> > One question - the nature of the errors in sys.c suggests
> that that code
> > is not used by any other platform - is it really a case of
> fixing this
> > code or do you suspect there might be a configure problem?
> I don't quite understand what you mean. Mac OS X is the only Unix
> platform we have here that has no poll() function and then sets
> USE_SELECT (this is one reason we like to have OS X part of our daily
> build). That we didn't test often enough with Mac OS X was the reason
> we didn't find this problem before the release.
> The configure script was changed to use poll() if available. I don't
> know the reason for this but I suspect there is no way of knowing what
> the "preferred" network API is when an OS has both poll() and
OK, that explains it - I didn't realise that Mac OS X was so unique in this
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