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Announcing sqldjbdns version 0.50

From: Bruce Guenter <bruceg(at)em(dot)ca>
To: pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Announcing sqldjbdns version 0.50
Date: 2000-11-08 17:26:38
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Version 0.50 of sqldjbdns is now available at:

See the documentation there for more details,
or join the mailing list by sending an email to:

A web-browsable archive of the mailing list is available at:

Development versions of sqldjbdns are available via anonymous CVS.
Set your CVSROOT to ":pserver:cvs(at)bruce-guenter(dot)dyndns(dot)org:/CVS",
login with an empty password, and check out the "sqldjbdns" module.

SQL DNS server based on djbdns
Bruce Guenter <bruceg(at)em(dot)ca>
Version 0.50

Sqldjbdns is a new authoritative DNS server that pulls its data directly
from a set of SQL tables.  It supports fully dynamic A, MX, and PTR
records, and static NS and SOA records (run-time configurable).

This package is in a very preliminary state.  No configuration program
has been included, and the documentation is minimal.  At the moment,
only PostgreSQL is supported, but support for other SQL standard
databases and different table schemas would be fairly easy to add.
There is no configuration tool, and the RPM does not install in a
ready-to-run form.

To build the package, you need to unpack and build the djbdns-1.02
package inside the build directory of sqldjbdns by downloading the
djbdns-1.02.tar.gz package and running:
	gzip -dc djbdns-1.02.tar.gz | tar -xf -
	make -C djbdns-1.02
Then run "make" in the build directory of sqldjbdns.

This program is Copyright(C) 2000 Bruce Guenter, and may be copied
according to the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE (GPL) Version 2 or a later
version.  A copy of this license is included with this package.  This
package comes with no warranty of any kind.

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