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Bug#544401: marked as done (RFA: libdjbdns -- DNS client library designed to replace the BIND res_*/dn_* library)

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regarding RFA: libdjbdns -- DNS client library designed to replace the BIND res_*/dn_* library
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Package: wnpp

Hi, I'm looking for a new maintainer for the libdjbdns package.  If
you're interested, please followup to this bug report and await my

 Package: libdjbdns1
 Section: libs
 Architecture: any
 Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}
 Description: DNS client library designed to replace the BIND res_*/dn_* library
  High-level lookups:
  The dns library provides several easy-to-use DNS lookup routines:
  dns_ip4, dns_ip4_qualify, dns_name4, dns_mx, and dns_txt.
  dns_ip4_qualify supports the traditional configuration mechanisms for
  hostname rewriting: $LOCALDOMAIN, /etc/resolv.conf, and gethostname. It
  also supports a powerful new user-controlled rewriting mechanism.
  The functions that read /etc/resolv.conf automatically reread it every ten
  minutes, so system administrators don't have to kill long-running programs.
  Low-level lookups:
  The dns_domain_* and dns_packet_* functions make it easy to safely parse DNS
  packets. The dns_transmit_* functions send DNS queries of arbitrary types to
  arbitrary servers. These are the functions used in the dnscache program.
  See http://cr.yp.to/djbdns/blurb/library.html for details.

Thanks, Gerrit.

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Version: 1.05-5+rm

libdjbdns has been removed from Debian unstable: http://bugs.debian.org/595355

Closing its bugs with a Version higher than the last unstable upload.

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