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Fri Sep 7 02:07:08 UTC 2012
On Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 12:27 AM, Michael Shadle <mike503 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I knew the ABI reasoning was behind it as this has came up at least once before. Just wanted to express it again. Curious how tengine does it with very small performance loss still based off the nginx code base. Perhaps something to look at? :) that's all.
We already know the limitations pointed out by Maxim and thank Maxim
for making it clear several times. Definitely it's difficult to solve
them, especially the ABI problem. The approach we'll take is keeping
the ABI of the stable versions as conservative as we can, i.e. we'll
not change the ABI of a stable branch. And the ABI changes will just
happen in a development branch.
In such a way it may reduce the value of dynamically loaded modules,
but it's better than nothing.
Senior Software Engineer
Server Platforms Team at Taobao
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