> Paul A Vixie <paul(at)vix(dot)com> writes:
> > if this is agreeable, i'll code it up and submit it here for testing
> > before i push it out in bind 8.1.3. i really do agree with the
> > functionality we've drifted toward in this type -- if folks want to
> > express the netmask of a host address without getting in trouble for
> > a nonzero host part that's lost during parsing and storage, then
> > they jolly well ought to be able to do that.
> I certainly agree. We should then be able to switch very easily and
> cleanly to the use of these new input and output functions, and add
> the various utility functions that D'Arcy has outlined. Should be
> quick work.
> We should leave the type name as INET, I think.
> Bruce/Marc: we're OK for 6.4 with this still, right? Even if it takes
> a couple more days to get everything to fall into place?
I think so. It does not affect people testing other things.
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