Tom Lane wrote:
> Paul Vixie <paul(at)vix(dot)com> writes:
> > i have two suggestions. first, look at the rest of the current source file,
> > in case there are other fixes.
> Right, I already grabbed the latest.
> > second, track changes this source file during
> > your release engineering process for each new pgsql version.
> Bruce, do you think this is worth adding to RELEASE_CHANGES?
> inet_net_ntop.c and inet_net_pton.c are both extracted from the BIND
> distribution. But they're hardly the only files we took from elsewhere.
Yes, I do. Most of the stuff we pull from other OS projects has
clearly-defined behavior, while inet/cidr seem to be still in flux a
Added to release checklist:
* Update inet/cidr data types with newest Bind patches
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