Subject: Re: bin/12876: NetBSD's INET6 patches to Postfix break non-INET6 features!
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From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/08/2001 20:36:40
[ On Wednesday, May 9, 2001 at 08:09:52 (+0900), email@example.com wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: bin/12876: NetBSD's INET6 patches to Postfix break non-INET6 features!
> sorry for the mess. could you PLEASE identify which part of the
> diff is the important piece here? there are a lot of non-related
> cosmetic changes included, and it prevents me from fixing the issue.
In my opinion it's all critical. :-)
The changes to peer_name() are probably cosmetic because nothing
critical ever calls it, but since the code's there it should probably be
correct (I think the only fix in peer_name() is to add error logging).
The changes to the anything related to domain and host names should
probably be checked in with a separate comment (assuming you agree to
check them in! ;-), but that's easy because they're all in separate
The really crictical fixes are all in smtpd_peer_init.c (if I remember
the name correctly)...
Greg A. Woods
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