Subject: pkg/21047: update for net/host to host-20030405
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/06/2003 19:00:44
>Synopsis: update for net/host to host-20030405
>Arrival-Date: Sun Apr 06 16:01:03 PDT 2003
>Originator: Greg A. Woods
Planix, Inc.; Toronto, Ontario; Canada
Here's an updated pkgsrc/net/host module for host-20030405
the diff is too ugly with all the removed files -- this is a
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echo x - DESCR
sed 's/^X//' >DESCR << 'END-of-DESCR'
XHost is a very powerful DNS query and testing command-line tool.
XMajor differences with the ancient version of the program with the same
Xname that's included in the BIND-4 and BIND-8 distributions:
X - Major overhaul of the entire code.
X - Very rigid error checking, with more verbose error messages.
X - Zone listing section completely rewritten.
X - It is now possible to do recursive listings into delegated zones.
X - Maintain resource record statistics during zone listings.
X - Maintain count of hosts during zone listings.
X - Check for various extraneous conditions during zone listings.
X - Check for illegal domain names containing invalid characters.
X - Verify that certain domain names represent canonical host names.
X - Perform ttl consistency checking during zone listings.
X - Exploit multiple server addresses if available.
X - Option to exploit only primary server for zone transfers.
X - Option to exclude info from names that do not reside in a zone.
X - Implement timeout handling during connect and read.
X - Write resource record output to optional log file.
X - Special MB tracing by recursively expanding MR and MG records.
X - Special mode to check SOA records at each nameserver for a zone.
X - Special mode to check reverse mappings of host addresses.
X - Extended syntax allows multiple arguments on command line or stdin.
X - Configurable default options in HOST_DEFAULTS environment variable.
X - Implement new resource record types from RFC 1183 and 1348.
X - Basic experimental NSAP support as defined in RFC 1637.
X - Implement new resource record types from RFC 1664 and 1712.
X - Implement new resource record types from RFC 1876 and 1886.
X - Code is extensively documented.
echo x - Makefile
sed 's/^X//' >Makefile << 'END-of-Makefile'
X# $NetBSD: Makefile,v 1.3 2003/03/29 12:41:56 jmmv Exp $
XCOMMENT= powerful DNS query and testing tool
X# This removes "nslookup" from the value given in the distributed Makefile.BSD
XMAKE_FLAGS+= SCRIPTS="nscheck mxlookup rblookup"
X# this works around a bug in the distributed Makefile.BSD
X# (FILES should never have been defined in it)
echo x - PLIST
sed 's/^X//' >PLIST << 'END-of-PLIST'
X@comment $NetBSD: PLIST,v 1.1 2001/10/31 22:55:36 zuntum Exp $
echo x - distinfo
sed 's/^X//' >distinfo << 'END-of-distinfo'
X$NetBSD: distinfo,v 1.2 2001/04/21 11:23:17 wiz Exp $
XSHA1 (host-20030405.tar.gz) = 3c18dce6b65c9454a89e4ca9d5a164bd45817396
XSize (host-20030405.tar.gz) = 141258 bytes