Commit 67e412bc authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

*** empty log message ***

Rev: ChangeLog:1.21
parent 21fc4ee9
Fri Jan 1 04:20:10 1999 <nisse@puck>
* io.c: Include lsh headers *before* system headers.
Use jpoll.h, not poll.h.
* io.c: (get_inaddr): Use inet_aton. How portable is that?
* poll.h, poll.c, pollemu.h, pollemu.c: Use the names jpoll (that
is the names used originally by Sean Reifschneider
<jafo@tummy.com>).
Thu Dec 31 15:29:59 1998 <ray@penguin.wi.leidenuniv.nl>
* PORTS: new file.
* io.c: #include "config.h" so the #ifdef HAVE_POLL works.
* poll.h, pollemu.h: Renamed poll.h to pollemu.h; thus it will not be
found instead of a system poll.h whith -I. or -I$(srcdir) .
* pollemu.c, pollemu.h: Renamed too.
* io.c, pollemu.c: Changed #include accordingly.
* configure.in: Changed accordingly.
* configure.in: check for `gethostbyname' instead of `hostbyname'.
* io.c: define INADDR_NONE if the system doesn't provide it (e.g.
Solaris).
* io.c: #include <netinet/in.h> for struct in_addr.
Wed Dec 30 17:38:03 1998 <ray@penguin.wi.leidenuniv.nl>
* io.c (get_inaddr): use symbolic constant to check inet_addr
result; fixes name resolving on Linux/Alpha.
Thu Dec 31 00:06:43 1998 <nisse@puck>
* server.c (do_open_session): Mark arguments as UNUSED.
......@@ -11,7 +46,7 @@ Thu Dec 31 00:06:43 1998 <nisse@puck>
* make_class (do-struct-free-function, do-struct-mark-function):
Avoid warnings about unused parameters when the generated
functions are empty functions.
functions are empty functions.
* keyexchange.c (kex_make_key): Signedness fix.
......@@ -26,13 +61,13 @@ Thu Dec 31 00:06:43 1998 <nisse@puck>
* connection.c (do_fail): Marked connection argument UNUSED.
* configure.in (CPPFLAGS): Add more warning flags. But *not*
-Wcast-align.
-Wcast-align.
* client_userauth.c (do_userauth_banner): Marked connection
argument UNUSED.
* client_password.c (read_password): Marked max_length argument
UNUSED.
UNUSED.
* client.c (client_close_die): Marked closure argument UNUSED.
......@@ -46,7 +81,7 @@ Thu Dec 31 00:06:43 1998 <nisse@puck>
(do_channel_success): -"-
(do_channel_failure): -"-
* arcfour.c (make_arcfour_instance): Mark mode argument UNUSED.
* arcfour.c (make_arcfour_instance): Mark mode argument UNUSED.
* io.c (get_inaddr): use symbolic constant to check inet_addr
result; fixes name resolving on Linux/Alpha.
......@@ -56,11 +91,11 @@ Wed Dec 30 11:57:28 1998 <ray@zensunni>
* atoms.in: added algorithms names used by SSH 2.0.11 (commented
out).
* configure.in: Enable a few more warnings.
* configure.in: Enable a few more warnings.
* lib/desTest.c (method, encode, decode): ANSIfied function
declarations.
* include/des.h, desCode.h, desKerb.c, desQuick.c, desTest.c,
desUtil.c, desdata.c, desinfo.h: The DES code's copyright notice
is distributed in descore.README rather than plain README.
......@@ -117,7 +152,7 @@ Sun Dec 27 06:37:40 1998 <nisse@puck>
* client.c (do_exit_signal): Send CHANNEL_EOF.
* configure.in: Fixed the configure test for shutdown. Check for
zlib.
zlib.
Sat Dec 26 02:37:18 1998 <nisse@puck>
......@@ -168,7 +203,7 @@ Fri Dec 18 01:53:22 1998 <nisse@puck>
closed write_buffer has been flushed successfully.
* io.c (write_callback): Report EPIPE and other write failures
differently.
differently.
* crypto.c: Added md5 support by Balazs Scheidler.
......@@ -200,12 +235,12 @@ Wed Dec 16 01:33:25 1998 <nisse@puck>
* channel.h (CHANNEL_CLOSE_AT_EOF): This flag now means that
the channel should be closed when EOF have been both sent and
received.
received.
* channel.c (channel_eof): New meaning of CHANNEL_CLOSE_AT_EOF
flag.
flag.
* client.c (do_exit_status): Send eof, if we haven't done that
already.
already.
* channel.c (do_channel_eof): Don't initiate close automatically
when eof has been both sent and received.
......@@ -297,7 +332,7 @@ Tue Dec 8 10:29:50 1998 <nisse@puck>
passwords, by Keresztg <kg230@hszk.bme.hu>.
* server.c (do_exit_shell): Close channel, if we have already sent
EOF.
EOF.
* xalloc.c (lsh_object_clone): New function.
......@@ -315,7 +350,7 @@ Fri Dec 4 02:30:28 1998 <nisse@puck>
* xalloc.c (lsh_object_check_subtype): Allow NULL pointers. They
are occasionally permissible (for instance, the NULL crypto
algorithm), and when they aren't the error will be detected early
anyway.
anyway.
(lsh_object_check): -"-
* keyexchange.c (do_handle_kexinit): Use an object_list for
......
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