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    • Andreas Gustafsson's avatar
      Removed the code added in revision 1.57: · 99eba32b
      Andreas Gustafsson authored
        "Store CNAMEs and their SIGs (if any) in their own name structure on
        the name list.  I.e. do not mix CNAMEs with non-CNAME data.  Do the
        same thing for DNAMEs."
      
      because it caused DNSSEC validation of responses to ANY queries at
      nodes with CNAME records to fail, and no one was able to figure out
      why it was added in the first place.  As a beneficial side effect,
      findname() now finds names even if they have attribute bits set
      differently from the one being searched for.  This supersedes
      the fix of revision 1.133.
      99eba32b
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    • David Lawrence's avatar
      Megacommit of many files. · 6d12fdf9
      David Lawrence authored
      Mostly, several functions that take pointers as arguments, almost
      always char * pointers, had those pointers qualified with "const".
      Those that returned pointers to previously const-qualified arguments
      had their return values qualified as const.  Some structure members
      were qualified as const to retain that attribute from the variables
      from which they were assigned.
      
      The macro DE_CONST is used to deal with a handful of very special
      places where something is qualified as const but really needs to have
      its const qualifier removed.
      
      rdata.c now defines macros for the prototypes of the basic rdata functions,
      and all of the lib/dns/rdata/**/*.c files now use them.
      
      Some minor integer-compatibility issues.  (IE, ~0x03 is a signed int,
      so assigning it to an unsigned int should use a cast.  The type of an
      enum member is int, so there are some conversion issues there, too.)
      
      A pointers-to-function should not be cast to a pointer-to-object.
      
      Variables should not be named for C reserved identifiers.
      
      One or two set-but-not-used variables removed.
      
      Minor other ISC style cleanups.
      6d12fdf9
    • Brian Wellington's avatar
      dns_message_gettsig/getsig0 cleanup · 7a97b763
      Brian Wellington authored
      7a97b763
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