ser2net-2.8-rc1 upload

2012-03-23
2013-04-01
  • Corey Minyard

    Corey Minyard - 2012-03-23

    There have been enough changes, and enough time gone by, to warrant a new release.  Here is the Changelog:

    2012-03-27  Corey Minyard <minyard@acm.org>

    * ser2net.c, readconfig.c, ser2net.h, controller.c, ser2net.conf:
    Add a method to specify the control port in the ser2net config
    file.

    * dataxfer.c, controller.c: Add SO_KEEPALIVE to socket connections
    so the connection will drop if the other end just goes away.

    * configure.in: Move to 2.8-rc1.

    2011-08-12  Corey Minyard <minyard@acm.org>

    * dataxfer.c: Fix some unaligned write issues in telnet options.

    * dataxfer.c: Fix some signed/unsigned comparison issues and
    a typo.

    2011-06-22  Corey Minyard <minyard@acm.org>

    * utils.h, utils.c, controller.c, dataxfer.c: Fix some warnings
    about the write() return value not being checked.  These were
    almost all cases where a failure didn't matter (tracing), except
    for writing the pid file, where it should have been a handled
    failure.

    * dataxfer.c: Cleaned up some style issues in the UUCP locking code.

    * ser2net.c: Fixed a warning about not checking the chdir() return
    code, and added some improved logging information to syslog.

    2010-03-11  Mats Erik Andersson <mats.andersson@mea.homelinux.org>,
    Corey Minyard <minyard@acm.org>

    * controller.c, dataxfer.c, utils.c, utils.h: Add IPV6 address
    compatability.

    2009-11-12  Corey Minyard <minyard@acm.org>

    * ser2net.spec, ser2net.spec.in: Fix the version in the spec
    file to be updated automatically.

    2009-11-12  Philip Gwyn

    * dataxfer.c, devcfg.c, devcfg.h, ser2net.8: Add the ability to
    dump trace files in a binary format with timestamps.

     
  • Corey Minyard

    Corey Minyard - 2012-03-23

    I forgot to mention that this is a release candidate, not the actual release.  Try it out.

     

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