xdr_proc_t really is different on linux26_i386
[openafs.git] / src / rx / xdr.h
2010-02-02 Simon Wilkinsonxdr_proc_t really is different on linux26_i386
2010-01-29 Derrick Brashearxdrproc_t probably not really different on linux26
2009-12-03 Jeffrey AltmanUse xdr_alloc and xdr_free within ptuser
2009-10-08 Andrew Deasonxdrproc_t functions take a caddr_t, not caddr_t*
2009-08-27 Derrick Brashearredefine xdr functions consistently
2009-01-22 Matt Benjaminobsd44-pass1-20090123
2006-03-09 Ed Moydarwin-x86-and-leopard-20060309
2005-11-06 Jeffrey Altmanwindows-64-bit-type-safety-20051105
2004-06-21 Rainer Schöpfrx-xdr-deal-with-linux26-regparm-20040621
2004-03-10 Jim Reesfreebsd-20040310
2003-07-16 Derrick Brashearreindent-20030715
2003-06-27 Derrick Brashearrx-xdr-rename-userland-symbols-also-on-amd64-linux...
2002-09-30 Nathan Neulingerhpux-rx-cleanup-20020930
2002-08-22 Derrick Brashearprototypes-fixes-20020821
2002-08-21 Nathan Neulingerpull-prototypes-to-head-20020821
2002-06-08 Derrick Brashearuse-private-xdr-in-kernel-to-avoid-conflicts-over-memor...
2001-05-30 Chaskiel M Grundmanmake-xdr-int64-support-consistent-now-that-its-everywhe...
2001-04-30 Jeff Riegelwin95-initial-port-20010430
2001-02-10 Hartmut Reutermrafs-client-extensions-including-afs-int64-20010210
2000-11-04 IBMInitial IBM OpenAFS 1.0 tree openafs-ibm-1_0 openafs-root