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      DRTVWR-418: Set CMAKE_USE_OPENSSL and ENABLE_THREADED_RESOLVER · e046834a
      Nat Goodspeed authored
      for all platforms of interest.
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      DRTVWR-418: Fix minor merge mistake. · 4bb85904
      Nat Goodspeed authored
      There was a merge collision in multi.c's multi_runsingle() function at the
      point where we have a local patch concerning bug 1420. The upstream change was
      to change a Curl_done() call to multi_done(). Our patch called Curl_done() in
      each clause of an 'if' statement; we changed both to multi_done(). However,
      our patch also had a Curl_posttransfer() call; we overzealously changed that
      to multi_posttransfer() too. But there is no such function. Change back to
      Curl_posttransfer().
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      DRTVWR-418: Remove a couple bad vendor branch tactic artifacts. · 95b375b0
      Nat Goodspeed authored
      It seems that, perhaps due to mistakenly checking in past vendor updates on the
      default branch rather than the vendor branch, curl/lib/multi.c has acquired a
      couple bits of cruft carried over from previous releases. These are now
      causing compile errors. Try cleaning them out of multi.c in hopes it helps.
      
      GOOD_EASY_HANDLE is now defined in urldata.h, not locally in this file.
      
      isHandleAtHead() is dubious because there's no more SessionHandle struct.
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      DRTVWR-418: Explicitly set CMake var ENABLE_THREADED_RESOLVER. · e43a48c1
      Nat Goodspeed authored
      build-cmd.sh has a 'check_damage' shell function that checks to see whether
      USE_THREADS_POSIX is set in curl_config.h. In version 7.54.1, it isn't: you
      must specifically request it by overriding ENABLE_THREADED_RESOLVER on the
      CMake command line. Pass that.
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