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    • Michael Graff's avatar
      Merge the mlg-20000518 branch onto the mainline. Change summary: · 46993e1d
      Michael Graff authored
      	dns_dispatch_create() no longer exists.  dns_dispatch_createtcp()
      	and dns_dispatch_getudp() are the replacements.  _createtcp() takes
      	a bound, connected TCP socket, while _getudp() will search for
      	a sharable UDP socket, and if found, attach to it and return a
      	pointer to it.  If one is not found, it will create a udp socket,
      	bind it to a supplied local address, and create a new dispatcher
      	around it.
      
      	dns_dispatch_remove{request,response}() no longer take the dispatch
      	as an argument.
      
      	query-source can now be set per view.
      
      	The dispatch manager holds onto three memory pools, one for
      	allocating dispatchers from, one for events, and one for
      	requests/replies.  The free list on these pools is hard-coded,
      	but set to 1024.  This keeps us from having to dig into the
      	isc_mem_t the pools draw from as often.
      
      	dns_resolver_create() and dns_view_createresolver() require that
      	valid dispatchers be passed in; dispatchers are no longer created
      	for the caller.
      46993e1d
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    • David Lawrence's avatar
      Megacommit of dozens of files. · 1a69a1a7
      David Lawrence authored
      Cleanup of redundant/useless header file inclusion.
      
      ISC style lint, primarily for function declarations and standalone
      comments -- ie, those that appear on a line without any code, which
      should be written as follows:
         /*
          * This is a comment.
          */
      1a69a1a7
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