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Tue, 12 Jun 2001 10:53:14 -0400
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:
The web site contains a section:
2. use getaddrinfo() and getnameinfo() everywhere.
getaddrinfo() and getnameinfo() are new address independent variant
that hides every gory detail in name-to-address translation,
or vice versa.
So I guess that the next generation Internet technology contains the
notion of host names. The cvs command would use the hostname in
cvs -d :pserver:address@hidden/some/path/cvsroot co module
Does CVS have to be modified to use one of those two ipv6 functions?
Fred Brehm, Sarnoff Corporation, address@hidden
- IPv6, Michal Svec, 2001/06/06
- Re: IPv6, Gerhard Sittig, 2001/06/06
- RE: IPv6, Michal Svec, 2001/06/12
- RE: IPv6,
Frederic Brehm <=
- RE: IPv6, Paul Hooper, 2001/06/12