obex-data-server 0.3.2

June 25, 2008 on 9:12 pm | In obex-data-server | 7 Comments

obex-data-server 0.3.2 released: http://tadas.dailyda.com/software/obex-data-server-0.3.2.tar.gz.

This is one more bugfix release. It includes many memory leak fixes, improved error reporting and most notably Nokia UUID workaround (uses different FTP service UUID for some Nokia devices).
ChangeLog:

  • Reduce compiler warnings (fixes bug #98)
  • Fix ServerSession Accept/Reject (bug #54, only works with patched openobex)
  • Use different FTP UUID for some Nokia devices (bug #55)
  • Don’t try to remove service record when it is not registered (bug #79)
  • Check OBEX Target header for FTP sessions (bug #81)
  • Disable FTP specific commands when OPP is used (bug #82)
  • Use UTF-8 filenames in folder listing objects (bug #78)
  • Improve OBEX error reporting (bugs #85, #86, #87, #88)
  • Fix crashers on exit (bugs #77, #83)
  • Portability fixes (bug #91)
  • Check connection ID for FTP session (bugs #90, #92)
  • Send empty Name header when using ChangeCurrentFolderToRoot (bug #100)
  • Don’t try to access memory regions that were already freed (bug #74).
    Also fixes a long-standing segfault issue (bug #46)

This release doesn’t include any API changes.

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  1. Hi Tadas,

    So long with no talk, how are things?.

    As I told you before we were going to Chicago for a sensors expo. We had a fun time, during the 3 days the sensor lasted ODS received over 2k obex messages from 10 of our devices.

    ODS was a bit unstable it crashed no less than 10 times during the expo. I’m going to try this new version and tell you my results.

    I tried debuggin and working on fixes to it, but it was impossible.

    BTW to all those who all ready don’t know. I’ve found a work around to avoid loosing obex transfers. The solution is registering for dbus signals before the session object is created. I know this is not a nice looking solution, but it has 2 positives results. One is that you don’t loose any message, the other one is that in cases when you’re expecting to receive lots of transfers you are not registering/deregistering from dbus avoiding all the payload related to it.

    If you want to take a look at the source it’s available at: http://code.google.com/p/aircable/source/browse/tools/messages

    Thanks and good luck to all of you,
    Manuel Naranjo
    http://www.aircable.net

    Comment by Manuel Naranjo — June 25, 2008 #

  2. All crashers should be fixed in this release. Lots of work was needed and hopefully it works flawlessly now. Problem concerning not catching signals will be fixed in the next release as it requires API change.

    Cheers,
    Tadas

    Comment by admin — June 25, 2008 #

  3. Good Morning Tadas,

    Congratulations on this release! I know you’ve worked very hard to get it ready, we really appreciate the hard work, well done. *thumbs up

    Heston

    Comment by Heston James — June 27, 2008 #

  4. Everyone,

    Guys I have to get out my hat and congratulate you all.

    Lots of bugs had been fixed, specially memory allocation stuff, I left a server running yesterday on the office, and after almost 24 hours, and after 400 sessions created it still works without any trouble.

    I also checked with valgrind, and compared 0.3.1 and 0.3.2 and the difference is enormous, from lots of memory corruptions you have moved to 0. Incredible.

    Great job everyone,

    Thanks,
    Manuel

    Comment by Manuel Naranjo — June 27, 2008 #

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