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DMARC and yahoo Michael Richardson (Apr 16)
After thinking about:

http://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/msg/ietf/iIJxAoRp_GM4vTjNGeonVnKv1Ic

I've realize that if I forward email from yahoo that it will cause many other
ISPs to reject email, and worse, will taint the IP address I use for email.

So, I've marked all @yahoo.com subscribers as moderated, and I'm sorry, but I
won't be forwarding email. As soon as a patch for mailman is available that
will reject p=reject...

Re: ND_PRINT() parenthesis errors Guy Harris (Apr 15)
Fixed in 0516a28d2668e23776213960ad19631c4e5a2486.

Re: GitHub-Travis-Coverity integration Francois-Xavier Le Bail (Apr 15)
Done for tcpdump.

Next step: libpcap.

ND_PRINT() parenthesis errors Gisle Vanem (Apr 15)
Here are some errors in lost parenthesis errors I've found when building using
MSVC:

diff -Hb -u3 Git-Latest/print-802_15_4.c ./print-802_15_4.c
--- Git-Latest/print-802_15_4.c 2014-04-10 23:49:50 +0000
+++ ./print-802_15_4.c 2014-04-15 13:22:13 +0000
@@ -143,7 +143,7 @@
p += 8;
break;
}
- ND_PRINT((ndo,"< ");
+ ND_PRINT((ndo,"<...

parse_elements() in print-802_11.c Gisle Vanem (Apr 14)
The use of function parse_elements() in print-802_11.c looks a bit fishy.
E.g. in handle_beacon():
ret = parse_elements(ndo, &pbody, p, offset, length);

PRINT_SSID(pbody);
PRINT_RATES(pbody);

Here parse_elements() has set 'pbody.ssid' to a local (on stack)
SSID in it's 'struct ssid_t ssid':

if (!pbody->ssid_present) {
pbody->ssid = ssid; <<
pbody->ssid_present++;
}

Then...

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Francois-Xavier Le Bail (Apr 13)
I don't see any problem with these branches. They will get their .travis.yml from master and Travis will work
accordingly.

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Michael Richardson (Apr 12)
Guy Harris <guy () alum mit edu> wrote:
>> are there update problems with the tcpdump & libpcap git repos ?
>>
>> Many new branches and bad Travis runs.

> Which new branches, and...

many branches with FOO_4.5, and some new ones with FOO_4_5.

> If the Travis errors that showed up a while ago in my mailbox are
> examples of the bad Travis runs, then the branches to which they refer...

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Guy Harris (Apr 12)
Michael? What are those branches for?

At this point, I don't expect any new commits into any branches other than master.

There will probably be libpcap_1_6 or libpcap_1.6, and tcpdump_4_6 or tcpdump_4.6, branches once the 1.6 and 4.6
releases are made, and there might be commits into those branches.

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Francois-Xavier Le Bail (Apr 12)
I forgot the case of branches which have to evolve, have the '.travis.yml' file and
must not be build by Travis : one of the two aformentioned keywords could be used.

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Francois-Xavier Le Bail (Apr 12)
1) Are the branches marked "merged into master" (tcpdump: bare and origin ; libpcap : bare and origin) still useful?
Otherwise, they could be deleted.

2) For all branches, first question is : will new commits be pushed into this branch ?
if no : no more Travis problems.

3) The other question is: is there a '.travis.yml' file in the branch ?
if no :
a) No correct builds.
b) We cannot use the 'except' keyword for...

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Francois-Xavier Le Bail (Apr 12)
They are here : https://gist.github.com/fxlb/10525029

Which new branches,

Just suprising to see e.g. 4 branches -> 21 branches in one shot...
Thanks for explaining, I see now.

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Guy Harris (Apr 12)
Yes, those branches are branches that exist in the bpf.tcpdump.org repositories; I guess pushing from there to GitHub
causes the GitHub repository to have them as well.

Most of them are not worthy of being run through Travis, at least as far as I'm concerned; can it be configured to
build only the trunk (master) for now? (I think the next releases will be 1.6/4.6, coming from the trunk; once those
are branched, the 1.6 and 4.6 branches...

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Francois-Xavier Le Bail (Apr 12)
 From: Francois-Xavier Le Bail <fx.lebail () yahoo com>

the images are here :
https://gist.github.com/fxlb/10525029

Re: Problem with GitHub repos ? Guy Harris (Apr 12)
Which new branches, and...

...which attachments? (I don't know whether tcpdump-workers always rejects attachments or only sometimes rejects them,
but people have had problems with them.)

If the Travis errors that showed up a while ago in my mailbox are examples of the bad Travis runs, then the branches to
which they refer appear to reflect branches in the bpf.tcpdump.org repository, at least for tcpdump. Those
repositories get pushed,...

Problem with GitHub repos ? Francois-Xavier Le Bail (Apr 12)
Hi,

are there update problems with the tcpdump & libpcap git repos ?

Many new branches and bad Travis runs.

See the attachments ...

Greetings,
Francois-Xavier

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