If you're talking to an https server over socks, the ssl io layer is called using nsSSLIOLayerAddToSocket. The firstTime init code for that doesn't set up the hash table, and so we crash. Attaching the obvious patch.
-> me. meant to do that when I filed it, sorry
Assignee: ssaux → bbaetz
Keywords: crash, patch, review
(Does this really need to be threadsafe?) a=dbaron on behalf of drivers
It also might not be a bad idea to at least comment that the code is duplicated. Although it would be even better to factor it into a single function...
Hardware: All → Other
This is only called from the socket transport thread, so it doesn't have to be threadsafe. I'll let one of the NSS people (who have to check this in anyway) decide whether to move the duplicated code into its own function.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Verified on 2001-08-30-Trunk build on WinNT Marking it verified as per above developer comments.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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