[gopher] Re: UMN gopher/gopherd 3.0.3 available
Thanks, John! I will go test it out... ah... Thursday night. yes. I
have a final tomorrow in computer science structures, so I really
must study. :)
I would like to take this regex.h business to Apple and see what's up
with that. As *I* understand this, OS X has a BSD layer, so IMHO,
whatever acrobatics you had to do shouldn't have been neccessary. Am
I naive or what? :)
So: if you don't have the time to liase with them, could you suggest
a way that I could report on this? I think it's gonna be more than a
diff file that'll be required...
Oh, BTW, I'm intruiged with your Disk Copy idea. Am I understanding
correctly that if I create a virtual UFS hard drive with Drive copy,
and throw the source in there, that it will build and put the files
in the appropriate directories that just happens to be on an HFS
partition? I'm not sure I'm clear with this question... well, can't
hurt to try it, anyway...
>It's out there now. From the changelog:
>gopher (3.0.3) unstable; urgency=low
> * Patches for FreeBSD:
> * Test in configure for stdlib.h
> * Include stdlib.h if it's available in Malloc.h
> * Don't include malloc.h if it's missing in Malloc.h
> * Don't include strcasestr if it's present in util.c and util.h
> * Actually use our configure.in test for malloc.h in object/* files.
> * New configure.in tests for regexp.h and libgen.h
> * Regex.c: define __GOPHER_REGEX_C__ for extern support in Regex.h
> * Regex.c: For __APPLE__, REGEX_param is regexp *.
> * Regex.h: Move the lengthy SYSV regex test to top of file
> * Regex.h: Wrap libgen.h include in HAVE_LIBGEN_H
> * Regex.h: Enclose REGEX_param=regcomp in parens to avoid warnings
> * Regex.h: Add extern for REGEX_param.
> * Regex.h: Darwin is unlike anything else. Support it with
> * STRstring.h: Include malloc.h only if actually here.
> * Ditto for Stdlib.h.
> * Added /etc/logrotate.d/gopherd to gopherd.conffiles.
> Closes: #132804.
> -- John Goerzen <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 12 Feb 2002 07:45:00 -0500
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