test report on ver 1.1.5-4
Sat Nov 4 11:18:00 GMT 2000
On Sat, 4 Nov 2000, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> stefan wrote:
> > * the ifconf interface is still a bit buggy:
> > LAPTOP ~/serveez-0.0.19/src> ./serveez.exe -i
> > --- list of local interfaces you can start ip services on ---
> > lo0: 127.0.0.1
> > ppp0: 192.168.2.7
> > eth0: 0.0.0.0
> > The latter two ip addresses or interfaces must be swapped.
> I'm surprised. I checked that on two different 9X systems.
> Could you try to figure out why this happens on your system?
What do i need to do then ? Do i have to check the sources or would a
registry tree be enough to catch the bug ?
> > * The FD_ZERO() macro produces the following statement:
> > warning: comparison between signed and unsigned
> I tried that with an old and the current definition and
> I compiled with -Wall. I couldn't reproduce that warning.
The code was compiled via -ansi and -pedantic...
> > * I could provide my native Win32 port for the following
> > functions which are not yet part of cygwin:
> > - strptime
> > - stpcpy
> > - inet_aton
> > If you are interested in it, please tell me...
> Interested? Of course. Unfortunately, if you are interested in
> contributing code to Cygwin of significant size you will have to
> sign over the copyright of your code changes to RedHat. Please
> read the following text:
> I hope this will not discourage you. I have signed the assignment
> form two years ago as a net contributor as well and I'm today still
> alive and well ;-)
I do not have the "copyright" because the original code is from FSF's
glibc and i just modified it to "fit". I read the contribution: Now I know
the difference between OpenSource and Copyleft. I actually do not own the
code i wrote but modified free code. I can "sign over" the "copyleft" to
FSF. Is that what you want ? If so, I'd like to do so and send you what i
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