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Tue, 12 Jun 2001 14:16:27 +0200 (CEST)
On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Dr. Rolf Ebert wrote:
> > CVS needs to recognize ipv6 addresses and hostname replies with ipv6
> > addresses. At least in connect (-d directive) it needs an ipv6 support.
> > Just try "cvs -d :pserver:user@::1:/some/path/cvsroot co module".
> > Note, that ::1 is an ipv6 address for localhost.
> Simply do not use IP-addresses. Not in an user application like CVS.
I have of course CVS functional on classic (ipv4) IP-addresses.
CVS doesn't recognize ipv6 hostname replies, so your advise is kind
My question was about IPv6 support in CVS. If anybody is working on it, or
if it is even included in some devel release. If not, it was just a hint
for those, who want to enhance CVS to be up to date with the next
generation internet technology ;-)
Details how to adapt existing apps to be ipv6-aware can be found eg. here:
- IPv6, Michal Svec, 2001/06/06
- Re: IPv6, Gerhard Sittig, 2001/06/06
- RE: IPv6,
Michal Svec <=
- RE: IPv6, Paul Hooper, 2001/06/12