BFD work in progress.
Now it compiles and mostly works.
Implements command that shows memory usage.
Changes OSPF to generate stub networks for non-primary addresses.
Also does some reorganization in RT LSA announcement.
Added rmove() (by Andreas, tweaked by me).
Implemented debugging function rlookup() which you can call from gdbto see what resource does the address given as a parameter belong to.
Avoid conflicts with libraries defining their own xmalloc by definingxmalloc to bird_xmalloc internally.
Added lp_flush() which flushes contents of a linear pool, leaving all thememory available for subsequent allocations from the same pool. Both flushingand re-using the memory costs just few instructions.
Use dmalloc instead of EFence when available (dmalloc has lot of improvementsover EFence and also hopefully smaller memory overhead, but sadly it's non-freefor commercial use).
If the DMALLOC_OPTIONS environment variable is not set, switch on `reasonable'...
Name cleanups as suggested by Pavel:
- cfg_strcpy() > cfg_strdup() mempool -> linpool, mp_* -> lp_* [to avoid confusion with memblock, mb_*]
Anyway, it might be better to stop ranting about names and do some real work.
Removed prototype of rp_free() since this function has never existed.
Resource pools are now named.
BIRD library: The story continues.
Complete resource manages and IP address handling.
Changed #include <x/y> to #include "x/y" for our local includes, so thatgcc -MM can be used to separate them from the system ones.
Added automatic generation of dependencies.
First look at data structures. More to come tomorrow...