from open()
          to ACE_FAIL_RETURN. Also updated the wide-character version of
          open().

Mon Oct 20 14:07:37 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x.h: Added #define ACE_DEFAULT_BASE_ADDR
          ((char *) 0x80000000) so that the various mmap() tests
          will work on HP/UX.  Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au>
          for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.i: Fixed the implementation of ACE_OS::cond_timedwait()
          so that it will work on VxWorks.  Thanks to David Levine for
          chasing this down and doing most of the changes.

        * ace/OS.h: Added a new special case for _KCC so that its
          ACE_UNUSED_ARG will work properly.  Thanks to Torbjorn Lindgren
          <tl@funcom.no> for reporting this.

Mon Oct 20 22:23:42 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Sigset_Ops_Test.cpp (main): It is not legal too for
          sigismember to return 0 if we pass an invalid signal to it.
          Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for fixing this.

        * Thread_Manager.*:  Replace the thr_table_ with a double-linked
          list thr_list_.  With this change, we can cache the thread
          descriptor entries in TSS area.  Then, when accessing thread
          descriptor from a spawned thread's context, we don't have to
          search thru the whole list in order to find the corresponding
          thread descriptor.  Double-linked list and caching also make
          adding/removing thread descriptor entries very fast.  At this
          moment, we need to do a linear search when we try to access the
          cached pointer the first time.  This overhead is expected to
          removed shortly.  The will be some memory leaks at this moment
          because I haven't implemented the code to clean up the list when
          a thread manager gets deleted.  Will fix it soon.

        * Log_Msg.{h,cpp}: Removed thr_state methods, variable, and thr_id
          methods and variable and replace them with thr_desc which cache
          the pointer to the thread descriptor structure.

        * Containers.*: Added two new template classes
          ACE_Double_Linked_List and ACE_Double_Linked_List_Iterator.
          These two classes implement the very fundamental data structure
          of double-linked list.  Although this is not actually a
          container class, I couldn't find a better place to put these
          classes.

        * ace/Filecache.*
        * ace/FIFO.*
        * ace/FIFO_Send.*
        * ace/FIFO_Recv.*
        * ace/FIFO_Send_Msg.*
        * ace/FIFO_Recv_Msg.*
        * ace/Memory_Pool.* (ACE_MMAP_Memory_Pool_Options,
          ACE_MMAP_Memory_Pool): Added one member variable to these class
          so users can specify the LPSECURITY_ATTRIBUTES object they want
          to use with them.
          (map_file, init_inquire): Pass the security attribute to
          underlying memory map object.

        * ace/Mem_Map.* (ACE_Mem_Map, map, open, map_it): Added a new
          function parameter LPSECURITY_ATTRIBUTES.  It will be passed
          down to ACE_OS::mmap or ACE_OS::open.  This is only used on
          Win32.

Mon Oct 20 08:48:28 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/OS.h, config-hpux-10.x.h:  Added a new definition,
          ACE_HAS_TIUSER_H_BROKEN_EXTERN_C - HP-UX's tiuser.h has
          def for t_errno/_terrno() outside of an extern "C" block,
          so in this case, wrap #include <tiuser.h> in our own
          extern "C" block.  HP support call W3711856.

Mon Oct 20 07:49:54 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * Makefile (TIMESTAMP): moved chmod after cvs commit.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sunos{4,5}_sunc++*.GNU: don't
          create Templates.DB/Modules.DB, because that should have been
          Module.DB, and it's not needed anyways.

        * ace/config-vxworks-ghs-1.8.h: removed ACE_HAS_VERBOSE_NOTSUP.

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: re-enabled Buffer_Stream_Test now that
          ACE_OS::cond_timedwait () is supported on VxWorks.

        * examples/IPC_SAP/TLI_SAP/ftp-server.cpp (main): removed call
          to ACE_Thread_Manager::open () because it no longer is available.

Mon Oct 20 02:04:19 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.22, released Mon Oct 20 02:04:19 1997.

Mon Oct 20 02:01:43 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Makefile: Removed the Timer_Queue directory from the
          Makefile until Sergio has fixed all the examples for GCC.

Sun Oct 19 21:15:10 1997  Sergio Flores  <sergio@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Timer_Queue: Added a new testing framework for
          various types of ACE_Time_Queue usecases, e.g., threaded,
          reactive, and asynchronous.
          The new classes are:
          <Timer_Queue_Test_Driver> which factors out the common code for
            different type of Timer queue implementations, for example the parsing,
            the input reading, and leaves the implementation of display_menu() for
            example, to subclasses.
          <Async_Timer_Queue_Test_Driver> the asynchronous version of the timer
            queue, uses signals.
          <Reactor_Timer_Queue_Test_Driver> implements the reactive timer queue
            test driver using <ACE_Reactor>
          <Thread_Timer_Queue_Test_Driver> the threaded implementation of the
            timer queue.
          <Command> this class is used to specify operations on the timer queue
            independently of their implementation.  Thsi allows different
            implementations of the timer queue to have different ways of
            doing the operations without the base class having to know that.
            See the Command pattern.
          Added some helper functions into the <Input_Task> class.


Sun Oct 19 18:07:31 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace: Added new config files for SCO OpenServer with a new initial scheme
          to make config files:

          - The config to SCO OpenServer has been changed to separate OS
            specific flags, threads and compiler flags.

          - For SCO OpenServer the base config file is config-sco-5.0.0.h

          - Pthreads base files are config-fsu-pthread.h and
            config-mit-pthread for FSU and MIT pthreads.

          - The compiler file has been named config-gcc-2.7.2.h, this is
            base config file for GNU gcc 2.7.2

          To build a config file for SCO using GNU gcc 2.7.2 would be:

          #include "ace/config-gcc-2.7.2.h"
          #include "ace/config-sco-5.0.0.h"

          We would obtain ACE config file for SCO OpenServer with GNU gcc
          2.7.2 with no threads.  To build a config file for SCO using GNU
          gcc 2.7.2 with FSU pthread would be:

          #include "ace/config-gcc-2.7.2.h"
          #include "ace/config-sco-5.0.0.h"
          #include "ace/config-fsu-pthread.h"

          Thanks to Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for these
          changes.

        * ace/OS.i (open): Modified ACE_OS::open() so that it sets errno
          to EACCES when the requested file is in use.  Thanks to Edan
          Ayal <edana@vdo.net> for reporting this.

Sun Oct 19 17:55:34 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * etc/purify.solaris2: the contents of my ~/.purify file
          for Solaris 2.x.  The ACE tests purify cleanly with it.

Sun Oct 19 13:49:17 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@MILONGA>

        * ace/Proactor.cpp:
          The mutex vs lock name change strikes back, this time under NT.

        * tests/Conn_Test.h:
        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp:
          The Svc_Handler was cached, but it had the default
          handle_close() method, which destroys the object.  The new
          version leaks a bit of memory, but it seems that it never
          crashes.

Sat Oct 18 09:13:29 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Synch_T.cpp (lock): Moved the frigging lock method of
          Atomic_Op into the *.cpp file to work around bugs with earlier
          versions of the horribleHP/UX C++ compiler.  Thanks to Neil
          Cohen for reporting this.

Sat Oct 18 07:43:29 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * Makefile (release): oops, removed "echo" that was used to
          disable CVS commit, for testing.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: moved
          ace_thread_exit_lock_ to Object_Manager.

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU: added $(TEMPLATE_REPOSITORY)
          to OBJDIRS, so that individual platforms can add template
          repository directories for creation.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sunos{4,5}_sunc++*.GNU: added
          TEMPLATE_REPOSITORY with Templates.DB and Templates.DB/Modules.DB.
          We can build without any warnings with Sun C++ now.

Sat Oct 18 00:17:26 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.21, released Sat Oct 18 00:17:26 1997.

Fri Oct 17 22:51:46 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.h:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.i:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.i:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_List_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Wheel_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Hash_T.cpp:
          Changed the accessor name for the lock_ field from mutex() to
          lock(), we know this can cause trouble on HP-UX, but only if the
          function is inline; so it was moved to the .cpp file.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.h:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.i:
          Changed the method name from lock() to mutex(), this should
          workaround a bug in the HP/C++ compiler.

        * ace/Timer_Hash.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Hash_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Heap.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Heap_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_List.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_List_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Queue.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Wheel.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Wheel_T.h:
          Workaround HP/C++ compiler bug, we cannot include the .cpp file
          from the header file, but it must be included in the point of
          instantiation.

Fri Oct 17 18:34:00 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Atomic_Op.i (lock): Added an accessor to ACE_Atomic_Op to
          return a reference to the underlying lock.  Thanks to Janusz
          Stopa <jstopa@Bear.COM> for suggesting this.

Fri Oct 17 15:36:26 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ACE/config-win32-common.h: Added a directive to disable warning
          of using Microsoft template instantiation control extension.

Fri Oct 17 06:31:20 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Atomic_Op.i (operator=): rsh.value () instead of just rhs.

        * Makefile (release): added ACE_VERSION string to ace/Version.h.
          The MS Resource-Compiler doesn't implement the preprocessor
          # operator, so ACE_VERSION supplies the concatenated version
          string.  Thanks to Matthias for suggesting this.

        * ace/Svc_Handler.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: moved
          ace_svc_handler_lock_ to Object_Manager.  This lock was
          created once per Svc_Handler instantiation.  It has been
          replaced by a single lock for all instantiations.  That
          shouldn't be a problem because there are so few Svc_Handler
          instantiations, and the lock is only used for singleton
          creation using double-checked locking.

Fri Oct 17 01:19:35 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.20, released Fri Oct 17 01:19:35 1997.

Fri Oct 17 00:05:55 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/OS: Added ACE_Export to declarations to:
          ace_mutex_lock_cleanup_adapter, ftruncate, ace_thread_adapter

        * ace/OS.cpp (readv, writev): Moved ACE_Export directive from
          OS.cpp to OS.i.

        * ace/Atomic_Op (operator TYPE): operator TYPE() of Atomic_Op has
          been deprecated and removed. Because both user-defined
          conversions and user-defined operators were defined on
          Atomic_Op, it was possible to get ambiguities between the
          user-defined operators and the built-in operators. Therefore,
          operator TYPE() has been removed and explicit accessor value()
          has been added. Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for
          suggesting this.

        * ace/Atomic_Op (operator!=): Add new operator.

        * tests/Atomic_Op_Test.cpp: Previously we had foo.operator== (5).
          It was necessary to resolve the ambiguities between the
          user-defined operators and the built-in operators. Since we have
          removed the automagic type conversion, we can go back to writing
          foo == 5.

        * ACE: Atomic Op related minor changes:

          ace/Malloc.cpp (dump):
          tests/Future_Test.cpp (main):
          tests/Reactors_Test.cpp (handle_input):
          example/Threads/{future1.cpp future2.cpp manual_event.cpp task_two.cpp tss2.cpp}:
          examples/Reactor/Misc/test_reactors.cpp:

        * tests/Notify_Performance_Test.cpp:
        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp:

          Moved explicit template instantiation code to ACE_HAS_THREADS
          part for the test. Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au>
          for pointing this out.

Thu Oct 16 20:44:40 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Message_Block.cpp: Changed how continuations are released in
          the Message_Block::release_i() method to use an iteration rather
          than recursion.  This is to avoid a stack overflow problem
          encountered by Janusz Stopa.

        * ace/OS.cpp: Added ACE_Export to the declarations of ::writev and
          ::readv.  These are emulation implementations for systems that
          don't support them natively.  Was not being resolved correctly
          on NT.  Hopefully this will fix it.  Fix suggested by Rob Head
          (rhead@virtc.com).

Thu Oct 16 14:21:34 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Proactor.cpp: Replaced #include "ace/Servie_Config.h" with
          #include "ace/Object_Manager.h" for declaration of
          ACE_Static_Object_Lock.

Thu Oct 16 10:22:48 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_Heap_T.h:
          Fixed comment on the Heap_Iterator, it said "Iterates over an
          <ACE_Timer_*Hash*_T>").

Thu Oct 16 08:43:50 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (sema_trywait): on VxWorks only, fixed to set errno to
          EBUSY if the semaphore couldn't be taken.  Thanks to Doug for
          suggesting this fix.

        * performance-tests/Misc/preempt.cpp (main): fixed program name.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_osf1_4.0.GNU: OCFLAGS instead of OFLAGS.

        * tests/test_config.h (VxWorks): restored the removal of the log
          file, because it again appears to be necessary.

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: updated VxWorks tests status.

        * ace/OS.cpp,Token_Invariants.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.{h,cpp}:
          moved ace_os_monitor_lock and ACE_Token_Invariants_Creation_Lock
          to Object_Manager.

Thu Oct 16 02:26:12 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.19, released Thu Oct 16 02:26:12 1997.

Thu Oct 16 02:07:54 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp: Added a "max_retries" flag to
          keep the test from hanging forever...  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <stevec@magna.com.au> for motivating this.

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.h: Changed

          class Read_Handler : public ACE_Svc_Handler<<ACE_SOCK_Stream, ACE_INET_Addr, ACE_SYNCH>

          to

          class Read_Handler : public ACE_Svc_Handler<<ACE_SOCK_STREAM, ACE_SYNCH>

          and the same for the Write_Handler.  Thanks to the ever vigilant
          Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for reporting this.

Thu Oct 16 01:18:48 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (socket_init): Changed to use ACE_UNUSED_ARG.

        * ace/SV_Semaphore_Simple.cpp (name_2_key): Explicitly cast the
          return value to (key_t).  It was causing problem on Win32.

Wed Oct 15 22:47:30 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.h:
        * ace/ACE.cpp:
          Added an implementation of the ISO 8802-3 standard 32 bits CRC,
          but for strings only. The implementation was taken from the
          FreeBSD code.

        * ace/SV_Semaphore_Simple.cpp: Improved the hashing algorithm to
          assign a "unique" key for semaphore keys using an string.  This
          solves a problem detected by Mark L. Boriack
          (Mark.L.Boriack@cpmx.saic.com): under OSF/1 the were too many
          collitions with the default arguments for ACE_Process_Mutex.
          Note that this is only a problem if no name is given to it.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp: ACE_Log_Msg_message_queue_ was not initialized
          in platforms without threads.

        * ace/Containers.h: Added a duplicate ACE_Ubounded_Stack_Iterator
          to the NANBOR_EXP_CHANGES block.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_DES_FREE_TEMPLATE): Removed unneeded concatenation
          that was getting the HP/aCC compiler a bit confused. Thanks to
          Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for pointing out the problem
          and then reminding me of actually adding the solution to ACE.

Wed Oct 15 11:07:47 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i: Fixed the flock_trywrlock() and flock_tryrdlock() so
          that they both set errno = EBUSY if they lock is already held.

        * ace/OS.i (mutex_trylock): Make the VxWorks version consistent
          with the other versions by returning -1 and setting errno to
          EBUSY.  Thanks to David Levine for reporting this.

        * ace/Synch.h: Updated the documentation to clarify what the
          return value is from the tryacquire() methods.

        * ace/OS.i (mutex_trylock): On NT, if we try to acquire a mutex
          that's already locked we'll return -1 and set errno to EBUSY
          rather than ETIME to be consistent with Pthreads.  Please see
          the following entry to understand why this doesn't break
          existing code ;-).

        * ace/OS.h: Added a #define for EBUSY on NT.  We'll make it the
          same as ETIME to avoid breaking existing code!

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp (main): Ignore SIGCHLD in the
          child.

Wed Oct 15 14:59:41 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * tests/run_tests.bat: Added Reactor_Performance_Test and
          Notify_Performance_Test to one button test script.

        * tests/tests.dsw: Added Reactor_Performance_Test.dsp and
          Notify_Performance_Test.dsp.

Wed Oct 15 07:21:05 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.{h,i},Version.h: added ACE version macros, and static
          functions to access them in class ACE.

        * Makefile (release): updates ace/Version.h based on contents of
          VERSION.

        * tests/Time_Value_Test.cpp:  added test of ACE version accessors.

        * ace/OS.cpp,Object_Manager.cpp: changed ACE_TSS_CLEANUP_LOCK
          from an ACE_Thread_Mutex to an ACE_Recursive_Thread_Mutex.

        * ace/OS.h: define ACE_NOTREACHED as empty on DEC_CXX (and
          on ghs instead of VXWORKS).

        * tests/TSS_Test.cpp (worker): convert void *c to long if
          ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS to avoid DEC cxx compiler warning.

        * examples/Threads/thread_specific.cpp (worker): convert void *c
          to long if ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS.  Changed name of "lock" to
          "printf_lock" to avoid collision with lock () in DEC cxx
          iostream.hxx.

        * examples/threads/tss1.cpp: removed unused static "lock".

        * examples/IPC_SAP/TLI_SAP/ftp-server.cpp (read_file): convert
          void *fd to long if ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS.  And, put "n" in
          ACE_UNUSED_ARG. (main): put "return 0" in ACE_NOTREACHED.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_osf1_4.0.GNU: minor cleanup, incl.
          addition of -use_ld_input to SOFLAGS.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_osf1_4.0_g++.GNU: added "c" to
          ARFLAGS.

        * tests/Future_Test.cpp,examples/Threads/future[12].cpp
          (Method_Object_Name): removed extraneous ";" after function
          definition.

        * netsvcs/lib/Base_Optimizer.h: adding missing, default "public"
          access specifier.

        * apps/JAWS/Server/HTTP_Config.h: added "class" to friend HTTP_Config
          declaration in HTTP_Config_Info.

        * examples/IPC_SAP/TLI_SAP/ftp-client.cpp: removed unused variable
          "MAXLINE".

        * examples/IPC_SAP/TLI_SAP/db-server.cpp (main): wrapped "return 0"
          with ACE_NOTREACHED.

        * examples/Reactor/Misc/test_timer_queue.cpp (handle_timeout):
          convert void *arg to long if ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS.

        * examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/client/
          local_fifo_client_test.cpp: removed unused variable BUF_LEN.

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_persistence.cpp:
          removed unused Employee ostream << operator.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp: neutered Conn_Test on DEC_CXX.  It
          doesn't build on DEC cxx 5.5 due to apparent template
          instantiation problems.  Thanks to James Johnson for
          reporting that.  And it doesn't terminate when built with
          DEC cxx (beta) 6.0.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.h: removed parens from (???) because
          g++ got upset about encountering a trigraph.

        * tests/{Notify,Reactor}_Performance_Test.cpp: added
          ACE_UNUSED_ARG (handle).

        * tests/Makefile,run_tests.sh: added Reactor_Performance_Test and
          Notify_Performance_Test.

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: added test status of
          Reactor_Performance_Test (doesn't appear to do anything,
          but doesn't return) and Notify_Performance_Test (fcntl
          not supported).

Wed Oct 15 01:48:36 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Containers.{h,i,cpp}:
        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,i,cpp}:  Start modifying these files.
          Will work on them for a day or two.  You guys shouldn't worry
          about these changes affecting anything because I surround my
          changes with #ifdef (NANBOR_EXP_CHANGES) my changes  #else
          original codes #endif.  More details change log will be added
          once I get them all working.

Tue Oct 14 23:54:21 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.18, released Tue Oct 14 23:54:21 1997.

Tue Oct 14 20:27:28 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@swarm.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp:
          Added a debug message to find out who terminates the reactor
          thread.

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp:
          The children could not connect sometimes, this will cause the
          test to hang, waiting for those failed connections.
          I added a simple exponential backoff strategy to retry
          connections until they succeed.

Tue Oct 14 17:48:28 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-hpc++.h: Set ACE_LACKS_SIGNED_CHAR for
          both C++ and aC++, not just C++.  Thanks to Stephen Coy and
          David Levine for finding this.

Tue Oct 14 03:26:17 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h: Moved <sys/types.h> to earlier in the file so that
          u_int will be defined.  Thanks to Neil B. Cohen <nbc@metsci.com>
          for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.cpp (uname): Added a workaround for the fact that
          Chorus doesn't support uname().  Thanks to Wei Chiang for
          this fix.

Tue Oct 14 08:02:20 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Managed_Object.{h,cpp} (ACE_Cleanup_Adapter): added virtual
          destructor, needed by some compilers for vtable placement.
          Thanks to Stephen Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for this patch.

        * ace/Svc_Conf_y.cpp: commented out unused args and wrapped
          assignments in "if" conditionals to avoid g++ warnings.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp},Synch.{h,cpp}: moved
          ACE_Static_Object_Lock from Synch.{h,cpp} to Object_Manager.{h,cpp}.
          This allows it to be absorbed into the ACE_Object_Manager's
          preallocated locks.  The ACE_Static_Object_Lock interface
          isn't really needed any more, but has been kept for backward
          compatibility.

        * ace/Object_Manager.cpp: use a static ACE_Static_Object_Lock,
          temporarily, because the ACE static services needs it.

        * ace/Malloc.cpp,Reactor.cpp,Service_Repository.cpp: added
          #include "ace/Object_Manager.h" for ACE_Static_Object_Lock.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.h: moved ACE_Thread_Manager::THR_FUNC typedef
          outside the class declaration to avoid compilation problems on
          g++/VxWorks/i960 with -g.  THR_FUNC is only used by protected
          ACE_Thread_Manager methods so this doesn't widen the public
          interface.  Thanks to Aaron Valdivia <avaldivia@hns.com> for
          reporting this and verifying the fix.

        * tests/IOStream_Test.cpp (client): multiply floats by 1.0 instead
          of 1 to avoid bad code generation on g++/VxWorks/i960.  Thanks to
          Aaron Valdivia <avaldivia@hns.com> for reporting this.

        * tests/Buffer_Stream_Test.cpp: removed unused static thread_manager.
          It caused core dump during destruction of static objects with
          ACE_HAS_NONSTATIC_OBJECT_MANAGER.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Reactor_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (handle_timeout):
          removed declaration of unused arg "tv".

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (main):
          removed declarations of unused args "argc" and "argv".  And,
          updated template instantiations.

        * ace/OS.h: use "complex" ACE_UNUSED_ARG for DEC_CXX.

        * ace/Reactor.i (implementation): moved definition to top of
          file to prevent use before definition.

        * ace/ARGV.cpp (ACE_ARGV): removed extraneous ; function definition.

        * ace/config-osf1-4.0.h: removed ACE_NEEDS_DEV_IO_CONVERSION.

        * tests/Time_Value_Test.cpp: ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS instead of
          ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONG.

Tue Oct 14 03:13:38 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.17, released Tue Oct 14 03:13:38 1997.

Tue Oct 14 03:10:00 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Service_Types.cpp (fini): Backed out the following change
          until we figure out how to keep existing Svc_Handler code from
          dying...  Thanks to Nanbor for reporting this.

        * ace/Service_Types.cpp: Changed the implementation so that we
          bypass the default cleanup originally done in
          ACE_Service_Type_Impl::fini() and instead perform the cleanup in
          ACE_Service_Object_Type::fini (void).  Thanks to Alex Chan
          <Alex.Chan@Aspect.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/Svc_Conf.y: Make sure that the Module has the same name as
          the Module_Type object from the svc.conf file.  We need to do
          this because the Stream_Type::fini() method removes each module
          by the name given in the configuration file (stored in the
          Module_Type object).  But the Stream::remove() method compares
          this name against the name stored in the Module.  So the object
          is deleted, but never removed from the list.  Another traversal
          of the list causes a crash...  Thanks to Eric Newton for
          suggesting this fix.

        * ace/OS.cpp (invoke): Added call to AfxEndThread insides
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup::exit() such that the same cleanup would not be
          executed again when threads exit in ace_thread_adapter() in
          OS.cpp.  Thanks to Alex Chan <Alex.Chan@Aspect.com> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/Service_Config.cpp (process_directives): Avoid reporting
          lex/yacc leakage since there is nothing we could do about it.
          Thanks to Alex Chan <Alex.Chan@Aspect.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/Svc_Conf.y: Removed duplicate call to symbol() to avoid the
          problem that dynamic service objects are created twice.  Thanks
          to Alex Chan <Alex.Chan@Aspect.com> for reporting this.

        * examples/Reactor/FIFO/client.cpp (main): Fixed the call to
          fifo_sender.send () so that it passes msg rather than &msg.
          Thanks to Sandro Doro <doros@aureus> for reporting this.

Tue Oct 14 02:49:02 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * tests/Notify_Performance_Test.cpp: New performance test. This
          test is used to time the notification mechanisms of the
          ACE_Reactors. Both the WFMO_Reactor and Select_Reactor can be
          tested. The notify() mechanism can also be tested with or
          without data.

        * tests/Reactor_Performance_Test.cpp: New performance test. This
          test is used to time the dispatching mechanisms of the
          ACE_Reactors. Both the WFMO_Reactor and Select_Reactor can be
          tested.

        * ace/Svc_Handler.cpp (shutdown): Change READ_MASK | WRITE_MASK to
          ALL_EVENTS_MASK.

        * ace/Atomic_Op (value): Added an explicit value accessor.

Mon Oct 13 23:07:15 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp (handle_signal): Removed the
          ACE_DEBUG calls in the child reader signal handler.  This was
          causing all sorts of random problems due to the asynchronous
          nature of signals.  Thanks to David Levine for pointing this
          out.

Mon Oct 13 16:27:46 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.h:
        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp:
          Fixed wrong header file, thanks to Irfan (irfan@cs.wustl.edu)

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_persistence.cpp:
        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp:
          Added a couple of ACE_NOTREACHED, thanks to Torbjorn Lindgren
          <tl@funcom.no> for pointing out this one.

        * ace/Priority_Reactor.cpp:
          Added some more template specializations.

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp:
          Fixed a number of bugs: hostname not initialized when creating
          the server address.
          The Svc_Handler base class should be instantiated using the
          ACE_*_STREAM macros.
          The code for non-threaded platforms was broken.
          Thanks to Irfan <irfan@cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Priority_Task_Test.cpp:
          We use the new ACE_Sched_Priority_Iterator.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_irix6.x-32_sgic++.GNU:
        * include/makeinclude/platform_irix6.x-n32_sgic++.GNU:
          Removed this old config files, they have been superseeded by
          platform_irix6.x_sgic++.GNU.

Mon Oct 13 15:41:32 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/Select_Reactor.i, Priority_Reactor.i: Moved code for the
          ACE_Event_Tuple struct from Priority_Reactor.i to Select_Reactor.i.

        * ace/Priority_Reactor.cpp: added #include Malloc_T.h to build on AIX.

        * ace/Synch_T.h, Timer_Queue_Adapters.h - added a template argument
          to the non-ACE_HAS_TEMPLATE_TYPEDEFS, multi-threaded version of
          the ACE_SYNCH_CONDITION macro - of the 3 possibilities for its
          definition, this is the only case which requires a template
          argument.  Timer_Queue_Adapters.h is the only user of the definition,
          and it was changed to not supply the template argument.

        * tests/Conn_Test.h:
        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.h: Added #include "ace/SOCK_Stream.h"

Mon Oct 13 13:42:05 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server/Handle_Thr_Stream.cpp (svc):
          Added a macro to define L_cuserid on Win32.

Mon Oct 13 13:44:40 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Priority_Reactor: Fixed a gross violation of ACE coding
          standard. Changed bucket to bucket_.

Mon Oct 13 12:58:01 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i: moved ACE_OS::strcasecmp () definition after
          ACE_OS::strlen () to prevent use before definition.

        * ace/Priority_Reactor.i: reordered initializers to match
          declaration order.

        * ace/Sched_Params.i: reordered function definitions to prevent
          uses before definitions.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (ACE_Thread_Descriptor ctor): reordered
          initializers to match declaration order.  (spawn_i): added
          ACE_UNUSED_ARG (t_handle) without WTHREADS.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (wait): moved all of the "join" block
          inside the #ifndef VXWORKS so that it compiles on VxWorks.

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (ACE_NOOP_Creation_Strategy<SVC_HANDLER>::
          make_svc_handler): removed unused arg declaration to avoid
          compiler warning.

        * ace/Svc_Conf_y.cpp: commented out unused args and wrapped
          assignments in "if" conditionals to avoid g++ warnings.

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp (handle_input): added
          ACE_UNUSED_ARG (h).

        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/CPP-connector.cpp (handle_signal):
          added ACE_UNUSED_ARG (signum).

Mon Oct 13 03:25:45 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.16, released Mon Oct 13 03:25:45 1997.

Mon Oct 13 03:18:33 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.h: Removed the following code from
          ACE_Thread_Control:

          #if defined (ACE_MT_SAFE) && (ACE_MT_SAFE != 0)
          static ACE_Thread_Mutex ace_thread_lock_;
          // Lock the creation of the Singleton.
          #endif /* defined (ACE_MT_SAFE) */

          What on earth was this doing here?!  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <stevec@magna.com.au> for reporting this.

Mon Oct 13 00:10:00 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * tests/Atomic_Op_Test.cpp (main): Changed "foo == 5L" to
          "foo.operator== (5L)" because the former was breaking some
          compilers (e.g., HP/UX aCC).

        * ace/Connector.h (open): Removed the defaults arguments since
          some compilers complain about the two open()s being
          indistinguishable.

Sun Oct 12 23:51:57 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/{Synch_T,Atomic_Op}: All the relational operators should
          return int (really return bool) rather than TYPE.

Sun Oct 12 18:41:01 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@swarm.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp:
          Added several missing template specializations.

        * ace/Priority_Reactor.cpp:
          Fixed typo (#pragme for #pragma).
          Added several missing template instantiation.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp:
          The includes were missing and there was a minor syntax error.

Sun Oct 12 16:16:15 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ace_{dll,lib}.dsp: Added Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp into
          project files.

        * tests: Added a new test Priority_Reactor_Test.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.{h,i}: Added or moved the line that
          instructs edit mode to use on emace to the first line.  Also
          added ACE_Export to classes in this file.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_Adapters.cpp: Added proper inclusion of the
          header file.  Corrected a syntax error.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Timer_Queue.dsw:  Added a new project
          Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.dsp.

        * tests/run_tests.{bat,sh}: Added MT_SOCK_Test and
          Priority_Reactor_Test into one-buttoned test set.

Sun Oct 12 16:53:32 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server: Reformatted
          and recommented the code a bit.

        * ace/OS: Added 3 new ACE #defines:

          #define ACE_ONE_SECOND_IN_MSECS 1000L
          #define ACE_ONE_SECOND_IN_USECS 1000000L
          #define ACE_ONE_SECOND_IN_NSECS 1000000000L

          This is much easier to read than trying to keep track of the
          000s!  Then, replaced all uses of the original values with the
          new symbolic constants.

        * ace/Timer_List.cpp: Removed an explicit template instantiation
          of ACE_Async_Timer_Queue_Adapter<>.  Why was it here in the
          first place?

        * ace: Created a new group of Timer_Queue_Adapters files and moved
          the Async and Thread adapters into this file. This reduces the
          amount of coupling in the ACE library and removes problems with
          circular includes.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T: Added a new ACE_Thread_Timer_Queue_Adapter,
          which makes it possible to use a timer queue in a thread
          automagically.  Thanks to Carlos O'Ryan for writing this.

        * examples/Timer_Queue: Began to integrate Carlo's new thread
          timer queue test.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: Changed the
          timer queue from a Timer_List to a Timer_Heap.

        * examples/Makefile (DIRS): Added Timer_Queue to the list of DIRS
          to build.

Sun Oct 12 16:45:47 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Sched_Params.h:
          Added some comments.

        * examples/Timer_Queue/Thread_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp:
          Added some comments and template specializations.

        * examples/Naming/Makefile:
          There is no need to set LDLIBS to add local object files
          anymore, using FILES is enough.

Sun Oct 12 03:35:37 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Timer_Queue: Added a new directory for testing of
          various usages of timer queue.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test: Moved to examples/Timer_Queue.
          It doesn't really belong to tests/ directory.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (register_stdin_handler): Must register the reactor
          we are using to the event handler.
          (read_adapter): Must notify the reactor when we are done with
          handling stdin event.

Sun Oct 12 00:26:56 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Makefile:
        * ace/Priority_Reactor.h:
        * ace/Priority_Reactor.i:
        * ace/Priority_Reactor.cpp:
          Augmentes Select_Reactor, adding priority based dispatching for
          the I/O Event_Handlers, the only feature supported is
          dispatching in the order defined by the priorities.
          Each Event_Handler defines its priority, if the priority is out
          of range the culprit is "punished" by dispatching at the lowest
          priority.
          Care has been exercised to avoid dynamic memory allocation.

        * tests/Makefile:
        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.h:
        * tests/Priority_Reactor_Test.cpp:
          Added small tests of the Priority_Reactor, the test runs an
          Acceptor on the main thread and creates several threads (or
          processes if the plaform does not support threads) that connect
          to this Acceptor. The writing threads send several short
          messages, the main thread receives them using one Svc_Handler
          per writer, dispatched at different priorities.
          The test itself is interesting, it shows how to write very
          simple Svc_Handler, Connectors and Acceptors.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.h:
        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp:
          The dispatching of all the handles in a "group" (READ, WRITE or
          EXCEPT) was encapsulated in a single routine.

        * ace/Malloc_T.cpp:
          In the Cached_Allocator memory was allocated as an arrays of
          char, it must be released the same way.

        * ace/Sched_Params.h:
        * ace/Sched_Params.i:
          Added a new class (ACE_Sched_Priority_Iterator) to iterate over
          the priorities.

        * tests/Priority_Task_Test.cpp:
          Added some comments.

Sat Oct 10 16:23:49 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp: Passes the test if the should-fail
          non-blocking test fails for any reason - not limited to ECONNREFUSED
          or ENOTCONN.

Sat Oct 11 16:02:33 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.15, released Sat Oct 11 16:02:33 1997.

Sat Oct 11 14:38:16 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/SOCK_Connector.cpp (complete): Fixed a typo with
          ACE_NON_BLOCKING_BUG_DELAY.  Thanks to John Zeb Dhom"
          <zeb@ibm.net> for reporting this.

        * tests/MT_SOCK_Test.cpp (client): Slightly revised the client
          function so that it doesn't try to use non-blocking connects if
          it's on a Win32 platform that has bugs with non-blocking
          connects.

        * ace/SOCK_Connector.cpp: It appears that connect() can set the
          ETIMEDOUT errno if the connection times out (whatever that
          means).  Therefore, I need to check for that errno, rather than
          ETIME after calling connect().

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp: Added a check for ETIMEDOUT
          since this appears to be set by some platforms (e.g.,
          SGI).

Sat Oct 11 02:52:10 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.14, released Sat Oct 11 02:52:10 1997.

Sat Oct 11 02:10:29 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Logger/simple-server/Makefile:
        * examples/Mem_Map/IO-tests/Makefile:
        * examples/Reactor/Multicast/Makefile:
        * examples/Service_Configurator/Misc/Makefile:
          Fixed some more problems with the Makefiles for binaries; I took
          the chance and added RCS ids on the Makefiles

Fri Oct 10 18:39:39 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Service_Config_Test.cpp: Moved the static member function
          called cleanup() out into a stand-alone extern "C" function
          called test_singleton_cleanup() to workaround MVS C++ compiler
          bugs.  Thanks to Chuck Gehr for reporting this.

        * ace/Task.cpp: Solved the age old MVS C++ problem where we can't
          register C++ static member functions as C callback functions.
          The solution here was to create a C wrapper to do the callback.
          Thanks to Chuck Gehr for reporting this.

        * tests/Service_Config_Test.cpp: Made the destructor of
          Test_Singleton public to work around bugs with the MVS C++
          compiler.  Thanks to Chuck Gehr for reporting this.

        * ace/ACE,
          ace/Proactor,
          ace/SOCK_Connector,
          ace/SPIPE_Connector,
          ace/Acceptor,
          tests/Conn_Test: Changed ETIMEDOUT errno to ETIME errno to be
          consistent throughout ACE.  There should be no uses of
          ETIMEDOUT in ACE or the test apps and examples.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (handle_timed_complete): Only assume that we've
          timed out if the return value from select() == 0 *and* the
          timeout value isn't NULL...

        * ace/Object_Manager.h: Replaced the use of ACE_MT() in the header
          file with a #ifdef.  This solves problems that arise when ACE_MT
          is defined as "nothing" when MT_SAFE is not defined. As a code
          which has "ACE_MT();" becomes just ";" and fail to compile.
          Thanks to Avraham Nash <ANash@Engagetech.com> for reporting
          this.

Fri Oct 10 19:55:50 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/ASX/CCM_App/Makefile:
        * include/makeinclude/rules.bin.GNU:
          I have re-applied Steve Huston changes from Oct 01, the change
          was (IMHO) useful and made compilation cleaner.

        * examples/ASX/Event_Server/Event_Server/Makefile:
          Fixed problem that made compilation fail.

Fri Oct 10 19:52:44 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/OS.h:
        * ace/Connector.cpp:
        * ace/SOCK_Connector.cpp: Added new #define
          ACE_NON_BLOCKING_BUG_DELAY and replace their uses from some
          magic numbers to this constant.

Fri Oct 10 19:27:28 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * include/makeinclude/rules.bin.GNU
          examples/ASX/CCM_App/Makefile
             Removed the changes to these files added Oct 01.

Fri Oct 10 15:21:07 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/CPP-connector.cpp
          (disconnecting): Remove this method. It was not being used. Also
          rewrote some parts of handle_close to make the code simple.

        * ace/Connector.cpp (create_AST): The register_handler() method
          now needs to explicitly be given the handle to wait on. This is
          because the get_handle() method of Connector has been
          depricated.

        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/test_sock_connector.cpp (main):
          Since this test waits on the STDIN handle to become ready, we
          have to make sure that the WFMO_Reactor is used on Win32. This
          is necessary since select() on NT does not support waiting on
          STDIN.

        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/CPP-connector.cpp (open): On
          Win32, the std handle must be registered directly (and not as a
          socket).  On non-Win32, the std handle must be registered as a
          normal handle with the READ mask. Since on Win32, STDIN is used
          directly as an waitable handle, handle_signal will be called
          instead of handle_input. Therefore, we had to add handle_signal
          to the event_handler.

Fri Oct 10 15:16:47 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.{h,cpp}:
        * ace/Select_Reactor.{h,cpp}:
        * ace/Reactor_Impl.h:
        * ace/Reactor.h:  Added 2 new functions in ACE_Reactor class so we
          can replace the signal handler and timer queue the reactor is
          using.  Notice that you should do this before you start the
          reactor, otherwise, you may loose your scheduled timed events.

Fri Oct 10 14:49:40 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * bin/man2html: Added a new set rul -e 's/^$/<P>/g', which
          correctly preserves paragraph boundaries.  Regenerated all of
          the ACE html documentation so that it is much better formatted.

Fri Oct 10 11:08:02 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/run_tests.sh:
          We remove the log file before running a test, we also check for
          the log file existance before running run_test.check on
          it. Thanks to Dean Clamons <dean@n5170a.nrl.navy.mil> for
          helping us with this.

        * tests/run_tests.check:
          IRIX egrep does not support -q, we redirect the output the
          /dev/null instead.

Fri Oct 10 01:46:07 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.13, released Fri Oct 10 01:46:07 1997.

Thu Oct  9 22:23:56 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: Moved the explicit template
          instantiations for ACE_Unbounded_Queue out of the complicated
          #ifdef since we also want this to compile even if we don't have
          threads.

        * tests/MT_SOCK_Test.cpp: Revised the code so that it uses
          processes on UNIX rather than threads.

        * tests/SOCK_Test.cpp (spawn): Cleaned up the code to make it
          correct.

        * ace/Get_Opt.cpp (ACE_Get_Opt): Changed the third argument to the
          ACE_Get_Opt constructor be changed from `char *' to `const char
          *'.  Thanks to Eric Newton for suggesting this.

Thu Oct 09 18:43:14 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (connect_svc_handler): Added
          synchronization to the method as the setting of the in_use bit
          in the service handler must be done atomically with the finding
          and binding of the service handler in the cache.

        * tests/Conn_Test.cpp (client_connections): Added multithreading
          to the test in order to test out the new MT features of the
          Connector.

        * ace/OS.cpp (invoke): Somehow there was a bug introduced in
          ACE_Thread_Adapter::invoke where the user entry point was being
          called twice!

Thu Oct 09 17:54:31 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.12, released Thu Oct 09 17:54:31 1997.

Thu Oct  9 17:46:59 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp:
          Added explicit instantiation of
          ACE_Unbounded_Queue_Iterator<ACE_Thread_Descriptor>, it seems to
          be needed on Linux and other platforms; thanks to Huiying Shen
          <shen@environ.org> for pointing out this one.

        * ace/OS.h:
        * ace/OS.i:
          Reverted the change that added support for
          pthread_setconcurrency on IRIX, the function was supposed to be
          undocumented, but present on the libraries, I could not find it
          in any of the SGI machines we have access to.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp:
          On IRIX/SGIC++ we need to instantiate ACE_Node too.

        * ace/SOCK.h:
          Moved the open() method to the public interface, it is used by
          ACE_SOCK_Connector.

Wed Oct  8 20:01:35 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/SOCK_Connector: Modified the ACE_SOCK_Connector so that it
          doesn't maintain state and doesn't inherit from ACE_SOCK.
          Therefore, we can have multiple threads using the same
          ACE_SOCK_Connector simultaneously without any reentrancy
          problems.

        * ace/SOCK.h: Moved the open() method into the public part of the
          class so it can be used in ACE_SOCK_Connector::connect().

        * ace/Connector.h: Removed the this->connector_ from the
          ACE_Connector class in order to make this pattern work correctly
          with multi-threaded programs.  Also removed the connector()
          accessor (which was never useful anyway).

        * ace/SOCK.cpp (open): Explicitly test setsockopt() for -1 in case
          of failure.

        * tests/SOCK_Test.cpp (server): Revised this test to reflect the
          fact that it doesn't iterate, but only runs one client and one
          server.

        * tests: Added a new test for multi-threaded sockets called
          MT_SOCK_Test.cpp.  Thanks to Bob Laferriere
          <laferrie@gsao.med.ge.com> for motivating this test.

Wed Oct  8 12:09:46 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (strcasecmp): Oops, we forgot to compare the strlen
          first.  Thanks to Murphy Ivan <Ivan.Murphy@med.siemens.de> for
          fixing the bug.

        * ace/OS.h: Added THR_DAEMON macro definition for Win32 (et. al.?)
          to avoid compilation error.
          Removed ACE_HAS_BROKEN_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR and related macros.

Wed Oct  8 09:52:20 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Parse_Node.cpp:
          Fixed the minor syntax error *again*.

Tue Oct  7 17:10:51 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@swarm.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Token_Manager.cpp:
          Added a defined(ACE_MT_SAFE) protection around the lock creation
          on ACE_Token_Manager::instance(), otherwise it would not work on
          platforms without threads. Thanks to "Neil B. Cohen"
          <nbc@metsci.com> for pointing this one out.

Tue Oct  7 07:07:45 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Parse_Node.cpp (symbol): Added an ACE_ERROR_RETURN instead
          of an ACE_RETURN to bail out if an error occurs.  Thanks to Eric
          Newton for reporting this.

Tue Oct  7 10:57:48 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@swarm.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h:
          Added a prototype for pthread_setconcurrency when
          ACE_HAS_IRIX62_THREADS is defined. This function is undocumented
          but was needed by some users.

        * ace/Parse_Node.cpp:
          Fixed a minor syntax error.

Tue Oct 07 06:58:40 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.11, released Tue Oct 07 06:58:40 1997.

Tue Oct  7 02:51:55 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/TSS_Test.cpp (main):
        * tests/Task_Test.cpp (main):
        * tests/Barrier_Test.cpp (main): Removed thread_handles[] since we
          don't need to join the thread explicitly anymore.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp}:  Added an ACE_Unbounded_Quque to
          collect terminated threads so that we can later join the threads
          automatically by issuing a ACE_Thread_Manager::wait().  Some
          typos are also fixed.  Next step will be to replace current
          thr_table_ with a hash table and store an index to this table
          in TSS.

Mon Oct  6 22:16:45 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager: Added a new task() method to
          ACE_Thread_Manager that returns a pointer to the current
          ACE_Task_Base we're executing in if this thread is indeed
          running in an ACE_Task_Base, else return 0.  Thanks to Ari Erev
          <ari_erev@icomverse.com> and John Neystadt for suggesting this.

        * ace/Thread_Manager: Moved the task_ pointer from the public part
          of the ACE_Thread_Descriptor class into the private part of the
          class and added an inline accessor instead.

        * ace/{Parse_Node.{h,cpp},Svc_Conf.y}: Added support to enable
          dynamically allocate objects from factory functions that have
          been pre-registered with the Service Configurator instead of
          relying on dynamic loading.  The new config file syntax would be
          (note the colons):

          dynamic joe Service_Object * : make_queue() active
          dynamic bob Service_Object * : make_queue() active

          Functions are found in the list of statically defined functions
          for static services.  Thanks to Eric C. Newton <ecn@smart.net>
          for this fix.

Mon Oct  6 13:00:19 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/CORBA_Handler.cpp: Removed the use of reactor_ in the .cpp
          file too; we are using the ACE_Event_Handler reactor_ (which is
          a base class).

Sat Oct 04 17:40:30 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.10, released Sat Oct 04 17:40:30 1997.

Sat Oct  4 11:57:25 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * apps/Orbix-Examples/Event_Comm/{Supplier,Consumer}/Makefile:
          Changed a typo where /src/ was being used instead of /libsrc/.
          Thanks to Jean-Marc STRAUSS <strauss@objectif.fr> for reporting
          this.

        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/CPP-connector.cpp (init):
          Removed the initialization of the local address.  This is
          error-prone and confusing to use.  Thanks to Huiying Shen
          <shen@environ.org> for reporting this.

        * ace/SV_Semaphore_Simple: Added support for IPC_EXCL in order to
          determine, upon creating the semaphore, if it already exists
          (which means a bad key was selected), another daemon is still
          running or the previous daemon didn't remove its resources.  I
          have this implemented now by first opening the semaphore and if
          that fails then creating it.  To support this, added another
          enum, ACE_EXCL = IPC_EXCL, to the class header.
          Also, changed the ACE_SV_Semaphore_Simple::open( key_t, ... )
          method to use

          if (ACE_BIT_ENABLED (flags, IPC_CREAT))

          rather than

          if (flags == IPC_CREAT)

          Thanks to Michael McKnight <mcknight@signalsoftcorp.com> for
          reporting this.

        * ace: Replaced all uses of the template param LOCK with ACE_LOCK
          to avoid conflicts with some systems that have a macro named
          LOCK.

        * ace/IOStream_T.h: Added ACE_LACKS_ACE_IOSTREAM to the
          IOStream_T.* files.  Thanks to Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no>
          for reporting this.

        * ace/{Proactor,Service_Config,ACE_Sig_Handler}: Removed the use
          of sig_atomic_t as a return type.  Thanks to Torbjorn Lindgren
          <tl@funcom.no> for reporting this.

Sat Oct 04 03:14:46 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.cpp (add_network_events_i): While looking
          through all entries in the current (and suspended) handles for a
          matching handle, we need to skip those that have been scheduled
          for deletion). Also changed ACE_BIT_STRICTLY_ENABLED to
          ACE_BIT_ENABLED.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp (bit_ops): Since CONNECT is no longer a
          logical OR of READ and WRITE, we have to explicitly make sure
          that enable the handle in the correct wait sets.

        * ace/Event_Handler.h: Changed the values of the event
          masks. CONNECT is no longer a logical OR of READ and WRITE. It
          was its own unique value.

        * ace/OS.h: Removed ACE_BIT_STRICTLY_ENABLED. It did not do what I
          thought it would do.

        * ace/Connector.cpp (handle_output): Added code that tries to find
          out if the reactor uses event associations for the handles it
          waits on. If so we need to reset it. This is necessary for
          asynchronous connects.

        * ace/SOCK_Connector.i (reset_new_handle): Added new method on all
          connectors to reset event associations of handles.

Fri Oct 03 21:20:26 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Makefile: disable INSTALL in $(ACE_ROOT)/ace Makefile,
          because it's not needed and it creates circular symlinks when
          the library build fails.

Fri Oct  3 11:39:45 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager: Added a new flags_ field to
          ACE_Thread_Descriptor and changed the insert_thr() and
          append_thr() methods to update this flag so that we can keep
          track of whether the thread was created "detached" or not.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp (event_loop_done): Replaced the use of
          sig_atomic_t with int to workaround bugs with KAI C++.  Thanks
          to Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no> for reporting this.

        * ace/CORBA_Handler: Removed the reactor() accessors since they
          are subsumed by the methods in ACE_Event_Handler.  Thanks to
          Jean-Marc STRAUSS <strauss@objectif.fr> for reporting this.

Thu Oct 02 15:38:34 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * Reactor: Renamed reset_new_handle to uses_event_associations.

        * ace/FIFO_Recv.cpp (ACE_FIFO_Recv): aux_handle_ must correctly be
          initialized to ACE_INVALID_HANDLE. Thanks to Sandro Doro
          <doros@aureus> for reporting this.

Thu Oct 02 11:21:37 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_{aix aix4.2}.GNU: added the
          shared_libs_only = 0 and static_libs = 1 settings since C Set++
          builds the shared libs from the static.

        * ace/OS.h: Removed spaces around '##' in ACE_DES_FREE_TEMPLATE macro.

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp: added #include "ace/Thread_Manager.h"

        * ace/Managed_Object.h: Added <TYPE> template arg in the "unimplemented
          function" section.

Thu Oct 02 10:46:18 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/Malloc.h: added some comments on rationale and use of
          ACE_MALLOC_ALIGN.

Wed Oct 01 19:08:26 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * include/makeinclude/rules.bin.GNU: correctly builds programs
          with multiple object modules.

        * examples/ASX/CCM_App/Makefile: needed some adjustment to work with
          new rules.bin.GNU, above.

Wed Oct 01 14:11:03 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/Remote_Name_Space.cpp (resolve): We need to allocate one more
          space than what strlen reports.

Wed Oct 01 12:45:51 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.cpp (count_interfaces, get_handle): changed "unix" to
          "__unix" because DEC CXX doesn't #define "unix".  Thanks to
          Billy Quinn <bquinn@lads.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/High_Res_Timer.h: added comment from Gabe
          <begeddov@proaxis.com> about ACE_OS::gethrtime () drift on MP
          machines.

        * ace/OS.i (gethrtime, Solaris only): removed ACE_OSCALL_RETURN
          wrapper around ::gethrtime () because it was broken (the type
          was int) and not necessary (::gethrtime () should never fail),
          so we can remove its overhead.

        * tests/Time_Value_Test.cpp: undef ACE_NO_INLINE in the
          ACE_U_LongLong test hacks.

        * tests/SV_Shared_Memory_Test.cpp: delay construction of allocator
          until first needed because it needs something that the
          ACE_Object_Manager constructs.

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: added console printout before each test.

Tue Sep 30 21:42:58 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.9, released Tue Sep 30 21:42:58 1997.

Tue Sep 30 17:15:14 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Filecache.{h,cpp}: I removed the static locks in the
          Filecache and made them local member objects.  Since Filecache
          is usually a singleton, no more memory is required this way.

        * tests/Hash_Map_Manager_Test.cpp: Added some code to test the
          Hash_Map_Manager_Iterator.  This is to show Bob Laferriere that
          it works.

Tue Sep 30 13:41:14 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server/Handle_R_Stream.i
          (handle_input):
        * examples/Reactor/ReactorEx/test_network_events.cpp (handle_input):
        * examples/Logger/simple-server/Logging_Acceptor.cpp
          (handle_input): Changed to use reset_new_handle () for querying
          whether we need to reset handles or not.

Tue Sep 30 08:35:15 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Atomic_Op.i: added CVS header.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: removed Filecache arrays, because
          Filecache no longer needs them.

        * ace/Filecache.{h,cpp}: removed unused static Filecache::lock_.

        * tests/test_config.h: Added 1 second sleep to ACE_END_TEST to
          allow all threads to terminate gracefully.
          VxWorks only: removed the hack removal of the log file, because
          it no longer appears to be necessary.

        * tests/TSS_Test_Errno.h,TSS_Test.cpp: dynamically allocate
          Errno::lock_ to try to avoid problem with cleanup of statics
          on VxWorks.  It doesn't solve the problem, all of the time.
          There are still statics in the ACE library, which could be
          causing it.

Tue Sep 30 01:35:28 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Naming_Context.cpp (close, close_down): Separated these two
          functions calls.  Close now only release the name_space_
          resource and close_down release all resources.  Close should be
          use when changing the name_space.

Mon Sep 29 22:29:46 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (accept_svc_handler ):
        * ace/Service_Manager.cpp (handle_input):
        * ace/Acceptor.cpp (handle_input, accept_svc_handler): Changed to
          use reset_new_handle () for querying whether we need to reset
          handles or not.

        * ace/Reactor.{h,i} (reset_new_handle):
        * ace/Reactor_Impl.h (reset_new_handle):
        * ace/Select_Reactor.{h,i} (reset_new_handle):
        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.{h,i} (reset_new_handle): Added this new method
          so we can determine whether the implementation of the reactor
          requires us to decouple the event a handle inherit from accept.
          This scheme doesn't depend on the RTTI support of compilers.
          Thanks to Irfan for the tips.

Mon Sep 29 21:28:02 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Synch (ACE_Recursive_Thread_Mutex): Methods were added to
          ACE_Recursive_Thread_Mutex so that it has a consistent interface
          with other locking mechanisms.  Thanks to Phil Logan
          <phill@in.ot.com.au> for submitting these changes.

Mon Sep 29 13:28:05 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (thr_setconcurrency): added support on Irix 6.x, using
          its ::pthread_setconcurrency ().  Thanks to Felix Popp
          <fxpopp@immd9.informatik.uni-erlangen.de> for letting us know
          about this Irix 6.2/3 system function, and for testing it out.

        * ace/ACE.cpp (handle_timed_complete) force recv check on VxWorks
          because its read handle is always not set.  Thanks to Steve for
          helping track down the problem.  We might want to consider doing
          it this way on Unix platforms, as well, according to Steve.

        * apps/JAWS/server/HTTP_Server_T.cpp (accept): fixed typo,
          "remote_address" instead of "remote_adrress".

        * tests/Time_Value_Test.cpp (test_ace_u_longlong): replaced
          ACE_ASSERTs with calls to a static function that prints out
          why the test failed.  Also, disabled test of ACE_U_LongLong
          if ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONG.

        * ace/OS.h: 1) Use u_long for ACE_hrtime_t if ACE_HAS_64BIT_LONGS.
          2) Added ACE_NO_INLINE support to allow wrapper_macros.GNU to
          disable inlining from the command line.  3) Added
          ACE_HAS_VERBOSE_NOTSUP support.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: added "inline" flag to
          allow enabling/disabling of inlining from the command line or
          platform_macros.GNU.

        * ace/config-vxworks*.h: added ACE_HAS_VERBOSE_NOTSUP.

Mon Sep 29 11:15:10 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h (ace_cleanup_destroyer): Made this an export function.

Sat Sep 27 17:04:48 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Reactor: Added new methods to be able to set and get the
          implementation class being used by the reactor. The set method
          is protected and should be used with care, specially while
          changing the implementation class midway through an
          application. Also both the methods are virtual, and user can
          subclass to change their behavior. The internal code of the
          reactor also changed to now use these methods exclusively rather
          than the the raw data variables.

        * ace/Acceptor.cpp (handle_input): When using the WFMO_Reactor, we
          need to reset the event association for the newly created
          handle. This is because the newly created handle will inherit
          the properties of the listen handle, including its event
          associations. Therefore two changes were made:

          - A new directive (flag) was added to all the acceptors
            (LSOCK_Acceptor, SOCK_Acceptor, SPIPE_Acceptor, TLI_Acceptor,
            and UPIPE_Acceptor) to reset the event associations of the
            newly created handle. Currently only the SOCK_Acceptor pays
            attentions to this directive, others just ignore it. This flag
            had to be added to all the acceptors for interface
            compatibility and also to make sure that the Acceptor template
            code works correctly.

          - A dynamic_cast was necessary to determine at run-time which
            implementation of the Reactor we are using. But because this
            code is limited to Win32, there should be no problems doing
            the dynamic_cast.

          The same thing as above needed to be done to:

          - ACE_Accept_Strategy::accept_svc_handler (ace/Strategies_T.cpp)

          - ACE_Service_Manager::handle_input (ace/Service_Manager.cpp)

          - LOCK_SOCK_Acceptor::accept (apps/JAWS/server/HTTP_Server_T.h)

          - Logging_Acceptor.cpp::handle_input (examples/Logger/simple-server/Logging_Acceptor.cpp)

          - Network_Listener::handle_input (examples/Reactor/ReactorEx/test_network_events.cpp)

          - Handle_R_Stream::handle_input (examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server/Handle_R_Stream.i)

Sat Sep 27 20:03:29 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sunos5_sunc++_orbix.GNU:
          Activated exceptions by default too, since they are used by
          Orbix anyway.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sunos5_sunc++.GNU:
          Some libraries were missing and the locations were not
          completely accurate.

        * ace/config-sunos5.5-sunc++-4.x-orbix.h:
          I let the MT Orbix as the default, since that is the
          configuration here and that was implicit in the platform*.GNU
          files.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU:
          Added flags to the IDL compiler to emit support for both
          CORBA::Any (-A) and the BOAImpl (-B) approach for the server
          side implementations.

        * ace/CORBA_Handler.cpp:
          The full definition for Thread_Manager was missing, I added an
          include for it.

Sat Sep 27 07:59:18 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU,
          platform_{chorus,lynxos,vxworks*}.GNU:
          default to building shared libs only, except on Chorus,
          LynxOS, and VxWorks.  While the "shared_libs_only=1" make
          flag is still supported, it is no longer necessary because
          it is the default.

          To revert to the prior behavior of building both shared and
          static libraries, add "static_libs=1" to either your make
          command invocation or your include/makeinclude/platform_macros.GNU.

Sat Sep 27 00:45:10 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/OS/Process/README (imore):
        * examples/OS/Process/Makefile:
        * examples/OS/Process/imore.cpp:  Added a new example: imore.

        * ace/SOCK_Stream.cpp (close, close_reader, close_writer): Moved
          invalid handlers checking from close to close_reader and
          close_writer.

Fri Sep 26 14:28:36 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * tests/SPIPE_Test.cpp:
        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test: Changed the macro "ACE_LACKS_EXEC"
          to "ACE_LACKS_FORK".

        * ace/SOCK_Stream.cpp (close): Added checking for invalid handle
          before shutting down the write end.

Fri Sep 26 11:55:27 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/Malloc.h: Use signed math in the preprocessor calculations
          for ACE_CONTROL_BLOCK_ALIGN_LONGS (and all of its contributing
          factors).

        * ace/ACE.cpp: Fixed the TLI/BSD checks in handle_timed_complete.

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp: Added ENOTCONN as a valid fail
          condition (in addition to ECONNREFUSED).

Fri Sep 26 05:11:40 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/SOCK_Acceptor.cpp (shared_accept): Made the newly added
          WSAEventSelect code unreachable.  It caused several test program
          hung when performing socket recieving.  Don't know why this is
          happening.  According to the online manual, this should be the
          right thing to do.  Some more Access Violations to be fix
          tomorrow.  Oh, I mean, today.

Fri Sep 26 01:22:28 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS: Made a few changes to OS.h and OS.i to stop compiler
          warnings.  Thanks to Wei Chiang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/config-chorus.h: Added ACE_LACKS_RLIMIT and removed
          ACE_LACKS_SIGACTION.  Thanks to Wei Chiang
          <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for reporting this.

        * ace/TLI_Connector.cpp (complete): Changed the call to
          ACE::handle_timed_complete() to use the new parameter.

        * ace/ACE: Added an extra parameter to the call to
          ACE::handle_timed_complete() to indicate (at run-time) that this
          is being called via a TLI interface.  Thanks to the
          ever-vigilant Steve Huston for suggesting this.

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp: "ACEified" the new test program.

Thu Sep 25 23:27:38 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/config-win32.h: Error in directives: it should be "Define
          ACE_HAS_WINSOCK2 to 0 in your config.h file if you do *not* want
          to compile with WinSock 2.0.". The typo was a 1 instead of the
          0. Thanks to Gonzalo A. Diethelm <gonzo@ing.puc.cl> for pointing
          this out.

Thu Sep 25 20:33:09 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Message_Queue.h: Changed the *_i() methods to be virtual so
          that we can change the queueing mechanism by subclassing from
          ACE_Message_Queue.  Thanks to Eric Newton <ecn@smart.net> for
          this suggestion.

        * ace/Timer_List_T.cpp (ACE_Timer_List_Iterator_T): Changed
          listParam to timer_list to keep programming style consistent...

Thu Sep 25 17:06:42 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/OS.i - ACE_OS::cond_timedwait - HP's threads return
          EAGAIN on timeout from pthread_cond_timedwait, so adjust that
          to ETIME.

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp - will now try to find another
          host to run the connect to.  Won't try on Win32 or VxWorks
          though.

Thu Sep 25 15:25:53 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Object_Manager.cpp,OS.cpp: moved socket_init to Object_Manager
          ctor and socket_fini to Object_Manager dtor, to be sure that
          WinSock gets initialized early and closed late.

        * ace/SOCK.{h,cpp}: removed dummy_ static now that the
          Object_Manager initializes WinSock.

          No, I'm not a Win32 wizard all of the sudden.  Thanks to
          Irfan and Nanbor for directing these changes.

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: commented out tests that don't run
          productively on VxWorks: SV_Shared_Memory_Test,
          Reactor_Exceptions_Test, SPIPE_Test, and UPIPE_SAP_Test.

Thu Sep 25 03:50:27 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/OS.i (thr_getspecific): Must restore errno if no errors have
          occured.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (close): Must close the message queue *before*
          destruction since there is no destructor for the queue.

        * netsvcs/lib/Client_Logging_Handler.cpp (fini): fini must close
          and unregister the acceptor. Closing the socket is simply not
          enough.

Thu Sep 25 01:39:47 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Containers.{i,cpp}:  Commented out all ACE_TRACE macros in
          ACE_Unbounded_Queue<T> so that they won't cause SIGSEGV when we
          turn the tracing on.  Unbounded_Queue is used in Object_Manager
          which must be initialize before most of other objects.

Wed Sep 24 23:37:19 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (thr_getspecific): On NT, added check whether
          ::GetLastError() is NO_ERROR when ::TlsGetValue() return 0.

Wed Sep 24 13:37:02 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/config-win32-common.h (ACE_LACKS_FORK): Added in macro to
          distinguish between ACE_LACKS_FORK and ACE_LACKS_EXEC. Also
          updated config-chorus.h, config-vxworks-ghs-1.8.h, and
          config-vxworks5.x-g++.h.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_WIN32CALL_RETURN && ACE_WIN32CALL): Added new
          macros to distinguish between Win32 calls that set GetLastError
          and those that set errno. Also updated ACE_OSCALL_RETURN and
          ACE_OSCALL such that they do not set errno to GetLastError. This
          is because these calls automatically set errno.

          Updates OS.* files to reflect these changes.

        * ace/SOCK_Acceptor.cpp (shared_accept): Make sure to reset the
          event association inherited by the new handle.

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.i (unbind): Added a check for invalid handles
          being passed in for removals.

Wed Sep 24 10:34:29 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h:
          Under HP-UX and g++ <dl.h> must be included for dynamic loading,
          not <cxxdl.h>; thanks to Warren Thompson (wthompson@altaira.com)
          for helping us with this one.

Wed Sep 24 09:36:21 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Managed_Object.{h,i},Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: removed
          ACE_Managed_Object get_object () interface.  It wasn't
          used anywhere; it was originally intended to support preallocated
          objects but turned out to not be necessary.  I think that it would
          be more useful to make it possible to instantiate
          ACE_Managed_Object instead, and have it implicitly register
          with the ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/Timer_List_T.cpp (ACE_Timer_List_Iterator_T):
          changed name of "list" argument ot "listParam" to resolve name
          conflict with STL.  Thanks to Brian Mendel for reporting this.

        * tests/run_tests.check: print out filename with error messages.

Tue Sep 23 17:11:44 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-g++.h:
          Added A ACE_LACKS_TIMESPEC_T, thanks to Warren Thompson
          (wthompson@altaira.com) for this one.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_hpux_gcc.GNU:
          Added a -D_REENTRANT define, to enable reentrant methods, thanks
          to Warren Thompson (wthompson@altaira.com) and Steve Huston
          (shuston@riverace.com) for pointing out this.

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x.h:
          Added an small comment to clarify that DCE/threads must be
          installed if threading is wanted, they are an optional product
          for HP-UX.

Tue Sep 23 10:13:57 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp: added #include of ace/Thread.h.
          Thanks to Vladimir Schipunov <vlad@staff.prodigy.com> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/Object_Manager.cpp: added #include of ace/Malloc.h.
          Thanks to Vladimir Schipunov <vlad@staff.prodigy.com> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/config-aix-4.1.x.h: added ACE_HAS_PTHREAD_T and
          ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR #defines.
          Thanks to Vladimir Schipunov <vlad@staff.prodigy.com> for
          reporting the build problem on AIX 4.1, and to
          Torbjorn Lindgren <tl@funcom.no> for providing these fixes.

        * ace/Token_Manager.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.{h,cpp}:
          preallocate ACE_Token_Manager creation lock.

        * ace/Object_Manager.cpp: use ACE_Cleanup_Adapter<TYPE[COUNT]>
          for preallocated arrays.

Mon Sep 22 16:51:44 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/OS.i (open): Changed code so that (_O_CREAT | _O_TRUNC)
          means CREATE_ALWAYS. Thanks to Dave Brackman
          (dbrackma@OhioEE.com) for pointing this out.

Mon Sep 22 11:01:28 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * tests/SOCK_Connector_Test.cpp, Makefile, run_tests.sh - added new
          test to exercise ACE_SOCK_Connector focusing on fail conditions.

Mon Sep 22 07:11:21 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Message_Block.cpp (clone): check this block's cont ()
          instead of the new block's cont_ when cloning the continuation
          messages.  Thanks to Eric Newton <ecn@smart.net> for tracking
          down this problem with failing to clone continuation blocks,
          and for providing the fix.

        * ace/OS.{h,i} (ACE_U_LongLong): added operator!=, and made args
          const to ctor, operator/, hi, and lo member functions.

        * ace/Managed_Object.[hi]: renamed ACE_Managed_Cleanup to
          ACE_Cleanup_Adapter because it doesn't implicitly register
          itself with the ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/ACE.cpp: moved ACE_Object_Manager_Destroyer to
          Object_Manager.cpp because the ACE_Object_Manager should
          always be linked into executables now, even if libACE is
          statically linked.

        * ace/Filecache.{h,cpp},Signal.{h,cpp} preallocate locks for
          Filecache and Signal in ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: 1) renamed ACE_Managed_Cleanup to
          ACE_Cleanup_Adapter.  2) Moved ACE_Object_Manager_Destroyer from
          ACE.cpp to Object_Manager.cpp. 3) Added Filecache and Signal locks.

        * ace/Singleton.*: removed instance (TYPE *) member function because
          it wasn't being used.  And, it allows us to store the contained
          instance_ as an object instead of a pointer, saving a dynamic
          memory allocation on construction.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_vxworks5.x_g++.GNU: added $(MUNCHED)
          to PRELINK, to allow applications to add libraries or object
          files to be munched.

        * ace/stdcpp.h: stdarg.h must be #included before stdio.h on LynxOS.

Sat Sep 20 17:32:23 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp},Managed_Object.*,
          CORBA_Handler.{h,cpp},Dump.{h,cpp},Log_Msg.cpp,OS.cpp
          revised ACE_Object_Manager interface for preallocated objects.

          Also, added documentation of ACE_Object_Manager interface to
          Object_Manager.h and Managed_Object.h.

        * ace/CORBA_Handler.cpp,Dump.cpp,OS.cpp: use ACE_MT with
          preallocated locks.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_*.GNU,wrapper_macros.GNU:
          moved -O out of wrapper_macros.GNU and into each platform
          file's OC[C]FLAGS to support "optimize" make flag.

          I moved -O and similar compile flags out of CFLAGS and/or
          CCFLAGS and into OCFLAGS and/or OCCFLAGS.  This allows the
          ACE make system to support the "optimize" flag.  It operates
          similar to the "debug" flag, i.e., you can set "optimize=1"
          or "optimize=0" in your platform_macros.GNU file to enable
          or disable optimization.  You can use the same syntax to
          get the same effect from the "make" command line, e.g.,
          "make optimize=1 debug=0".

          I added optimize=1 to platform_*.GNU files that had -O, etc.,
          in their C[C]FLAGS.  Therefore, there should be no net effect
          from this change on any platform.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU:
          I _removed_ the disabling of "debug" when "optimize=1" is
          enabled.  This _will_ have a net effect:  if you were relying
          on "debug" to be disabled when you enabled "optimize=1",
          you'll be surprised.  The change supports platforms that
          allow "debug" and "optimize" simultaneously.

          Because I had added the disabling of "debug" recently,
          and because "optimize=1" wasn't supported well, if at all,
          I'd be suprised if any is actually affected by this change.

Sat Sep 20 11:47:14 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.cpp:
          Changed the return type to <int>, to match its declaration. The
          intent was to error error values, which are declared as <int>
          throughout ACE.

Sat Sep 20 08:07:36 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i (gethrtime): on Linux only, removed "volatile" qualifier
          from declaration of local variable "now".  I don't think that
          it's necessary.  It causes compilation failure with g++ because
          the ACE_U_LongLong copy constructor won't take a volatile
          argument.  Thanks to Sandro Doro <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for
          tracking down this problem.

        * tests/Time_Value_Test.cpp: reverted to test ACE_U_LongLong on
          all platforms except WIN32.  It works properly on Linux with
          the removal of volatile from ACE_OS::gethrtime's "now".  Thanks
          to Sandro Doro <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for figuring this one
          out.

Fri Sep 19 18:49:50 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-irix6.x-g++.h:
        * include/makeinclude/platform_irix6.x_g++.GNU:
          Added support for IRIX 6.x w/gcc, thanks to Celeste E. Copeland
          (celeste@altaira.com) for this.

Thu Sep 18 19:33:02 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * Douglas added the following changes while going through the
          Async_Timer_Queue.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.h: Factored out the code for handling
          ualarm().

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.cpp (handle_signal): Cleanedup the logic
          for rescheduling a ualarm() after expiring a timer.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (signal_handler): Changed the
          use of ACE_DEBUG to ACE_ERROR to ensure that the call doesn't
          magically disappear if ACE_NDEBUG is enabled.

Fri Sep 19 18:05:48 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (log): Changed the send() to a send_n() so that
          all the data gets written...

Fri Sep 19 14:52:53 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * netsvcs/lib/Client_Logging_Handler.cpp (get_handle): Can't use
          ACE_ERROR_RETURN here because ACE_HANDLE is a void* on NT, not
          int.

        * examples/Reactor/Misc: Added reactors.dsp signals_1.dsp
          signals_2.dsp.

        * ace/OS.cpp (thr_exit): Commented out the call to
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup::exit () because ACE_OS::thr_exit is actually
          called from ACE_TSS_Cleanup::exit ().

Fri Sep 19 12:50:37 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE-INSTALL*,ace/README: added more documentation of requirement
          for explicit main (int, char *[]) arguments and int return type
          with ACE_HAS_NONSTATIC_OBJECT_MANAGER (on VxWorks).

Thu Sep 18 22:45:09 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * netsvcs/lib/Client_Logging_Handler.cpp (close): Fixed a
          typo: it's output_ not outout_.  Thanks to David for
          pointing this out.

        * netsvcs/lib/Client_Logging_Handler.cpp: Make sure to clean up
          all our resources (e.g., acceptor-mode and data-mode sockets)
          when we close down.

        * netsvcs/servers/main.cpp (main): Restored the entire contents of
          main().

        * tests/Semaphore_Test.cpp: Updated the test to use a temporary
          ACE_Time_Value variable that is passed to
          ACE_Semaphore::acquire() so that we don't have problems with
          reference anachronisms...  Thanks to David Levine for reporting
          this.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp: Changed over to using ACE_SPIPEs for the
          logging mechanism rather than ACE_FIFOs to conform to the
          changes to Client_Logging_Handler.

        * netsvcs/lib/Client_Logging_Handler.cpp:
          Completely rewrote the Client Logging Daemon so that it uses
          ACE_SPIPEs by default, rather than ACE_FIFOs.  This is more
          portable and makes it easier to write a generic client logging
          daemon...  If a platform doesn't support ACE_SPIPEs, then we
          revert to using sockets.

Thu Sep 18 21:56:33 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (ACE_TSS_Cleanup::exit): Masked out codes that relate
          to freeing TSS keys and remove key entries from TSS cleanup
          table.  I removed it here to avoid race condition.
          (ACE_TSS_Cleanup::free_all_key_left): Added this function to
          free all left over TSS keys and remove them from TSS cleanup
          table when the program exits.  It is only called from
          ACE_OS::cleanup_tss.
          (ACE_OS::cleanup_tss):  Added call to
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup::free_all_key_left when ACE_WIN32 or
          ACE_HAS_TSS_EMULATION are defined.

Thu Sep 18 16:30:24 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Semaphore_Test: protected declarations of test_timeout_count
          and timeouts because they're not used on Solaris.

        * netsvcs/lib/Client_Logging_Handler.cpp: added template
          instantiations.

Thu Sep 18 09:04:40 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Dynamic: Changed the way ACE_Dynamic worked. Instead of
          keeping the "this" pointer of the object in question, we are now
          simply keeping a flag that indicates whether the object was
          dynamically created. The trick to this approach is to make sure
          to reset the flag in the constructor. The "this" pointer
          approach was broken when used with multiple inheritance, because
          of "shearing" of the "this" pointer to get to the base
          Svc_Handler class.

Thu Sep 18 01:12:36 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.8, released Thu Sep 18 01:12:36 1997.

Wed Sep 17 22:47:20 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE: Added two new varargs methods for send() and recv().
          These are modeled after the ones that are in, e.g., ACE_SOCK_IO.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (open): In the UNICODE version the compiler
          complains about mixed wchar/char usage in Log_Msg.cpp:

          Log_Msg.cpp(468) : error C2665: 'ACE_INET_Addr::ACE_INET_Addr' :
          none of the 8 overloads can convert parameter 1
          from type 'const unsigned short *'

          I fixed it modifing the connect() call from

          status = con.connect (*ACE_Log_Msg_message_queue,
                                ACE_INET_Addr (logger_key));

          to

          status = con.connect (*ACE_Log_Msg_message_queue,
                                ACE_INET_Addr
                                (ACE_MULTIBYTE_STRING(logger_key)));

          Thanks to Dieter Quehl <dietrich.quehl@med.siemens.de> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/SV_Semaphore_Simple.h: By default, we want the flags to
          perform a SEM_UNDO.  Thanks to Sandro Doro
          <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for reporting this.

        * tests/Makefile (BIN): Added Semaphore_Test.cpp to the Makefile.
          Thanks to Sandro Doro <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for reporting
          this.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: If you want to print a '\',
          you need to make it a \\...  Thanks to David for noticing this.

        * apps/JAWS/clients/Blobby/Blob_Handler.h: There was a missing
          #include for "ace/SOCK_Stream.h".

        * netsvcs/lib/Client_Logging_Handler: Reimplemented this service
          so that it uses sockets on Win32 to receive logging messages
          from clients.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp: Enhanced ACE_Log_Msg::log() so that it now uses
          sockets on Win32 platforms to work around the lack of FIFOs.

        * ace/Log_Record.h: Revised the field layout of the ACE_Log_Record
          so that the length field comes first.  This is necessary for the
          framing mechanisms used throughout ACE in various
          configurations.

Wed Sep 17 15:17:38 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Filecache.cpp: ACE_Filecache::finish should check to see if
          the file passed in is NULL before attempting to grab the
          associated hash lock.  Reported by Samuel Melamed
          <sam@vdo.net>.

Wed Sep 17 13:51:25 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * bin/auto_compile:
          I setup autoflush on the logfile, it makes debugging and non
          crontab usage a bit easier.

Wed Sep 17 12:59:34 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Local_Name_Space_T.cpp: Fixed warnings caused by SEH macros.

Wed Sep 17 01:07:40 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.7, released Wed Sep 17 01:07:40 1997.

Tue Sep 16 23:34:36 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * netsvcs/servers/main.cpp (main): The use of braces was incorrect
          so that some services were being prematurely closed...

        * ace: Added a new flag called ACE_LACKS_FIFO to distinguish the
          (lack of) features on Win32...

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T: Added an expire() wrapper for the
          Async_Timer_Queue_Adapter.

        * ace/OS: Added a wrapper for strpbrk() and wcspbrk().  Thanks to
          Bob Olson <olson@jeeves.mcs.anl.gov> and Irfan for pointing out
          the need for this.

Tue Sep 16 18:03:58 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * bin/auto_compile:
          It wouldn't report an error when run_tests.sh scream "FAILED",
          now it does.

Tue Sep 16 08:30:28 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/OS.i: Changed a couple of ACE_UNUSED(arg) to ACE_UNUSED_ARG(arg)

Mon Sep 15 12:08:38 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Reactor (register_handler): Originally this interface was
          available for all platforms, but because ACE_HANDLE is an int on
          non-Win32 platforms, compilers are not able to tell the
          difference between
          register_handler(ACE_Event_Handler*,ACE_Reactor_Mask) and
          register_handler(ACE_Event_Handler*,ACE_HANDLE). Therefore, we
          have restricted this method to Win32 only.

        * ace/WFMO_Reactor.h: Removed non-Win32 version of the
          WFMO_Reactor. This is no longer required in the new scheme.

        * ace/XtReactor:

          Added remove_handler_i(const ACE_Handle_Set &,ACE_Reactor_Mask)
          to make the compiler happy.

          Also changed ACE_Reactor_Handle_Set to ACE_Select_Reactor_Handle_Set.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp (ACE_Select_Reactor_Token): Added set/get
          select_reactor methods.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_SEH_TRY): Changed ACE_SEH_TRY from nothing to
          "if(1)" on non-Win32 platforms. This should stop some compilers
          from complaining about unreachable code.

Mon Sep 15 11:37:49 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@macarena.cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_hpux.GNU:
          Added -D_REENTRANT to enable the _r functions.

Mon Sep 15 09:40:57 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * bin/auto_compile:
          Enabled the shared_libs_only flags to speed up compilations (and
          reduce disk space usage).

Sun Sep 14 22:36:17 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Select_Reactor.h: Added a no-op constructor for
          ACE_Select_Reactor_Token to make the compiler happy.

Sun Sep 14 21:02:31 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * all Makefiles: ran "make depend" to update all ACE Makefiles.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_irix6.x-32_sgic++.GNU,
          platform_tandem.GNU: added debug = 1, to disable ACE_NDEBUG.

        * ace/Acceptor.cpp: added #include of ace/Handle_Set.h so that
          it will compile on g++/Solaris.

        * ace/Managed_Object.h: added #include of ace/OS.h because
          ACE_Cleanup class is used.

        * ace/Managed_Object.cpp: only #include ace/Synch.h if
          ACE_TEMPLATES_REQUIRE_SOURCE is not defined.  The #include
          appears to be necessary with Digital Unix.  But, it causes
          inline functions warnings with g++, both with inlining
          enabled and disabled.  Circular #includes are evil :-)

        * ace/Select_Reactor.h: removed "," at end of DEFAULT_SIZE
          enum definition.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.i (register_handler): added ACE_UNUSED_ARGS.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.i: moved ACE_Select_Reactor::size () after
          ACE_Select_Reactor_Handler_Repository::size () to prevent use
          before definition.

        * ace/Select_Reactor.cpp: added template instantiation.

        * ace/Svc_Conf_y.cpp: commented out unused args and wrapped
          assignments in "if" conditionals to avoid g++ warnings.

        * ace/Token_Manager.h: inserting missing "public" access control
          specifier for ACE_Cleanup.

        * ace/OS.{h,cpp} (gethrtime, Linux only): inlined and added Alpha
          support.

        * ace/config-linux*.h: only define ACE_HAS_PENTIUM if i386 is defined.

Sun Sep 14 10:35:57 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Reactor: The Reactor classes (ACE_Reactor and ACE_ReactorEx)
          have changed.  The motivation for this change was to allow users
          to program abstractly and use the most efficient implementation
          available on their platform.  At the same time, we wanted to
          make the changes required by the users kept to a minimal.

          Here is a layout of the new Reactor hierarchy in ACE (an example
          of the GOF Bridge Pattern).  Thanks to Thomas Jordan
          (Thomas_Jordan@deluxedata.com) for suggesting this new design.


                        Reactor -----> Reactor_Impl
                                          ^
                                          |
                                --------------------
                                ^                  ^
                                |                  |
                         Select_Reactor         WFMO_Reactor

          Reactor:

            The Reactor class now becomes an interface class that contains
            a pointer to an implementation class. All methods of the
            Reactor class forward all calls to the appropriate
            implementation class.  Users can pass in their own
            implementation class.  If an implementation class is not
            supplied at creation time, the following default rules apply:

            On non-Win32 platforms: An instance of the Select_Reactor
            class will be created and used as the implementation.

            On Win32 platforms: An instance of the WFMO_Reactor class will
            be created and used as the implementation.  This default
            behavior can be overwritten at compile-time by setting the
            ACE_USE_SELECT_REACTOR_FOR_REACTOR_IMPL flag. In this case, an
            instance of the Select_Reactor class will be created and used
            as the implementation.

          Reactor_Impl:

             Reactor_Impl is an abstract class (i.e., the Bridge).
             Select_Reactor and WFMO_Reactor inherit from this class.

          Select_Reactor:

             Previously known as the Reactor class.  This class implements
             the Reactor_Impl interface by using the select() system
             call. This implementation is available on all platforms
             (including Win32).

          WFMO_Reactor:

             WFMO (Wait For Multiple Objects) Reactor, previously known as
             the ReactorEx class.  This class implements the Reactor_Impl
             interface by using the WaitForMultipleObjects() system call.
             This implementation is currently only available on Win32
             platforms.

          Code changes for users:

             The higher authorities of ACE have decided that ReactorEx was
             a "goofy" name and made little sense in the new hierarchy.
             Therefore users using the old ReactorEx will have to change
             over to start using the Reactor class (and make sure that the
             implementation class being used is WFMO_Reactor).

             Also users that have extended Reactor or ReactorEx must
             now subclass from Select_Reactor or WFMO_Reactor,
             respectively.

        * ace/ReactorEx:

          The ReactorEx interface has been extended to be identical to the
          Reactor interface.  Some of these new operations will not be
          supported in this version.  However, we will have interface
          compatability at this point. This allows the creation of the new
          Reactor hierarchy in ACE.

          Removed all static (singleton) methods from ReactorEx. These are
          not necessary anymore since ReactorEx will become an
          implementation class. Reactor will take over this functionality.

          Changed methods names from resume_all to resume_handlers and
          suspend_all to suspend_handlers. This increases the similarity
          between ReactorEx and Reactor.

          Add a lock_adapter so that we can return an ACE_Lock form of our
          internal lock.

          Added signal handling capabilities to ReactorEx.

          Added handler, requeue_position, mask_ops, and ready_ops
          operations.  However, they are not supported in this
          version. They are mostly here for interface compatibility with
          Reactor.

          Added a size() accessor that returns the current size of the
          ReactorEx's internal descriptor table.

          Added an initialized() accessor that returns true if ReactorEx
          has been successfully initialized, else false.

        * ace/Reactor:

          The Reactor interface has been extended to be identical to the
          ReactorEx interface.  Some of these new operations will not be
          supported in this version.  However, we will have interface
          compatability at this point. This allows the creation of the new
          Reactor hierarchy in ACE.

          Added resume_handler(ACE_Handle_Set &) and
          suspend_handler(ACE_Handle_Set &) to the Reactor.  This
          increases the similarity between ReactorEx and Reactor.

          Add a lock_adapter so that we can return an ACE_Lock form of our
          internal lock. This changes the signature of the return type
          from ACE_Reactor_Lock to ACE_Lock.

          Added a size() accessor that returns the current size of the
          Reactor's internal descriptor table.

          Added wakeup_all_thread() operation. Currently it just does a
          notify.

          Added alertable_handle_events() operation.  Currently it just
          calls handle_events().

          Added register_handler (that take event handles) operations.
          However, they are not supported in this version. They are mostly
          here for interface compatibility with ReactorEx.

        * ace/XtReactor: Now inherits from Select_Reactor instead of
          Reactor.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.h: Removed the inclusion of Time_Value.h. This
          file does not exist anymore

        * ace/Synch_T (ACE_Lock_Adapter): Changed the implementation of
          the adapter such that the user is allowed to (optionally) pass
          in the locking mechanism.

        * ace/Strategies: Removed ACE_ReactorEx_Notification_Strategy.

        * ace/Service_Config: Updated Service_Config so that all ReactorEx
          and Proactor methods are removed. ReactorEx does not exist any
          longer and Proactor methods are available as statics methods on
          the Proactor class.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_DEFAULT_SELECT_REACTOR_SIZE): Changed
          ACE_DEFAULT_REACTOR_SIZE to ACE_DEFAULT_SELECT_REACTOR_SIZE.
          There is no default size dictated by the Reactor class anymore.

        * ace/Local_Tokens,Token: Added new methods: acquire_read,
          acquire_write, tryacquire_read, tryacquire_write.  These methods
          allow the Tokens to be used by the ACE_Lock_Adapter class.

        * ace/Handle_Set.h (MAXSIZE): Changed ACE_DEFAULT_REACTOR_SIZE to
          ACE_DEFAULT_SELECT_REACTOR_SIZE.  There is no default size
          dictated by the Reactor class anymore.

        * ace/Event_Handler: Removed the Proactor and ReactorEx pointers
          from Event_Handler.  The Proactor has its own event handler
          (ACE_Handler), and the ReactorEx does not exist anymore.

        * ace/Proactor:

          Changed Proactor to work with the new Reactor.

          Updated Proactor to bring it upto date with the recent changes
          to the Timer_Queue.

        * tests:

          Removed the ACE_NEW_THREAD macro. With the new thread adapter,
          the log stream for the new thread will automatically be set to
          the creator thread's stream.  Therefore, this macro is not
          needed.

          Removed the inclusion of Service_Config.h. All tests are now
          accessing the singletons that are supported by the class directly.

        * examples/Reactor/Proactor: Updated examples to use and access
          the new Reactor class instead of the old ReactorEx.

        * examples/Reactor/ReactorEx: Updated examples to use and access
          the new Reactor class instead of the old ReactorEx.

Sun Sep 14 09:50:22 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Singleton.i (ACE_Singleton): Moved the definition of the
          ACE_Singleton default constructor into the *.i file.  In
          general, it's not a good idea to put definitions in *.h files.

        * tests/test_config.h: Improved the #undef scheme for ACE_NDEBUG.

Sat Sep 13 23:51:55 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@dingo.wolfpack.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE_Library.{mak,mdp}: Removed Service_Record.cpp and added
          Service_Type.cpp in project file.

        * ace/:  Removed ace.{mak,mdp} and replaced them with
          ACE_Library.{mak,mdp}.  MSVC 4.2 insists to change the release
          version DLL from our original setting "ace.{dll,lib}" to "ACE
          dynamic Library.{dll,lib}".  This is so far the only known
          method to get around this.

        * netsvcs/servers/servers.{dsw,dsp}: Changed the output filenames
          of debug version from maind.exe to main.exe.

        * netsvcs/lib/netsvcs.{dsw,dsp}: Changed the output filenames of
          debug version from netsvcsd.{dll,lib} to netsvcs.{dll,lib}.

        * ace/ace.dsw:
        * ace/ace_{dll,lib}.dsp: Removed Service_Record.cpp and added
          Service_Type.cpp.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (open): Fixed a typo.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp: Fixed a typo.

Sat Sep 13 17:23:22 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.6, released Sat Sep 13 17:23:22 1997.

Sat Sep 13 12:11:50 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests: #include "test_config.h" before all the other files so
          that we always have the ACE_ASSERT enabled...  Thanks to Carlos
          for noticing this.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp: Added Arturo's improvements for suspending and
          resuming Event_Handlers.

        * tests/Reactors_Test.cpp: As a result of the new changes to
          ACE_Thread_Manager, the Reactors_Test now seems to be working
          fine.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (append_thr): When we append a new
          Thr_Descriptor make sure to zero-out the cleanup_info_ fields
          since otherwise horrible things will happen...

        * ace/Reactor: Added a new ACE_Reactor_Handle_Set called
          suspend_set_ and updated the suspend_i() and resume_i() method
          to use this set to store the ready bits that are enabled when we
          suspend and resume and Event_Handler, respectively.  Thanks to
          Arturo for this suggestion.

        * tests/TSS_Test.cpp (main): Had to move the allocation and
          deletion of TSS_Error into the ACE_HAS_THREADS section since
          otherwise this test doesn't work when threading is disabled.

        * tests/Thread_Manager_Test.cpp: Move the template specialization
          inside of the ACE_HAS_THREADS macro since otherwise this test
          doesn't work when threading is disabled.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: Arrgh!  Must initialize the cleanup_info
          fields to 0 in the constructor for ACE_Thread_Descriptor!  This
          should fix a nasty bug...

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: Continued to improve the
          documentation in the test of the ACE_Async_Timer_Queue_Adapter.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.cpp (schedule): Oops, must pass &this->mask_
          to ACE_Sig_Set rather than this->mask_.

        * ace/Object_Manager.cpp: Changed #include
          "ace/Service_Repository.h" to #include "ace/Service_Config.h"
          since we now call ACE_Service_Config::close().

        * ace/Service_Types: Removed a nasty circular dependency by simply
          having each of the ACE_Service_Type_Impl subclasses take const
          void *'s rather than their specific type (i.e., ACE_Stream or
          ACE_Module, etc.).  This turns out not to be a problem since we
          treated them as const void *'s internally anyhow...

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp: Fixed a bug in ACE_DLL_Strategy:

          ACE_Service_Type_Impl stp = new ACE_Service_Object_Type (svc_handler, this->svc_name_);

          should be

          ACE_Service_Type_Impl *stp = new ACE_Service_Object_Type (svc_handler, this->svc_name_)

          I wonder how this ever compiled?!

Fri Sep 12 13:26:50 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Mem_Map.cpp (close): Removed the following code in the
          close() method that appears to be redundant with the code in
          unmap():

              if (this->file_mapping_ != this->handle_
                  && this->file_mapping_ != ACE_INVALID_HANDLE)
                ACE_OS::close (this->file_mapping_);

          Also cleaned up the close() code so that it doesn't try to close
          the handle multiple times, even if close() is called more than
          once.  Thanks to Beged-Dov <begeddov@proaxis.com> for reporting
          this.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: Improved the structure of the
          program and finished implementing the new feature that makes it
          possible to avoid blocking SIGQUIT.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T: Added support for an ACE_Sig_Set that can be
          passed into the constructor of ACE_Async_Timer_Queue_Adapter.
          This will enable us to selectively block only certain signals.

        * ace/Signal: Added a new constructor for ACE_Sig_Set that takes
          ACE_Sig_Set * and also improved the documentation of the
          constructor interfaces.

Fri Sep 12 13:46:04 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.[hi],Log_Msg.h,config-lynxos.h,
          include/makeinclude/platform_lynxos.GNU: added LynxOS port,
          provided by Dave Mayerhoefer <davem@lynx.com>.  Note how few
          files were affected.  What's even more amazing is the very small
          number, 8, of very minor code changes to OS.[hi] and Log_Msg.h.
          This is a tribute to the maturity of
          <a href="http://www.lynx.com>LynxOS</a>, a POSIX-conforming,
          multiprocess, and multithreaded real-time operating system.
          And to the maturity of ACE.

Fri Sep 12 12:53:20 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-osf1-4.0.h: added
          ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR.

        * ace/Managed_Object.cpp: added #include "ace/Synch.h".

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp: added #include "ace/Service_Types.h".

        Thanks to James Johnson for the three fixes above.

        * ace/Service_Types.cpp: #include Service_Types.i instead of
          Service_Record.i.

        * ace/Synch_T.cpp: added #include "ace/Log_Msg.h".  I don't know
          what change caused this to be necessary, but tests/TSS_Test
          wouldn't build without it.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (instance): preallocate ACE_Log_Msg instance lock.

Thu Sep 11 21:07:25 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Service_Object.h: Moved the ACE_Service_Type class into the
          Service_Object.h file since this is "publically" visible to
          applications.

        * ace/Service_Types.h: Improved the documentation of the
          ACE_Service_Type subclass implementations.

        * ace/Service_Types: Changed the name next_ to link_ to be
          consistent with the accessor name.

        * ace: Renamed Service_Record.{h,i,cpp} to Service_Types.{h,i,cpp}
          to reflect the recent change in names.

        * ace/Service_Object.h: Renamed ACE_Service_Type to
          ACE_Service_Type_Impl and ACE_Service_Record to ACE_Service_Type
          in order to emphasize the use of the Bridge pattern.  Thanks to
          Eric Newton for motivating this.

        * ace/Svc_Conf.y: Removed the warning about Service name being
          different from Module name.  I'm not sure why this was
          complaining in the first place.  Thanks to Eric Newton for
          pointing this out.

        * netsvcs/lib/README: The entry point for the time service client
          is _make_ACE_TS_Clerk_Processor and not
          _make_ACE_TS_Clerk_Connector.  Thanks to Ivan for pointing this
          out.

Thu Sep 11 10:59:12 1997    <nw1@CHA-CHA>

        * ace/Connector.cpp (handle_output): Increased the idle time
          before we check the status of a non-blocking connection from 1
          ms to 35 ms when ACE_HAS_BROKEN_NON_BLOCKING_CONNECTS is
          defined (i.e., Win32.)  This is very odd but wait a whole lot
          longer seems to solve the problem.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (close): On Win32, ACE_Log_Msg_Manager needs to
          delete main thread's ACE_Log_Msg instance also.

Thu Sep 11 10:37:00 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.cpp:
        * ace/INET_Addr.cpp:
        * ace/Log_Msg.h:
        * ace/Memory_Pool.h:
        * ace/OS.h:
        * ace/OS.i:
        * ace/Parse_Node.cpp:
        * ace/Strategies_T.h:
        * bin/clone.cpp:
        * netsvcs/clients/Naming/Dump_Restore/Dump_Restore.h:
          I checked the use of MAXNAMELEN vs. MAXPATHLEN; all buffers
          intended to keep full filenames should have at least
          MAXPATHLEN+1 chars.
          Only buffers that will keep basenames (without any directories)
          should have MAXNAMELEN+1 bytes.
          I also added a new macro ACE_MAX_FULLY_QUALIFIED_NAME_LEN which
          is the maximum number of characters for a fully qualified
          internet hostname.
          There remain one obscure usage of these macros in ace/Malloc.h
          and Local_Naming_Space_T.{h,cpp}, but a quick fix broke
          something, I will try again soon.

Thu Sep 11 08:52:36 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (thr_key_detach): check to see if the
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup lock has been constructed, and not
          destructed, before attempting to use it.  Statics are evil.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (~ACE_Log_Msg): release guard before calling
          ACE_Log_Msg_Manager::close (), because that deletes the lock.

        * ace/Managed_Object.{h,cpp} (get_object): changed type of "id"
          to int because it will often be passed an enum.  Pass "id" by
          value to get_object (int id), for preallocated objects.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: added ACE_LOG_MSG_INSTANCE_LOCK,
          and ACE_PREALLOCATE_OBJECT macro.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: ignore shared_libs_only
          in modules that only build a static lib.  Fixed shared_libs_only
          by removing OBJDIRS, unless BIN is undefined, and VDIR.  Removed
          SHOBJ from both shared_libs_only and static_libs_only because
          they're unused.

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU: added lib*.*_pure* to
          clean.local target, to remove Purified libraries.

        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/Makefile,
          examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server/Makefile:
          removed -L./ from LDFLAGS because it's redundant:
          wrapper_macros.GNU adds it.

Wed Sep 10 22:58:10 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@mambo.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (exit): Reordered the code so that it
          will keep the lock held long enough to copy out the thread exit
          hook but will release the lock before calling this hook.

Wed Sep 10 11:04:08 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-sunos5.5-g++.h: added
          ACE_HAS_RECURSIVE_THR_EXIT_SEMANTICS.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: added PIC= with
          static_libs_only, and added list of supported make flags.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: added support for
          debug=0, etc.  Also, made debug, optimize, and profile
          flags independent instead of exclusive.  Thanks to Per
          Andersson for suggesting this.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_*.GNU: replaced "CFLAGS +=
          $(DCFLAGS) with debug=1 so that debugging can easily be
          disabled.  Thanks to Per Andersson and James CE Johnson
          for noticing this deficiency.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_vxworks5.x_g++.GNU: removed
          "-I. -I$(ACE_ROOT)" from CFLAGS because it duplicates the
          INCLDIRS set in wrapper_root.GNU.

Wed Sep 10 10:35:06 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.5, released Wed Sep 10 10:35:06 1997.

Wed Sep 10 10:25:41 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (exit): copy the thread exit hook before
          releasing the guard, and call it after releasing the guard.

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_malloc.cpp (spawn): added (char *)
          cast of slave_name () to avoid compilation warnings on Solaris.

Wed Sep 10 00:43:04 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@dingo.wolfpack.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Makefile: Added Managed_Object to template sources.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: * ace/Managed_Object.{h,cpp}:
          Separate ACE_Managed_Object to a new set of file.

Tue Sep  9 23:41:56 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Reactors_Test.cpp (main): Check to see if wait() returns
          -1 and then test to see what's gone wrong!

        * ace/OS.h: Added a "fake" #define for SIGALRM so that programs
          will *compile* on platforms like Chorus.  Thanks to Wei Chiang
          for reporting this.

        * examples/Shared_Malloc/test_malloc.cpp (spawn): HP/UX doesn't
          seem to like const char *const argv[] being given an initializer
          list.  I've fixed this to be just plain ol' char *argv[].
          Thanks to Sandro Doro for reporting this.

        * ace/Handle_Set.i (clr_bit): Replaced SOCKET with ACE_SOCKET so
          this will compile on UNIX.

Tue Sep 09 17:16:21 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Proactor: Updated Proactor to bring it upto date with the
          recent changes to the Timer_Queue.

        * ace/Handle_Set.i (clr_bit and set_bit): These methods now change
          the size_ member of the class on Win32.  This is necessary since
          the ACE_Handle_Set::operator fd_set *() accessor has been
          optimized for size_ == 0.

Tue Sep 09 09:14:07 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (cleanup_tss): On WIN32 and with ACE_HAS_TSS_EMULATION,
          delete the ACE_TSS_Cleanup instance instead of registering it for
          cleanup via the ACE_Object_Manager's at_exit ().  This should allow
          applications to use ACE_Log_Msg in their at_exit () hooks.  Thanks
          to Wei Chiang <chiang@tele.nokia.fi> for reporting this problem.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: added guard of internal structures.
          (dtor): call at_exit hooks before calling cleanup_tss, now that
          the ACE_TSS_Cleanup instance is no longer registered for an at_exit
          call.  (at_exit): set errno instead of returning different values
          on error.  Added ACE_Managed_Object template class, intended for
          use in replacing static instances.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (exit): release guard before running the
          thread exit hooks.  This should help avoid deadlocks, in case
          one of those hooks needs to operate on the Thread_Manager.

        * ace/CORBA_Handler.{h,cpp},Dump.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.{h,cpp}:
          preallocate locks for CORBA_Handler and Dump in ACE_Object_Manager.
          Statics are evil.

        * ace/Synch.{h,cpp},OS.cpp,Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: removed
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup_Lock and replaced it with a preallocated mutex
          in OS.cpp.  Thanks to Nanbor for reporting problems at shutdown
          with the old ACE_TSS_Cleanup_Lock static instance.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sunos5_sunc++.GNU: when building
          libraries only, don't use CC to create individual .shobj/*.so
          files.  The .so files are not needed to build libraries, because
          libraries are built with -G.  (They are needed to avoid upsetting
          the ACE make rules, so they're created as links to their
          corresponding .o files.)  The .so files are still needed when
          building executables in order to get all template instantiations.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_sunos5_g++.GNU: removed unused
          SOLINK definitions.

Mon Sep  8 18:38:22 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Handle_Set_Test.cpp: It is possible for the order to get
          the handles (using the iterator) will not agree with insert
          order in ACE_Unbounded_Queue. It's best to use
          ACE_Unbounded_Set.  Thanks to Arturo for this fix.

Mon Sep  8 17:43:43 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_{List,Wheel,Hash,Heap}_T.cpp: The iter() method now
          returns a pointer to an iterator that is in a reset state
          instead of an unknown one.

Mon Sep  8 14:05:15 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/ACE.cpp (read_adapter): Removed ACE_Thread_Control object in
          this function.  This is now taken care of by ACE_Thread_Manager.
          (register_stdin_handler): This function no longer uses
          ACE_Stdin_Args to pass in thread manager into read_adapter.

        * ace/ACE.h (ACE): Removed class ACE_Stdin_Args, because it is no
          longer needed.

Mon Sep 08 11:49:02 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/run_tests.sh: moved log file checks out to separate file,
          run_tests.check.

        * tests/run_tests.vxworks: added one-button test for VxWorks.
          Check it out, Darrell.

        * ace/Filecache.cpp: commented out unused constants [RW]COPY_FLAGS.

Mon Sep 08 08:26:52 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.4, released Mon Sep 08 08:26:52 1997.

Sat Sep  6 10:41:17 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Malloc.h:
          sizeof() must be casted to int in ACE_CONTROL_BLOCK_ALIGN_LONGS
          otherwise unsigned int arithmetic is used, thus obtaining
          unexpected results.

Sat Sep 06 09:07:02 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * OS.{h,cpp}: added ACE_Cleanup base class and
          ace_cleanup_destroyer adapter.

        * Object_Manager.*: added at_exit () interface for ACE_Cleanup objects.

        * Singleton.{h,cpp},Token_Invariants.{h,cpp},Token_Manager.{h,cpp}:
          base on ACE_Cleanup, so that simpler ACE_Object_Manager::at_exit ()
          can be used.

        * performance-tests/Misc/Makefile: moved $(BIN) files from FILES
          to SRC so that they don't get put into libPerf.

Sat Sep  6 02:36:31 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/test_config.h (set_output): Added openning flag ios::trunc
          explicitly if we are not appending to the opening ofstream.
          This is required by standard CPP iostream libraries on NT (i.e.,
          we can't use ios::out alone when ofstream.open a file.)

Sat Sep  6 00:21:33 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

         * ace/Synch_T.h: Added new constructors:

           ACE_Guard(ACE_LOCK& l) : lock_(&l)
           { this->owner_ = this->acquire(); }

           ACE_Read_Guard(ACE_LOCK& m) : ACE_Guard(&m)
           { this->owner_ = this->acquire_read(); }

           ACE_Write_Guard(ACE_LOCK& m) : ACE_Guard(&m)
           { this->owner_ = this->acquire_write(); }

           Remove default argument to current Guard classes.

           ACE_Guard(ACE_LOCK&l, int block)
           ACE_Read_Guard(ACE_LOCK& m, int block)
           ACE_Write_Guard(ACE_LOCK&m, int block)
           with the current semantic.

           This change allows OS platforms with
           ACE_HAS_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_INSTANTIATION or ACE_HAS ??? PRAGMA
           ???, to> invoke common case constructor in a more efficient
           way.  Thanks to Arturo for this.

        * ace/Synch_T.h: ACE_Guard's destructor should be:

          ~ACE_Guard() { this->release(); }

          and not

          ~ACE_Guard() { if (this->owner_ != -1) this->release(); }

          because ACE_Guard::release has this test.  Thanks to Arturo for
          reporting this.

        * ace/ARGV.cpp: Declared the char* parameters for the ACE_ARGV
          class constructors as const.  Since they are copied in the
          constructors, this is a safe thing to do.  This makes it easier
          to pass the result of string::c_str() to it.  Thanks to Stephen
          Coy <stevec@magna.com.au> for this suggestion.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: We were missing a Guard in the
          ACE_Thread_Manager::at_exit() method.

        * ace/config-sunos5.5-sunc++-4.x.h: It appears that we need to set
          ACE_HAS_RECURSIVE_THR_EXIT_SEMANTICS for Solaris 2.5 since otherwise
          wierd things happen randomly.  This is based on the following man
          page entry for pthread_exit():

          Do not call pthread_exit() from a cancellation cleanup handler
          or destructor function that will be invoked as a result of
          either an implicit or explicit call to pthread_exit().

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (run_thread_exit_hooks): Once the cleanup
          hook(s) are called we set the value of the cleanup hook variable
          to 0 to avoid false matches later on.

Fri Sep  5 21:57:44 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Containers.i (is_empty):
        * ace/Malloc.cpp (instance): Commented out ACE_TRACE in these
          routines.  They were causing recursive call if we used TRACE.
          Thanks to Craig Perras <craig.perras@CyberSafe.COM> for solving
          this.

        * ace/Handle_Set.i (fd_set *): Added conditional compilation code
          for Win32 platforms.  This is because we don't maintain <size_>
          on Win32 and, therefore, can't depend on it.

Fri Sep  5 19:05:02 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Thread_Manager_Test.cpp (main): moved delete
          signal_catcher into the ACE_HAS_THREADS part of the main()
          function.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp (check_handles): When handle_error was optimized
          with fstat we put NULL value to second argument.  It requires a
          value to SCO OpenServer to work.  Therefore, I added struct stat
          temp and changed ACE_OS::fstat(handle, NULL) by
          ACE_OS::fstat(handle, &temp);  Thanks to Arturo for fixing this.

        * examples/Threads/process_manager.cpp (sig_handler): Fixed a bug
          where the thread was exiting if no more children existed.
          Thanks to Avraham Nash <ANash@Engagetech.com> for reporting
          this.

        * ace/Handle_Set: Added the following performance enhancements:

          . Assignment operator to optimize size == 0.

          . min_handle to manage the case when the Handle_Set start in
            handle different of zero.

          . A new iterator algorithm tuned for select function calls.

          Thank to Arturo for these enhancements.

        * ace/config-aix-4.1.x.h: Added ACE_LACKS_TIMESPEC_T.  Thanks to
          Rob Head (rhead@virtc.com) for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.cpp (fork_exec): Changed the logic so that we don't
          create a new console window on Win32.  This isn't done on UNIX,
          so there's no point in doing it here.  Thanks to Jeff Richard
          <jrichard@OhioEE.com> for pointing this out.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp: The call to
          ACE_Reactor_Handler_Repository::open() in the constructor of
          ACE_Reactor should check for == -1!  Thanks to Brian Mendel for
          reporting this.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp (remove_handler): Fixed a braino where the
          conditional compile for NSIG should have been > 0 rather than ==
          0.  Thanks to fixing this codeKaren Amestoy
          <kamestoy@CCGATE.HAC.COM> for reporting this fix.

Fri Sep 05 16:17:50 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * performance-tests/Misc/preempt.cpp: added command line options,
          and explanation on how to interpret the results.

Thu Sep 04 10:26:11 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp: (tss_open): removed paren from around type in "new"
          statement, because GHS (and ANSI C++) compilers will choke on it.
          Thanks to Brian Mendel <brian.r.mendel@boeing.com> for reporting
          this.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: (ACE_Thread_Descriptor ctor): zero out
          cleanup_hook_ in cleanup_info_ because we read it later on.
          (dump): added guard because thr_table_ is accessed.  (wait):
          hacked in thr_yield () to give waited threads a chance to clean
          up before continuing.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_Cleanup_Info): added default ctor.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (close): delete main thread's Log_Msg instance,
          on Solaris if ACE_HAS_EXCEPTIONS is not defined, because main
          thread TSS dtors apparently don't get called.

        * ace/Token_Manager.{h,cpp}: register ACE_Token_Manager singleton
          for deletion with ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/Token_Invariants.{h,cpp}: register ACE_Token_Invariant_Manager
          singleton for deletion with ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/Naming_Context.cpp (close) moved deletion of "name_options_"
          from dtor to close (), because when Service_Repository is closed,
          it calls close () instead of deleting the service.

        * ace/Process_Strategy.cpp (handle_signal): suppress printouts during
          shutdown, to prevent using ACE_Log_Msg while it's being deleted.

        * ace/Timer_List.cpp: replace ACE_Recursive_Thread_Mutex with
          ACE_SYNCH_RECURSIVE_MUTEX, for non-threaded platforms.

        * tests/Reactors_Test (~Test_Task): moved ASSERT after the printout,
          so we can see why it failed.  (svc): added printout with thread ID.
          (main): deleted reactor at end of test to prevent leak.

        * tests/SPIPE_Test (client): increased sleep time to 10 sec,
          because a long delay is needed with Purify.

        * tests/UPIPE_Test (connector): added 5 second sleep to give
          acceptor a chance to start up.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: added -max_threads=100 to
          Quantify options.

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU: added *.sym to clean target.

Thu Sep 04 09:39:08 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.3, released Thu Sep 04 09:39:08 1997.

Thu Sep 04 08:48:13 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: added shared_libs_only
          and static_libs_only build options.  Only static_libs_only
          has been tested successfully.

        * include/makeinclude/rules.lib.GNU: added INSTALL support for
          shared_libs_only and static_libs_only.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_vxworks*.GNU: use static_libs_only.

        * ace/OS.cpp: moved tss_open ()/tss_close () calls from invoke ()
          to ace_thread_adapter.

        * examples/Threads/auto_event.cpp,manual_event.cpp,
          process_manager.cpp,reader_writer.cpp,tss2.cpp:
          cast spawn entry point to ACE_THR_FUNC.

        * examples/Threads/task_four.cpp (Invoker_Task): rearranged
          initializers to match declaration order.

        * examples/Threads/thread_specific.cpp (worker): use
          ACE_OS::printf () instead of printf (), and print out the
          ACE_hthread_t instead of the ACE_thread_t.

        * examples/IPC_SAP/SPIPE_SAP/client.cpp,consumer_msg.cpp,
          consumer_read.cpp,producer_msg.cpp,producer_read.cpp,server.cpp:
          moved #include of shared.h inside ACE_HAS_STREAM_PIPES protection
          to avoid compilation warnings on unsupported platforms.

        * examples/Reactor/Ntalker/ntalker.cpp (main): removed unused "argc".

        * examples/*/*.cpp,netsvcs/clients/Tokens/mutex/test_mutex.cpp:
          added args to main ().

Wed Sep  3 21:38:18 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-irix6.x-sgic++.h:
          IRIX uses pthread_sigmask to manage per-thread signal mask,
          thanks to Gonzalo Diethelm (gonzo@ing.puc.cl) for pointing out
          this one.

        * ace/OS.h:
          Removed an initial '#' for a comment line, thanks to Gonzalo
          Diethelm (gonzo@ing.puc.cl) for pointing out this one.

        * ace/Timer_Hash_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Hash_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Heap_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Heap_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_List.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_List_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_List_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.h:
        * ace/Timer_Wheel_T.cpp:
        * ace/Timer_Wheel_T.h:
          In the word of its author: Modified the iterators kept in
          each of these classes so that they are constructed
          dynamically on the heap after the Queue has been properly
          initialized. Otherwise, the iterators try to iterate over a
          non-initialized queue, and fail miserably (usually dumping
          core).  Once more thanks to Gonzalo Diethelm
          (gonzo@ing.puc.cl) for this changes.

        * tests/UPIPE_SAP_Test.cpp:
          Gonzalo improved the error message.

        * ace/README:
          Gonzalo updated the documentation for some macros.

Wed Sep 03 15:21:46 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h: define ACE_TSS macros with ACE_HAS_TSS_EMULATION,
          and renamed some ACE_TSS_Emulation methods.

        * ace/OS.i: allow TSS_Emulation storage to be on thread stack,
          instead of always dynamically allocating it.

        * ace/OS.cpp (ACE_Thread_Adapter::invoke): allocate TSS_Emulation
          storage on thread stack.  (ACE_TSS_Cleanup::exit): only call
          a TSS destructor if the thread's value is non-zero.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: support TSS_Emulation.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (resize): zero out unused cleanup_hooks
          in thr_table_; (run_thread_exit_hooks): check for zero cleanup
          hook before calling.

        * ace/Synch_T.*: allow ACE_HAS_TSS_EMULATION _or_
          ACE_HAS_THREAD_SPECIFIC_STORAGE.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: allocate main thread's TSS_Emulation
          storage in the ACE_Object_Manager instance.

        * ace/Log_Msg.h: befriend ACE_OS::cleanup_tss () instead of
          ACE_Object_Manager, because the cleanup path is now indirect
          from the ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp: use TSS_Emulation on VxWorks, so
          VxWorks-specific code was removed.

        * ace/Task.cpp: removed unused #include of ace/Dynamic.h.  (It had
          been used for template instantiations, but they were moved.)
          Also, removed unused #include of ace/Object_Manager.h.

        * ace/Svc_Handler.{h,cpp}: register Svc_Handler singleton for
          deletion with the ACE_Object_Manager.

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test (Options): added a destructor so that
          the dynamically allocated concurrency_strategy_ can be deleted.

Wed Sep  3 08:05:26 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/Message_Block.h: Corrected comment on release(void) - the
          underlying ACE_Data_Block's refcount is decremented; the
          ACE_Message_Block is always deleted.

Tue Sep  2 18:26:22 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Task: Revised the ACE_Task_Base::svc_run() method to
          register a thread exit hook (ACE_Task_Base::cleanup())

        * ace/Task: Added a static method called cleanup() that can serve
          as a thread exit hook to ensure that close() is always called
          when a task exits a thread.

        * ace/Thread_Manager: Added the first-cut implementation of the
          thread exit hooks.  This one is butt-simple -- just allowing a
          single hook per-thread, but that should be enough to get us over
          the hump...

        * ace/OS.h: Moved the object_info_t type from Object_Manager.h and
          renamed it to ACE_Cleanup_Info since we will use it with the
          Thread_Manager and the Object_Manager.

        * ChangeLog-97b: Emptied out the ChangeLog-97b file until
          we move the ChangeLog to this file...

        * ace/OS.h: Moved the <ACE_CLEANUP_FUNC> typedef from the
          ACE_Object_Manager into global scope so that it can also be used
          by the ACE_Thread_Manager.

        * ace/DEV_IO: Moved the get_remote_addr() and get_local_addr()
          from the DEV class to the DEV_IO class, which seems to be more
          consistent with how they should be used.

        * ace/FILE_IO: Added the get_remote_addr() and get_local_addr()
          methods to FILE_IO.  Now we should be able to use this with the
          Connector pattern.  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <coys@mail.ns.wsa.com.au> for reporting this.

        * ace/DEV_Connector*h, ace/FILE*.h: Added "traits" for PEER_ADDR
          and PEER_STREAM.  Now we should be able to use this with the
          Connector pattern.  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <coys@mail.ns.wsa.com.au> for reporting this.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (main): Replaced the use of
          fputs() with read() so that it will be signal-safe.  Thanks to
          Carlos for pointing out the need for this.

        * ace/Task: All the complex ACE_Task_Exit logic has been moved out
          of the Task file and into the Thread_Manager file.  This will
          both simplify and generalize the behavior of cleanups on thread
          exit.

Tue Sep  2 14:42:52 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-chorus.h (ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR):
          Added this directive for Chorus uses g++.  Thanks to David
          Levine for pointing this out.

Mon Sep 01 21:31:25 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ChangeLog-97b,Makefile,bin/create_ace_build: ChangeLog is no longer
          a symbolic link, but instead is the most recent ChangeLog file.
          ChangeLog-97b was moved to ChangeLog.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.cpp (schedule): added ACE_UNUSED_ARGs for act
          and interval.

        * ace/OS.h: changed ACE_SEH_EXCEPT and ACE_SEH_FINALLY from null
          to "while (0)" on all platforms except ACE_WIN32.  Thanks to
          Nanbor for this bit of macro wizardry.

        * ace/OS.i (tss_base): cast VxWorks TCB spare field to a void **&
          instead of a void **, because the function returns a reference
          to it.

        * ace/OS.cpp: protected definition of
          ACE_TSS_Emulation::tss_collection_ on VxWorks, where it's not used.

        * ace/OS.cpp (ACE_Thread_Adapter::invoke) don't exit the thread
          with TSS_EMULATION, except on WIN32.  (thr_create) On VxWorks,
          use thread adapter as entry point instead of func (via macros).

        * ace/config-vxworks*.h: added ACE_HAS_TSS_EMULATION, with
          ACE_DEFAULT_THREAD_KEYS set to 16, and ACE_LACKS_UNIX_SIGNALS.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: added template instantiations.

        * tests/IOStream_Test.cpp: no longer need to dynamically allocate
          the ACE_SOCK_IOStreams with the recent ACE_Thread_Manager changes.
          That was causing occasional problems with unsafe deletion of the
          underlying ostreams.  Thanks to James Johnson for consulting on
          this intermittent (nasty) problem.

        * tests/SPIPE_Test.cpp: (main) added ACE_UNUSED_ARG of client
          and server.

        * tests/Thread_Manager_Test (worker): added ACE_UNUSED_ARG (thr_mgr)
          if ACE_LACKS_UNIX_SIGNALS, and added template instantiations.

        * tests/Thread_Manager_Test.cpp: dynamically allocate the
         signal_catcher so that we can destroy it before the main
         thread's TSS is cleaned up.

        * tests/TSS_Test.cpp: dynamically allocate TSS_Error so that we
          can ensure its deletion before that of ACE_Object_Manager.
          Also, makde the code a little easier to change the number of threads.

        * include/makeinclude/wrapper_macros.GNU: added Purify options to
          ignore SIGINT and set max threads to 100.

Mon Sep  1 10:53:39 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Handle_Set: Added an assignment operator that is optimized
          for the case when the right-hand side is 0.

        * ace/OS: The ACE_THR_C_FUNC macro was confusing for Win32.  We've
          replaced this with the original UNIX typedef and will just use
          LPTHREAD_START_ROUTINE for Win32.

        * tests/Thread_Manager_Test.cpp (main): Revised this test so that
          we don't have race conditions for suspend() and resume().

        * tests/Tokens_Test.cpp (run_test): Removed the use of
          THR_SUSPENDED and resume_all() since this is broken due to race
          conditions and other hazards implicit in using suspend() and
          resume() on threads.

        * ace/Handle_Set.cpp: There were several ACE_INLINE methods in the
          Handle_Set.cpp file.  I've removed the ACE_INLINE flag.

        * tests/SPIPE_Test.cpp: If ACE doesn't have STREAM pipes on a
          platform (or we aren't on NT) then don't try to run this test.
          Thanks to James CE Johnson <ace-users@lads.com> for reporting
          this.

        * ace/config-sunos5.[45]-g++.h: ACE defines _REENTRANT in
          config.h.  Application using classes of ACE can conflict by
          using compilation option as -D_REENTRANT.  I fixed this by
          surrounding the define as:

          #if !defined (_REENTRANT)
          #define _REENTRANT
          #endif /* _REENTRANT */

          Thanks to Jean-Marc Strauss <strauss@limeil.cea.fr> for
          reporting this.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T.h: We need to #include "ace/Signal.h" since
          our Async_Timer_Queue_Adapter needs it.  Thanks to Neil Cohen
          for reporting this.

        * ace/Reactor.cpp (check_handles): Optimized the check for invalid
          handles by using fstat() rather than select() on non-Win32
          platforms.  Thanks to Arturo for suggesting this optimization.

Mon Sep  1 17:52:10 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_Heap_T.cpp: Changed cancel (id ...) to check for
          previously expired/cancelled timers

Mon Sep 01 08:43:37 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Synch.cpp: added #include of Object_Manager.h.
          Thanks to Edan Ayal <edana@vdo.net> for reporting this.

Mon Sep  1 00:46:05 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@dingo.wolfpack.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/README: Added explanation for ACE_HAS_STL_MAP_CONFILICT.

        * ace/OS.h: Added conditional compilation directive
          ACE_HAS_STL_MAP_CONFLICT.  This is used when users want to
          compile ACE with STL library and the STL map class conflicts
          with map structure in <net/if.h>.

        * ace/config-unixware-2.1.2-g++.h:
        * ace/config-unixware-2.01-g++.h:
        * ace/config-osf1-4.0-g++.h:
        * ace/config-irix5.3-g++.h:
        * ace/config-hpux-10.x-g++.h:
        * ace/config-linux-pthread.h:
        * ace/config-linux-lxpthreads.h:
        * ace/config-linux.h:
        * ace/config-freebsd.h:
        * ace/config-freebsd-pthread.h:
          Added ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR flag for all
          config files which apparently use g++.

        * ace/config-vxworks-g++.h:
        * ace/config-vxworks5.x-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos4-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos5.4-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos5.5-g++.h:
          Moved ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR closer to
          other template-related directives.

Sun Aug 31 22:56:30 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.2, released Sun Aug 31 22:56:30 1997.

Sun Aug 31 22:36:08 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: Need to #include "Timer_List.h"
          rather than "Timer_Queue.h".

        * ace: Added ACE_HAS_HANDLE_SET_OPTIMIZED_FOR_SELECT for all
          config.h files.

        * ace/Handle_Set.cpp (count_bits): Continued to optimize this
          method.  Now, if ACE_HAS_HANDLE_SET_OPTIMIZED_FOR_SELECT enabled
          it will use a very fast loop that only runs for as many bits
          that are enabled in the bitset.  This approach also doesn't have
          to access the Global Offset Table in shared libraries, which is
          a win.  Thanks to Arturo for contributing this.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: Generalized this test to use
          the new ACE_Async_Timer_Queue_Adapter.

        * ace/Timer_Queue_T: Added the new ACE_Async_Timer_Queue_Adapter,
          which makes it possible to encapsulate any of the ACE Timer
          Queue mechanisms into a asynchronous signal-handling context.

        * ace/OS.i: If the platform doesn't support ualarm() (and it
          doesn't lack UNIX signals) then we'll use alarm() rather
          than ualarm().  Clearly, this isn't as good as ualarm(),
          but it's better than nothing.

        * ace/OS.i: I'd missed replacing

          ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTO_FOR_SOME_FUNCS

          with

          ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTOTYPES_FOR_SOME_FUNCS

          in OS.i.  Thanks to James CE Johnson  <ace-users@lads.com> for
          pointing this out.

Sun Aug 31 09:58:35 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * Princess Diana was killed today in a senseless auto accident in
          Paris, France.  This is a very tragic ending to a very promising
          life ahead of her.

Sun Aug 31 15:08:00 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: fixed and added some
          ACE_UNUSED_ARG's.

        * netsvcs/clients/Tokens/invariant/invariant.cpp (run_mutex,
            run_reader_writer),
          netsvcs/clients/Tokens/mutex/test_mutex.cpp (run_test),
          netsvcs/clients/Tokens/rw_lock/rw_locks.cpp (run_thread):
          removed unused argument "vp".

        * ace/ACE.i (log2): moved "log" declaration outside of the
          for loop because its used after the loop.

        * ace/Task.cpp (instance) only register for destruction with
          ACE_Object_Manager when creating a new instance_.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (ACE_Thread_Control::exit) with TSS
          emulation, don't exit the thread.  Instead,
          ACE_Thread_Adpater::invoke () will do it after cleaning up TSS.

        * ace/Synch{h,cpp}: (ACE_TSS_Cleanup_Lock) register for
          destruction with ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/OS.*: major cleanup of ACE_TSS_Emulation, esp. how it
          interacts with ACE_TSS_Cleanup::exit ().

Sat Aug 30 17:30:24 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * Removed these config files:
                config-hpux-10.x-aCC.h
                config-hpux-10.x-decthreads.h
                config-hpux-10.x-nothread.h
          config-hpux-10.x-hpc++.h should be used with HP compilers on
          HP-UX 10.x.

Sat Aug 30 14:58:42 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Signal.cpp (ACE_Sig_Action): Added a new constructor that
          also takes an ACE_Sig_Set & *and* registers the handler...

        * ace/Handle_Set.cpp (count_bits): Added a newly optimized
          algorithm for cases where
          ACE_HAS_HANDLE_SET_OPTIMIZED_FOR_SELECT.  Thanks to Arturo for
          this suggestion.

        * ace/config-sco-5.0.0*.h: Added ACE_HAS_LONG_FDMASK for all the
          SCO files.  Thanks to Arturo for suggesting this.

        * ace/Signal: Added a new mutator method to reassign an
          ACE_Sig_Set to an ACE_Sig_Action.

        * ace/Handle_Set.i: If the size of the fd_set is 0 then operator
          fd_set *() just returns 0.  This will help to optimize the
          performance of the Reactor.  Thanks to Arturo for suggesting
          this.

        * ace/Handle_Set.cpp (count_bits): Added yet another improvement
          to remove the "i" iterator.  Thanks to Arturo for this!

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (log): Used the new ACE_Log_Record::priority()
          method in place of the type() method so that the priorities are
          handled correctly.

        * ace/Log_Record: Added two new methods that get/set the
          "priority" of an ACE_Log_Record.  This value computed as the
          base 2 log of the value of the corresponding ACE_Log_Priority
          enumeral (which are all powers of two).  We need this mapping
          function so that we can use the priorities as parameters to the
          putpmsg() function (which can only map between 0-255).  Thanks
          to Per Andersson for finding this stuff!

        * ace/ACE: Added a new method to compute the base2 logarithm of a
          number.

        * Replaced all uses of ACE_Thread_Control since this is now
          handled by the ACE_Thread_Manager.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp (spawn_i): Make sure to pass "this" to
          the ACE_Thread_Adapter if we're constructing it in the
          ACE_Thread_Manager::spawn_i() method.

        * ace/OS.i (cond_timedwait): Added a special check to see if
          timeout != 0, in which case we just call ACE_OS::cond_wait().
          Therefore, VxWorks can now use ACE_OS::cond_timedwait(), as long
          as the timeout == 0!  This simplifies certain internal ACE code.
          Thanks to David Levine for pointing this out.

        * ace/Handle_Set.cpp (count_bits):  Changed the code from

          for (int i = 0; i < sizeof (u_long); i++)
            {
              rval += ACE_Handle_Set::nbits_[n & 0xff];
              n >>= 8;
            }

          to

          for (int i = 0; n != 0; i++)
            {
              rval += ACE_Handle_Set::nbits_[n & 0xff];
              n >>= 8;
            }

          in order to speed it up in the "best case."  Thanks to Arturo
          Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for reporting this.

        * ace/Thread.cpp (spawn_n): Added a test to make sure that the
          thread_ids is != 0 before we assign into this.

Fri Aug 29 22:45:21 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-vxworks-g++.h:
        * ace/config-vxworks5.x-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos4-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos5.4-g++.h:
        * ace/config-sunos5.5-g++.h:
          Added flag ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR to these
          config files.

        * ace/README: Added explanation of flag
          "ACE_HAS_BROKEN_EXPLICIT_TEMPLATE_DESTRUCTOR."
          When calling a template class'es destructor explicitly, if you
          must use "ptr->FOO<BAR>::~FOO ();" but not
          "ptr->FOO<BAR>::~FOO<BAR> ();" then, you must add this flag to
          your config file.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_DES_FREE_TEMPLATE): Added this new macro to cope
          with the fact that compilers require different syntax when
          calling destructor of template classes explicitly.  This macro
          takes four arguments, POINTER, DEALLOCATOR, CLASS, and
          TEMPLATE_PARAMETER.  To deallocate a pointer allocated by
          ACE_NEW_MALLOC and you need to call FOO<BAR> class'es
          destructor, you'll write:

            ACE_DES_FREE_TEMPLATE (ptr, alloc->free, FOO, <BAR>);

        * ace/Containers.cpp: Changed to use ACE_DES_FREE_TEMPLATE to iron
          out differences among compilers.

Fri Aug 29 15:31:50 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.*,Synch.{h,cpp},Object_Manager.cpp: started adding
          support for TSS emulation.

        * ace/OS.h: declare class ostream if
          ACE_HAS_MINIMUM_IOSTREAMH_INCLUSION.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp (parse_commands): fixed
          sscanf format specifiers to match argument types; (main):
          fixed ACE_ERROR_RETURN parens; protected bulk of code with
          ACE_HAS_UALARM so that the test will build cleanly on
          platforms without it.

Fri Aug 29 00:43:27 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Synch.cpp (wait): Simpified the call to
          ACE_OS::cond_timedwait() to avoid an extra test.  Thanks to
          Arturo for pointing this out.

        * ace/TTY_IO: Added native support for TSETA.  Thanks to Arturo for
          this.

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp: Finished integrating the ACE_DLL_Strategy
          implementation, which is used in TAO.  Thanks to Satheesh Kumar
          MG <satheesh@india.aspectdv.com> for motivating this.

        * ace/Synch_T.h: Clarified the constructor for ACE_TSS that takes
          a TYPE * as an argument.  Note that this only initializes the
          TSS value in the *calling* thread, but not any other threads
          that may come along later on.  Thanks to Bob Laferriere
          <laferrie@gsao.med.ge.com> for helping to clarify this.

        * ace/Synch_T.h: Removed stray semi-colons from some of the
          ACE_SYNCH_* macros.  Thanks for Wei Chiang for reporting this.

Fri Aug 29 11:40:10 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp:  Added cast for ace_thread_adapter.

        * ace/OS.h:  Changed name of ACE_Thread_Adapter's constructor's
          fourth parameter from tm to tmgr since tm conflicted with
          another tm.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: In spawn_i, changed the last parameter
          given to spawn to thread_args.  Also had to add a cast for
          ace_thread_adapter.

Fri Aug 29 06:44:05 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_DES_FREE): Added this macro which will call
          designate destructor before freeing the memory.  This is a
          matching macro that should go with ACE_NEW_MALLOC and
          ACE_NEW_MALLOC_RETURN which allocate memory using designate
          allocator then call the user specified constructor explicitly.

        * ace/Containers.cpp: Many memory deallocations of container's
          nodes were changed to use the new macro which deletes objects
          correctly.

          Thanks very, very much to Ivan Murphy for torturing various
          test programs and reporting those tests which fail the
          excruciation.

Fri Aug 29 01:26:38 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/ReactorEx.cpp: Added two new methods to ReactorEx -
          schedule_wakeup() and cancel_wakeup().  Also fixed some bugs
          related to our local copy of network_events_ not getting updated
          properly. Thanks to Edan Ayal <edana@vdo.net> for pointing out
          the two missing functions.

Thu Aug 28 20:12:23 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Thread_Manager.cpp: Added a new ace_thread_manager_adapter()
          function, which is similar to the ace_thread_adapter function
          used in ACE_OS::thr_create().  However, the new function ensures
          that threads spawned by an ACE_Thread_Manager are automatically
          registered and deregistered from the Thread Manager.

        * ace/ACE.h (inherit_log_msg): Factored out the functionality to
          inherit the logging features if the parent thread has an
          ACE_Log_Msg instance in thread-specific storage.  This function
          is called in several places (e.g., OS.cpp and
          Thread_Manager.cpp), so it pays to factor it out.

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_Thread_Adapter): Added a new data member that
          keeps track of which thread entry point function we will pass to
          the underlying OS thread creation routine.  The default value is
          ace_thread_adapter, but this can be overridden to do different
          things...

        * ace/OS,
          ace/Thread: Extended thr_create() so that if an
          ACE_Thread_Adapter is passed to it this is used in lieu of the
          func and arg parameters.  This reduces the amount of dynamic
          allocation and indirection required with the new
          ACE_Thread_Manager.

        * ace/Task.h: Removed the ACE_Thread_Control data member from the
          ACE_Task_Exit class since it now belongs to the
          ACE_Thread_Manager instead...

        * ace/OS.cpp: Move the ACE_Thread_Adapter out of the OS.cpp file
          and made it a first-class citizen of ACE.  We can put this
          to good use in the new ACE_Thread_Manager.

        * ace/OS.cpp: The ACE_Thread_Adapter is now the default behavior
          in ACE.  If you don't want to use it for whatever reason,
          you'll need to set the ACE_NO_THREAD_ADAPTER macro.

        * ace/config-sco-5.0.0-fsu-pthread.h: Added
          ACE_LACKS_CONST_TIMESPEC_PTR.  Thanks to Arturo for this.

        * ace/Synch.cpp (wait): Removed the reference assignment and just
          take the address of this->mutex_.lock_.  Also, removed the
          additional check for abstime == 0 in order to speed up the
          common case.  Thanks to Arturo for these suggestions.

Thu Aug 28 20:02:03 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3.1, released Thu Aug 28 20:02:03 1997.

Thu Aug 28 00:21:09 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Strategies_T.cpp (ACE_Thread_Strategy): Added reasonable
          values to the default constructor.  Thanks to Stephen Coy
          <stevec@wsa.com.au> for reporting this.

        * ace/config-irix6.x-sgic++-*.h: Added ACE_HAS_UALARM.  Thanks to
          Amos Shapira <amos@gezernet.co.il> for reporting this.

        * ace/config-aix-4.*.h: Added ACE_HAS_UALARM.  Thanks to Cary
          Clark for reporting this.

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x*.h: Added ACE_HAS_UALARM.  Thanks to Cary
          Clark for reporting this.

        * ace/config-osf1*.h: Added ACE_HAS_UALARM.  Thanks to Thilo
          for reporting this.

        * ace/config-mvs.h: Added ACE_HAS_UALARM.  Thanks to Chuck Gehr
          for reporting this.

        * tests/Async_Timer_Queue_Test.cpp: Added a new test that will
          illustrate how to implement an asynchronously invoked
          Timer_Queue using UNIX SIGALRM signals.

Thu Aug 28 19:32:07 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * examples/Reactor/ReactorEx: Added two new applications
          (test_registry_changes.cpp and test_console_input.cpp) to show
          some more features of ReactorEx. test_registry_changes.cpp shows
          how to monitor the Registry using ReactorEx.
          test_console_input.cpp shows how to use ReactorEx to get
          notified when input shows up on the console.

Thu Aug 28 18:07:37 1997  Darrell Brunsch <brunsch@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Timer_{List,Heap,Wheel,Hash}_T.cpp: Changed the behavior
          of the iterator to automatically initialize when the iterator
          is constructed.

Thu Aug 28 10:43:35 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Task.{h,cpp} (ACE_Task_Exit::instance) added call to
          ACE_Object_Manager::at_exit () to clean up the singleton at
          program termination.

Thu Aug 28 03:25:52 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Task_Test.cpp (Barrier_Task):
        * tests/TSS_Test.cpp (main): Added an array  to collect thread
          handles in order to clean them up.  Thanks to Ivan Murphy
          for pointing this out.

        * ace/Thread_Manager.{h,cpp} (spawn_n):
        * ace/Task.{h,cpp} (activate):
          Added an extra argument ACE_hthread_t thread_handles[] with
          default value 0.  We need this argument to collect handles of
          spwaned/activated threads.  On NT, we have to join terminated
          threads explicitly to prevent handles leak.  Thanks to Ivan
          Murphy for digging this out.

Wed Aug 27 10:48:25 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace: Changed all occurrences of ACE_LACKS_RLIMIT_PROTO to
          ACE_LACKS_RLIMIT_PROTOTYPE, ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTO to
          ACE_LACKS_POSIX_PROTOTYPES, and ACE_LACKS_SYSV_MSQ_PROTOS to
          ACE_LACKS_SYSV_MSQ_PROTOTYPES to be more consistent.

        * ace/config-sunos5.x*.h: Added ACE_HAS_UALARM to all the Solaris
          config files.  However, also had to add ACE_LACKS_UALARM_PROTOTYPE
          since Solaris strangely doesn't provide this prototype.

        * ace/OS.h: Added an ACE_Time_Value version of ACE_OS::ualarm().

        * ace/Signal: Added a new constructor for ACE_Sig_Action that
          takes an ACE_Sig_Set parameter.

        * ace/Signal: Added a sigset() accessor method.

        * ace/config-unixware-2.1.2-g++.h: Added ACE_HAS_UALARM.  Thanks
          to Ganesh Pai <gpai@voicetek.com> for reporting this.

        * ace/OS.h: Added a default value of 0 to ACE_OS::time().

        * ace/Synch.i (ACE_Thread_Mutex_Guard): Rearranged the code so
          that we can inline the acquire(), tryacquire(), and release()
          methods properly.  Thanks to David Levine for pointing this out.

        * ace/OS.h: Added ACE_OS support for the ualarm() method.  If your
          platform supports ualarm() please send me email so I can set the
          ACE_HAS_UALARM flag in your config.h file.

        * tests/Makefile: Added an asynchronous timer queue test.

        * examples/IOStream/server/iostream_server.cpp: Added a new macro
          to work around the fact that some C++ compiles don't grok
          template typedefs.  Thanks to Oleg Krivosheev <kriol@fnal.gov>
          for pointing this out.

        * ace/OS,
          ace/Task.cpp:
          Installed a bunch of patches for FSU pthreads.  Thanks to Arturo
          Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for sending this.

        * Makefile: Added a line to the release script that will
          automatically generate an ACE-INSTALL text file from the
          ACE-INSTALL.html file.  Thanks to Oleg Krivosheev
          <kriol@fnal.gov> for suggesting this.

        * performance-tests/Misc/Makefile: Added $(BIN) to the FILE target
          so that "make depend" will work.  Thanks to David Levine for
          pointing this out.

        * ace/Synch.i: Eliminated unnecessary assignment to this->owner_.
          Thanks to Chris for pointing this out.

        * ace/OS.i (msgctl): Added a "struct" to the definition of
          msqid_ds.  Thanks to Steve Hickman <SHICKMAN@cobra.mcit.com> for
          reporting this.

Thu Aug 28 01:07:21 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * examples/Reactor/ReactorEx/test_directory_changes.cpp: Added a
          new example application.  This application tests the working of
          ReactorEx when users are interested in changes in the
          filesystem.

Wed Aug 27 22:06:23 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * *.{mak,mdp,dsw,dsp}: Updated ACE's library names on Win32 as
          below.  Only Microsoft's Win95 and Windows NT are effected.

          Version             Dynamic Library       Static Livrary
          ------------------  --------------------  -----------------
          Debug               aced.lib, aced.dll    acesd.lib
          Release             ace.lib, ace.dll      aces.lib
          Debug w/ UNICODE    aceud.lib, aceud.dll  acesud.lib
          Release w/ UNICODE  aceu.lib, aceu.dll    acesu.lib

          Thanks to John Morey <jmorey@tbi.com> for suggesting this and
          Darrell for updating VC 5.0's makefiles.

        * ace/config-freebsd[-pthread].h (ACE_HAS_UALARM): FreeBSD does has
          ualarm.

Wed Aug 27 10:52:59 1997  Chris Cleeland  <cleeland@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Synch_T.h (CTOR): Eliminated unnecessary assignment to
          this->owner_.

Wed Aug 27 09:32:57 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Singleton.cpp (instance): removed full qualification of
          "instance_" in ACE_NEW_RETURN macro, because it confused
           the Sun C++ 4.2 preprocessor.

        * ace/Singleton.cpp: added support for ACE_HAS_SIG_C_FUNC platforms,
          e.g., on MVS.  At least I tried to.  The cleanup function,
          on ACE_HAS_SIG_C_FUNC platforms only, doesn't call the object's
          destructor.  It just deallocates the storage.  That should be
          good enough; I don't think it's worth trying to do more than that.

        * ace/Synch.cpp (close_singleton): removed call to
          ACE_Allocator::close_singleton (), because this method is
          only called if ACE_HAS_THREADS.

        * ace/Object_Manager.cpp (dtor): added call to
          ACE_Allocater::close_singleton (), and protected call to
          ACE_Static_Object_Lock::close_singleton () with ACE_HAS_THREADS.

        * tests/Time_Value_Test.cpp: disabled ACE_U_LongLong test
          on ACE_WIN32 platforms, because that class is never used
          there.  Thanks to Nanbor for finding this.

        * performance-tests/Misc/preempt.cpp,Makefile: added preempt
          test, which tests for thread preemption.

Tue Aug 26 13:59:01 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * netsvcs/lib/Server_Logging_Handler_T.cpp: Changed the symbol
          "SS" to "SST" to avoid a namespace collision with UnixWare.
          Thanks to Ganesh Pai <gpai@voicetek.com> for pointing this out.

        * ace: Added a new config file to sco using FSU pthreads.  Thanks
          to Arturo Montes <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for sending this.

        * include/makeinclude: Added a new platform macros file to sco
          using FSU pthreads.  Thanks to Arturo Montes
          <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for sending this.

Tue Aug 26 22:06:14 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * examples/Reactor/ReactorEx: Added two new applications for
          testing some of the new features of ReactorEx.  Added
          documentation and renamed some of the older test files to make
          it easier to comprehend the examples.

Tue Aug 26 11:47:29 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/OS.i (mutex_trylock): Changed this method to make it deal
          correctly with abandoned mutexes. Also added a new mutex_trylock
          method that allows the user to know if the mutex was abandoned
          (through an extra out parameter).  Also fixed
          ACE_OS::cond_timedwait(), ACE_OS::cond_wait(),
          ACE_OS::event_wait(), ACE_OS::event_timedwait() and
          ACE_OS::sema_wait() to remove extra checks for WAIT_ABANDONED,
          since we are not dealing with mutexes in these methods.  Thanks
          to Ivan Murphy <Ivan.Murphy@med.siemens.de> for pointing this
          out.

Tue Aug 26 11:06:45 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h,config-vxworks5.x-g++.h:
          split ACE_HAS_RENAMED_MAIN into ACE_MAIN and
          ACE_HAS_NONSTATIC_OBJECT_MANAGER.

        * ace/ACE.cpp: only create the ACE_Object_Manager_Destroyer
          if not ACE_HAS_NONSTATIC_OBJECT_MANAGER.

        * ace/Object_Manager.{h,cpp}: dynamically allocated the
          contained ACE_Unbounded_Queue to so that it can be deallocated
          before the ACE_Allocator is destroyed.

        * ace/Singleton.{h,cpp}: register all ACE_Singletons for
          cleanup with the ACE_Object_Manager.

        * ace/Synch.{h,cpp}: renamed ACE_Static_Object_Lock::atexit () to
          close_singleton (), and removed the unused atexit hook.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp (ACE_Log_Msg_Manager::close): delete the
          main thread's Log_Msg.

        * ace/config-vxworks-ghs-1.8.h: added ACE_HAS_NONSTATIC_OBJECT_MANAGER.

        * tests/Time_Value_Test.cpp: added tests of ACE_U_LongLong.

        * tests/Atomic_Op_Test.cpp (main): added arguments to main ().

        * tests/Barrier_Test.cpp (main): delete thread_handles array
          to prevent memory leak.

        * examples/Reactor/Misc/test_signals_2.cpp (main): changed
          type of second arg from "char *" to "char *[]".

Mon Aug 25 14:13:57 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h:
          Changed the return type of sendmsg_timedwait from sszie_t to
          ssize_t, this should only affect platforms where
          ACE_LACKS_TIMEDWAIT_PROTOTYPES, further it was definitely wrong
          before.
          Thanks to ARTURO MONTES <mitosys@colomsat.net.co> for pointing
          out this one.

Mon Aug 25 10:15:06 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/Message_Queue.cpp (notify): fixed ACE_TRACE message.

        * examples/ASX/UPIPE_Event_Server/event_server.cpp,
          examples/Connection/misc/test_upipe.cpp,
          examples/Connection/non_blocking/test_*.cpp,
          examples/IPC_SAP/SOCK_SAP/CPP-inserver-poll.cpp,
          examples/IPC_SAP/SOCK_SAP/FD-unserver.cpp,
          examples/Misc/test_dump.cpp,
          examples/Reactor/FIFO/client.cpp,
          examples/Reactor/Misc/test_*.cpp,
          examples/Reactor/Proactor/test_multiple_loops.cpp,
          examples/Reactor/Proactor/test_timeout.cpp,
          examples/Reactor/ReactorEx/test_timeout.cpp,
          examples/Reactor/ReactorEx/test_exceptions.cpp,
          examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/client/local_spipe_client_test.cpp,
          examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/client/remote_thr_stream_client_test.cpp,
          examples/Shared_Malloc/test_multiple_mallocs.cpp,
          examples/System_V_IPC/SV_Message_Queues/*MQ_*.cpp,
          examples/System_V_IPC/SV_Semaphores/Semaphores_?.cpp,
          examples/Threads/process_mutex.cpp,
          examples/Threads/recursive_mutex.cpp,
          examples/Threads/tss1.cpp,
          examples/Threads/thread_specific.cpp,
          examples/Threads/token.cpp,
          examples/Threads/wfmo.cpp,
          tests/Simple_Message_Block_Test.cpp,
          tests/Hash_Map_Manager_Test.cpp:
          added arguments to main () to support redeclaring it on VxWorks.

          From now on, we should always declare main () with arguments, e.g.,
          int
          main (int, char *[])

Sun Aug 24 10:27:33 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@flamenco.cs.wustl.edu>

        * tests/Future_Test.cpp (Scheduler): Removed the non-existent
          friend class Method_ObjectWork.  Thanks to Sandro Doro
          <doros@aureus.sublink.org> for reporting this problem.

        * ace/Message_Block.h: Clarified in the comments that the length()
          of a Message_Block is 0 until the wr_ptr() is explicitly set.
          Thanks to Amos Shapira <amos@gezernet.co.il> for pointing out
          the need for this.

Sat Aug 23 14:43:27 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.3, released Sat Aug 23 14:43:27 1997.

Sat Aug 23 14:40:32 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@tango.cs.wustl.edu>

        * Released the long-awaited ACE 4.3.  Good night sweet prince:
          And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.

Sat Aug 23 00:44:09 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@merengue.cs.wustl.edu>

        * netsvcs/lib/Server_Logging_Handler.cpp: Make sure that we
          explicitly instantiate ACE_Svc_Handler<LOGGING_PEER_STREAM,
          ACE_NULL_SYNCH> whether or not we're building with threads
          since otherwise we get link errors.

Fri Aug 22 20:58:49 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.cpp (ACE_TSS_Cleanup):  Changed the lock for
          ACE_TSS_Cleanup from a static object to a singleton to avoid the
          nasty detruction order problem.  This only effects Win32.

        * ace/Synch.{h,cpp}: Added a new singleton lock
          "ACE_TSS_Cleanup_Lock" for Win32 platform.  This object is
          expect to be put under ACE_Object_Manager's control and will
          probably gone/changed in the near future.

Fri Aug 22 18:48:17 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE-install.sh:
          I updated the information on IRIX. Now we know for a fact it
          compiles on IRIX 6.x, but we are not certain on IRIX 5.X.

        * bin/auto_compile_wrapper:
          I have tried to make it clear that auto_compile_wrapper must be
          tailored on each site. The email address is invalid and the
          script should just crash the

        * ace/OS.i (cond_timedwait):
          It used to always dereference the timeout parameter, which could
          be 0 (heading for a
          Sthreads use timestruc_t instead of timespec_t, thanks to
          Ganesh Pai <gpai@voicetek.com> for pointing out this one and to
          Steve Huston <shuston@riverace.com> for explaining to us what
          was going on.

Fri Aug 22 08:46:39 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/platform_vxworks*.GNU:
          unset SHLIB to fix builds without PRELIB.

        * netsvcs/lib/Logging_Strategy.cpp,
          examples/Threads/task_three.cpp: include fstream.h and
          iostream.h if ACE_HAS_MINIMUM_IOSTREAMH_INCLUSION.

        * examples/ASX/UPIPE_Event_Server/event_server.cpp,
          examples/Log_Msg/test_log_msg.cpp,
          examples/Reactor/Misc/test_time_value.cpp,
          examples/Logger/Accepter-server/server_loggerd.cpp:
          #include iostream.h if ACE_HAS_MINIMUM_IOSTREAMH_INCLUSION.

        * examples/ASX/UPIPE_Event_Server/Peer_Router.cpp (svc):
          replaced an iostream printout with an ACE_DEBUG call.

        * examples/Misc/test_read_buffer.cpp,
                        test_dump.cpp,
                   Mem_Map/IO-tests/test_io.cpp:
          replaced bare OS calls with ACE_OS calls.

        * examples/Reactor/Misc/notification.cpp (Thread_Handler):
          added cast of svc_run to ACE_THR_FUNC.

Thu Aug 21 22:38:19 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@polka.cs.wustl.edu>

        * bin/auto_compile:
          This tool will checkout ACE_wrapper from CVS, use
          bin/create_ace_build to update a clone directory, compile ace
          and tests in that clone directory and then run run_tests.sh.
          If there is any problem it will report it to email.

        * bin/auto_compile_wrapper:
          The former needs some configuration information and a proper
          enviroment, hence it may not be invoked directly from your
          crontab. This tool is used for that purpose.

        * apps/Gateway/Gateway/Makefile:
        * apps/JAWS/server/Makefile:
        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/Makefile:
        * examples/IPC_SAP/DEV_SAP/reader/Makefile:
        * examples/IPC_SAP/DEV_SAP/writer/Makefile:
        * examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server/Makefile:
        * netsvcs/clients/Naming/Client/Makefile:
        * netsvcs/clients/Naming/Dump_Restore/Makefile:
        * performance-tests/Synch-Benchmarks/Makefile:
          No need to defines LIBS=-lACE here, it is already done in
          wrapper_macros.GNU. Thanks to Cary Clark <claca@iccokc.com> for
          pointing out this one.

        * bin/create_ace_build:
          New flag -a to create all symlinks using absolute paths, it
          helps when the build directory is a symlink too.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_irix6.x-sgic++.GNU:
          ACE now compiles with little or no warnings, I kept the linker
          warnings deactivated though.
          -ptall does not work any more. I added a comment on that.

        * ace/OS.h:
        * apps/Gateway/Gateway/Concrete_Proxy_Handlers.cpp:
        * apps/JAWS/clients/Blobby/Blob_Handler.cpp:
        * apps/JAWS/server/HTTP_Server.cpp:
        * examples/ASX/UPIPE_Event_Server/Peer_Router.cpp:
        * examples/IPC_SAP/SPIPE_SAP/NPServer.cpp:
        * examples/IPC_SAP/SPIPE_SAP/producer_read.cpp:
        * examples/Reactor/Dgram/CODgram.cpp:
        * examples/Reactor/Dgram/Dgram.cpp:
        * examples/Reactor/Misc/test_demuxing.cpp:
        * examples/Reactor/Misc/test_reactors.cpp:
        * examples/Reactor/Misc/test_signals_2.cpp:
        * examples/Threads/barrier2.cpp:
        * examples/Threads/process_manager.cpp:
        * examples/Threads/task_three.cpp:
        * netsvcs/clients/Naming/Dump_Restore/Dump_Restore.cpp:
        * netsvcs/clients/Tokens/collection/collection.cpp:
        * netsvcs/clients/Tokens/mutex/test_mutex.cpp:
        * performance-tests/Misc/childbirth_time.cpp:
        * tests/Reactor_Exceptions_Test.cpp:
        * tests/Reactors_Test.cpp:
        * tests/SOCK_Test.cpp:
          New macro ACE_NOTREACHED. Some compilers will issue warnings on
          unreached statements with things like:
            int foo()
            {
              if (bar) {
                return 0;
              } else {
                return 1;
              }
              return 0; // warning here
            }
          but if we remove the last return some other compiler will issue
          warnings on leaving the function with no return value.
          This macro tries to deal with that, all we have to do is to
          write the last line like:
            int foo()
            {
              if (bar) {
                return 0;
              } else {
                return 1;
              }
              ACE_NOTREACHED(return 0); // No warning now!!!
            }
          IMHO it also serves as a form of documentation.

Thu Aug 21 21:00:35 1997    <irfan@TWOSTEP>

        * ace/Auto_Ptr: Changed auto_ptr implementation to be as close
          to the C++ specification as possible. Things that are still
          missing are:
          (a) std namespace
          (b) member templates implementations
          (c) making the constructors explicit

        * ace/OS.h (ACE_BIT_STRICTLY_ENABLED): Added new macro to check if
          a bit is strictly enabled in a word.  This is necessary when the
          bit would be a combination of bits, and therefore, just
          comparing against != 0 (like ACE_BIT_ENABLED does) is not enough
          and comparing == BIT is necessary.

Thu Aug 21 19:28:28 1997  James C Hu  <jxh@lambada.cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/rules.local.GNU (depend.local): If TAO_ROOT
          is not set, don't try using it in sed.

        * bin/g++dep: Check the existence of the TAO_ROOT environment
          variable before adding it to the relative pathname replacement
          strategy.

Thu Aug 21 16:29:02 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h: added THR_JOINABLE and THR_SCHED_FIFO/RR/DEFAULT
          to STHREADS, WTHREADS, and non-threaded platforms.  On VxWorks
          only, set NSIG to _NSIGS + 1.

        * ace/config-vxworks*.h: removed ACE_HAS_POSIX_SEM now that we
          emulate it for VxWorks.

        * tests/Priority_Task_Test.cpp: use THR_SCHED_FIFO unconditionally
          now that it's defined on all platforms.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_chorus.GNU,
                              platform_hpux_gcc.GNU,
                              platform_linux*.GNU,
                              platform_m88k.GNU,
                              platform_osf1_4.0_g++.GNU,
                              platform_sco*.GNU,
                              platform_sunos*_g++.GNU,
                              platform_unixware_g++.GNU,
          g++ only: replaced PRELIB with "true" because it's not
          needed for template instantiation.  The old PRELIB no longer
          worked without -lACE being added to LIBS in individual Makfiles.
          The only reason to leave PRELIB defined to something is so that
          the shared object definitions will be correct in rules.lib.GNU.
          That should be fixed after 4.3 is released.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_vxworks5.x_ghs.GNU:
          PRELIB no longer needed with explicit template instantiation.

Thu Aug 21 12:38:26 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x.h: Removed extraneous #endif

Thu Aug 21 12:21:16 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.h (THR_JOINABLE): Defined this macro for Win32 as 0.

Wed Aug 20 22:36:52 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.2.44, released Wed Aug 20 22:36:52 1997.

Wed Aug 20 18:28:28 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x.h: Made some definitions dependent on the
          HP-UX version that is compiling the code.

        * ace/Filecache.(cpp h): Moved the definition of ACE_Filecache_Object
          from .cpp to .h to help AIX xlC's template instantiator along.

        * apps/Gateway/Peer/Peer.(cpp h): Moved the definition of Peer_Handler
          from .cpp to .h to help AIX xlC's template instantiator along.

        * include/makeinclude/platform_(hpux hpux_aCC hpux_gcc).GNU:  Added
          a compiler option to define HPUX_VERS with the current OS version.
          Used in the config-hpux-10.x.h file.

Wed Aug 20 13:44:16 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@mambo.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/config-unixware-2.1.2-g++.h:
          Unixware does not define timespec_t. Thanks to Ganesh Pai
          <gpai@voicetek.com> for pointing out this one.

Wed Aug 20 11:37:44 1997  David L. Levine  <levine@cs.wustl.edu>

        * include/makeinclude/rules.bin.GNU,platform_vxworks5.x_g++.GNU:
          added POSTLINK to build symbol table.

Wed Aug 20 07:43:14 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.2.43, released Wed Aug 20 07:43:14 1997.

Tue Aug 19 08:25:28 1997  Steve Huston  <shuston@riverace.com>

        * tests/Barrier_Test.cpp: Added THR_JOINABLE to the flags for
          creating threads - allows join to work on platforms that create
          threads detached by default (i.e. AIX).

        * tests/Process_Strategy_Test.cpp: If the final ACE_OS::kill() fails,
          don't ACE_OS::wait() for the process.

        * ace/config-aix-4.2.x.h: Added ACE_HAS_BROKEN_POSIX_TIME.  Commented
          out ACE_HAS_AIX_BROKEN_SOCKET_HEADER.  Added ACE_HAS_PTHREAD_T,
          and will now not use tid_t for any ACE types.  Rearranged things
          to start clarifying items.

        * ace/config-hpux-10.x.h: Removed ACE_HAS_SETKIND_NP and adjusted
          other, more meaningful, threads-related definitions to match what
          HP 10.10 and 10.20 have for threads.  This matches changes to OS.*

        * ace/OS.(h i cpp): Removed use of ACE_SETKIND_NP in an effort to
          simplify the variety of threads-capability definitions.  The only
          platforms which used ACE_HAS_SETKIND_NP were HP-UX (see above) and
          OSF/1 V3.2 (which has the same threads package as HP-UX).  OSF/1
          V3.2 may require some adjustments per this change - it probably
          should be changed to match HP-UX.  OSF/1 V4 (aka Digital UNIX)
          is not affected by this change.

        * ace/Log_Msg.cpp: Changed the 't' format (thread ID) to call
          thread_self() directly on AIX.

Mon Aug 18 21:39:33 1997  Douglas C. Schmidt  <schmidt@cs.wustl.edu>

        * ACE version 4.2.42, released Mon Aug 18 21:39:33 1997.

Mon Aug 18 20:22:14 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@swarm.cs.wustl.edu>

        * apps/Gateway/Peer/Makefile:
          No need to define LIBS=-lACE here, its already done in
          wrapper_macros.GNU.  Thanks to Cary Clark <claca@iccokc.com>
          for helping in this effort.

Mon Aug 18 19:54:36 1997  Nanbor Wang  <nw1@cumbia.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.{h,i} (open, mutex_init, sema_init, event_init, mmap):
          Added an extra argument LPSECURITY_ATTRIBUTE with default value
          0 to all these methods so that we can modify objects' security
          attributes when needed.  Thanks to Ivan Murphy for pointing this
          out.

Mon Aug 18 19:50:13 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@mambo.cs.wustl.edu>

        * examples/Service_Configurator/Makefile:
        * examples/Service_Configurator/IPC-tests/server/Makefile:
        * apps/Gateway/Gateway/Makefile:
        * examples/Connection/non_blocking/Makefile:
          $(SOEXT) must be used instead of just .so, the former does not
          work on all platforms, notably HP-UX.  Thanks to Cary Clark
          <claca@iccokc.com> for helping in this effort.

Mon Aug 18 19:46:27 1997  Carlos O'Ryan  <coryan@swarm.cs.wustl.edu>

        * ace/OS.i:
          Added support for the missing netdb reentrant functions, even