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non port: news/inn-current/files/patch-configure

Number of commits found: 3

Friday, 14 Nov 2008
16:11 shaun search for other commits by this committer
- Upgrade inn to 2.4.5.
- Upgrade inn-current to the latest snapshot, fixing some issues with
  the port [1]; the port is still BROKEN, though.
- Fix IPv6 binding issue. [2]

PR:             ports/124566 [1]
Submitted by:   thierry [1]
Obtained from: [2]
Original commit
Tuesday, 31 Oct 2006
02:35 shaun search for other commits by this committer
Overhaul for the inn ports:

- Turn inn-stable and inn-current into slaves, as they are pretty much
  clones of news/inn.
- Update the above ports to recent snapshots.
- Allow inn's database and spool directories to be placed outside
  PREFIX (e.g. under /var).
- Add OPTIONS knobs.
Original commit
Thursday, 22 Jan 2004
12:28 clement search for other commits by this committer
- Add inn-current, 20040118 snapshot

InterNetNews is a complete Usenet system.  The cornerstone of the package
is innd, an NNTP server that multiplexes all I/O. Newsreading is handled
by a separate server, nnrpd, that is spawned for each client.  Both innd
and nnrpd have some slight variances from the NNTP protocol.
This ports is the developpement version, DON'T USE IT OR TRY TO USE IT
Original commit

Number of commits found: 3