I have created a public repository with my github account so you can
access my patches more easily:
Upon preparing everything, I realized it is quite a few additions.
Please have a look at my commit message for an overview of what I have done.
The big difference is I am using inet_diag_req_v2 and I migrated a bunch
more code from socketstat (Alexey Kuznetsov, <kuznet(a)ms2.inr.ac.ru>) for
I unfortunately haven't been working with the code for a while because I
have been travelling. I was in contact with Arnaldo in June but my
changes were not yet ready then.
I have also cc'ed tuna-devel on this email.
Feel free to contact me about anything, I am glad someone has this
repository up again. It is a great library and has a lot potential (IMHO).
On 13.10.2014 13:34, Jiri Kastner wrote:
of course :)
do you have it somewhere in public repo?
as it is dependency of tuna, can you send patches to
tuna-devel(a)lists.fedorahosted.org for review?
On Mon, Oct 13, 2014 at 12:20:27PM +0200, James wrote:
> Dear Jiri,
> I have been working on a project in which I used python-inet_diag for
> the past half year in my free time.
> Since starting my project I required more functionality from the library
> and so I added some optional parameters to the create function to allow
> more types of filters to be used as well as some other small extensions.
> I also found a few memory leaks and fixed them.
> I would like to make a pull request so that you could review the changes.
> Is there a way this can be done?
> Thank you and best regards,
> James Hulka