Deadwood beta on debian lenny

Sam Trenholme strenholme.usenet at
Mon Aug 2 14:17:14 EDT 2010

> Quote from deadwood doc
> "The netmask is optional, and, if not present, indicates that
>   only a single IP will match."
> recursive_acl = ","
> results in:
> localhost:/etc# askmara
> # Querying the server with the IP
> # Hard Error: Timeout

OK, for the record: I wasn't the one to break that.  I can blame
someone who will remain nameless, since that certain someone has made
valuable contributions to Deadwood without getting paid.  :)

However, I am the one to fix it (if people ever wonder why their patch
doesn't get accepted in to some random open-source project, it's often
times because the maintainer of said project does not want to deal
with any bugs the patch may cause).

Attached is a patch which fixes this issue.

In addition, I have uploaded the uploaded Deadwood:

- Sam

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--- deadwood-2.9.02/src/DwSocket.c      2010-07-29 10:39:10.000000000 -0700
+++ deadwood-2.9.03/src/DwSocket.c      2010-08-02 11:06:26.000000000 -0700
@@ -293,6 +293,8 @@

         q = strchr(c,'/');
         if(q == 0 || *q != '/') {
+               pop_ip_core(list,(ip_addr_T *)ip_mask,c);
+               make_netmask(ip_mask->len * 8,ip_mask->mask,ip_mask->len);
                 goto catch_pop_ip_mask;
         *q = 0; /* pop_ip_core can't take an IP ending with a slash */

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