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authorGravatar Eric Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>2004-04-13 19:38:17 +0000
committerGravatar Eric Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>2004-04-13 19:38:17 +0000
commit4c8b0dd97385b820e28bb8cb2d08ef3bd194a16a (patch)
tree10da2c154272c9e31f5d18ace0c915d705465352
parent3561b017ce5e2b9abeff268c4891440e83c2dd73 (diff)
downloadbusybox-1_00_pre10.tar.gz
busybox-1_00_pre10.tar.bz2
bump version, prepare for -pre101_00_pre10
-rw-r--r--Changelog1753
-rw-r--r--Rules.mak2
-rw-r--r--docs/busybox.net/news.html108
-rw-r--r--docs/busybox.net/oldnews.html88
4 files changed, 293 insertions, 1658 deletions
diff --git a/Changelog b/Changelog
index df0e8d3ab..ad15c25f9 100644
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+++ b/Changelog
@@ -1,1789 +1,406 @@
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-PatchSet 3976
-Date: 2004/03/09 21:27:32
+PatchSet 4054
+Date: 2004/04/07 15:19:26
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-David Anders (prpplague) submitted this patch to allow login to work
-when the device nodes are symlinks on a read only file system.
+Update changelog for release
Members:
- loginutils/login.c:1.13->1.14
+ Changelog:1.290->1.291
---------------------
-PatchSet 3977
-Date: 2004/03/09 21:32:57
+PatchSet 4055
+Date: 2004/04/07 15:19:41
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Note that /proc must be mounted for filesystem type autodetection
-to work. Without /proc mounted, one must explicitly specify the
-type of every filesystem being mounted.
-
-Members:
- include/usage.h:1.192->1.193
-
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-PatchSet 3978
-Date: 2004/03/10 07:42:37
-Author: mjn3
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-In spite of the feature freeze, check in a complete rework of route which
-fixes some bugs, adds some error checking, and removes _lots_ of bloat.
-Text size on i386...
- old new
- ipv6 5425 3523
- no ipv6 3143 2193
-
-Members:
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- include/usage.h:1.193->1.194
- libbb/inet_common.c:1.7->1.8
- networking/route.c:1.23->1.24
-
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-PatchSet 3979
-Date: 2004/03/10 09:10:53
-Author: bug1
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Patch by Seth W. Klein, the -l switch was reversed
-
-Members:
- coreutils/du.c:1.58->1.59
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 3980
-Date: 2004/03/10 09:58:51
-Author: bug1
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-When displaying the size in 1kB blocks round up if an odd number of
-blocks
-
-Members:
- coreutils/du.c:1.59->1.60
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 3981
-Date: 2004/03/10 10:47:37
-Author: bug1
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Patch from Thomas Frohlich to fix an option ordering bug of mine.
-
-Members:
- util-linux/hwclock.c:1.8->1.9
-
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-PatchSet 3982
-Date: 2004/03/11 13:34:24
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Paul Mundt, lethal at linux-sh dot org writes:
-
-Here's a follow-up replacement to the patch I sent earlier, this adjusts some
-of the semantics of the dynamic variable setting. Namely, dynamic vars can hook
-a set handler (which RANDOM uses to adjust the seed). They'll only lose their
-dynamic status if they're unset.
-
-I've used the same approach that bash does to come up with the random number,
-mostly just for consistency.
-
-For example:
-
-$ echo $RANDOM
-13759
-$ echo $RANDOM
-20057
-$ echo $RANDOM
-1502
-$ export RANDOM=42
-$ echo $RANDOM
-24179
-$ echo $RANDOM
-2046
-$ unset RANDOM
-$ echo $RANDOM
-
-$ export RANDOM=42
-$ echo $RANDOM
-42
-$
-
-Members:
- shell/ash.c:1.90->1.91
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 3983
-Date: 2004/03/12 22:07:10
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Fix awk entry, which was not showing up in BusyBox.txt for some reason
-
-Members:
- include/usage.h:1.194->1.195
-
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-PatchSet 3984
-Date: 2004/03/12 22:08:13
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
+Tag: busybox_1_00_pre9
Log:
-Add prototypes for safe_strtol and friends
+Update for release
Members:
- include/libbb.h:1.127->1.128
+ docs/busybox.net/news.html:1.12->1.13
---------------------
-PatchSet 3985
-Date: 2004/03/12 22:08:42
+PatchSet 4056
+Date: 2004/04/07 16:07:55
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Fix some goofy formatting
+Document insmod -o
Members:
- shell/lash.c:1.155->1.156
+ include/usage.h:1.201->1.202
---------------------
-PatchSet 3986
-Date: 2004/03/12 22:10:40
+PatchSet 4057
+Date: 2004/04/07 17:59:59
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Hideki IWAMOTO writes:
-
-Current `tr' implementation has a problem, if `plain char' is signed.
-
-[current cvs version]
-
->echo a | _install/usr/bin/tr '\0' '\377'
-Segmentation fault (core dumped)
-
-[patched version]
-
->echo a | _install/usr/bin/tr '\0' '\377'
-a
-
-Members:
- coreutils/tr.c:1.36->1.37
-
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-PatchSet 3987
-Date: 2004/03/13 08:32:14
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Fix some doc generation problems
-
-Members:
- docs/autodocifier.pl:1.24->1.25
- docs/busybox_footer.pod:1.12->1.13
-
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-PatchSet 3988
-Date: 2004/03/13 08:33:10
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Update docs for start_stop_daemon to match reality. Update
-the reality a bit to better match debian behavior.
-
-Members:
- debianutils/start_stop_daemon.c:1.12->1.13
- include/applets.h:1.111->1.112
- include/usage.h:1.195->1.196
-
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-PatchSet 3989
-Date: 2004/03/13 18:17:37
-Author: mjn3
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-I redid route.
+Add the Tritton Technologies NAS120
Members:
- AUTHORS:1.40->1.41
+ docs/busybox.net/shame.html:1.13->1.14
---------------------
-PatchSet 3990
-Date: 2004/03/15 08:28:13
+PatchSet 4058
+Date: 2004/04/07 18:59:04
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Remove trailing whitespace. Update copyright to include 2004.
+Vladimir N. Oleynik writes:
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- networking/udhcp/README.udhcpd:1.1->1.2
- networking/udhcp/arpping.c:1.6->1.7
- networking/udhcp/arpping.h:1.3->1.4
- networking/udhcp/clientpacket.c:1.6->1.7
- networking/udhcp/common.c:1.5->1.6
- networking/udhcp/common.h:1.2->1.3
- networking/udhcp/dhcpc.c:1.16->1.17
- networking/udhcp/dhcpd.c:1.5->1.6
- networking/udhcp/dhcpd.h:1.5->1.6
- networking/udhcp/dumpleases.c:1.8->1.9
- networking/udhcp/files.c:1.13->1.14
- networking/udhcp/frontend.c:1.1->1.2
- networking/udhcp/leases.c:1.5->1.6
- networking/udhcp/options.c:1.7->1.8
- networking/udhcp/packet.c:1.4->1.5
- networking/udhcp/packet.h:1.2->1.3
- networking/udhcp/script.c:1.12->1.13
- networking/udhcp/serverpacket.c:1.4->1.5
- networking/udhcp/socket.c:1.7->1.8
- patches/eject.diff:1.1->1.2
- patches/tftp_timeout_multicast.diff:1.1->1.2
- patches/udhcp_additional_items.diff:1.1->1.2
- patches/udhcp_config_paths.diff:1.1->1.2
- patches/udhcpd_foreground.diff:1.1->1.2
- procps/Makefile:1.3->1.4
- procps/Makefile.in:1.5->1.6
- procps/free.c:1.21->1.22
- procps/kill.c:1.51->1.52
- procps/pidof.c:1.9->1.10
- procps/ps.c:1.51->1.52
- procps/renice.c:1.8->1.9
- procps/sysctl.c:1.2->1.3
- procps/top.c:1.10->1.11
- procps/uptime.c:1.17->1.18
- scripts/mkdep.c:1.2->1.3
- scripts/split-include.c:1.1->1.2
- scripts/config/Kconfig-language.txt:1.1->1.2
- scripts/config/Makefile:1.3->1.4
- scripts/config/checklist.c:1.1->1.2
- scripts/config/dialog.h:1.1->1.2
- scripts/config/lex.zconf.c_shipped:1.2->1.3
- scripts/config/mconf.c:1.3->1.4
- scripts/config/menu.c:1.2->1.3
- scripts/config/menubox.c:1.3->1.4
- scripts/config/util.c:1.1->1.2
- scripts/config/zconf.tab.c_shipped:1.3->1.4
- shell/Config.in:1.12->1.13
- shell/Makefile:1.3->1.4
- shell/Makefile.in:1.2->1.3
- shell/ash.c:1.91->1.92
- shell/hush.c:1.63->1.64
- shell/lash.c:1.156->1.157
- shell/msh.c:1.15->1.16
- sysdeps/linux/Config.in:1.13->1.14
- sysklogd/Config.in:1.6->1.7
- sysklogd/Makefile:1.4->1.5
- sysklogd/Makefile.in:1.2->1.3
- sysklogd/klogd.c:1.19->1.20
- sysklogd/logger.c:1.38->1.39
- sysklogd/logread.c:1.14->1.15
- sysklogd/syslogd.c:1.107->1.108
- util-linux/Config.in:1.10->1.11
- util-linux/Makefile:1.5->1.6
- util-linux/Makefile.in:1.5->1.6
- util-linux/dmesg.c:1.31->1.32
- util-linux/fbset.c:1.33->1.34
- util-linux/fdisk.c:1.17->1.18
- util-linux/freeramdisk.c:1.24->1.25
- util-linux/fsck_minix.c:1.38->1.39
- util-linux/hwclock.c:1.9->1.10
- util-linux/mkfs_minix.c:1.40->1.41
- util-linux/more.c:1.59->1.60
- util-linux/mount.c:1.115->1.116
- util-linux/nfsmount.c:1.26->1.27
- util-linux/pivot_root.c:1.7->1.8
- util-linux/swaponoff.c:1.35->1.36
- util-linux/umount.c:1.63->1.64
-
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-PatchSet 3991
-Date: 2004/03/15 08:46:37
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Oops. Using the wrong variable was a rather stupid
-thing for me to do.
-
-Members:
- networking/ftpgetput.c:1.16->1.17
-
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-PatchSet 3992
-Date: 2004/03/16 05:14:10
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Patch from vodz to fix the dynamic vars patch, which I should not
-have checked in. Vladimir writes:
-
-Your patch have many problem.
-1. You always added + time(). This cannot reset RANDOM=value for debuging
-with
-replay sequential.
-2. Hmm. I examine bash 2.04 source. This pseudorandom generator use low bits
-of
-counter value. You use high bits. This make bad pseudorandom values after
-have
-0-value. For example, if + time() do remove, your generator always return 0
-after
-first generate 0.
-3. Memory leak per call. Use ash-unlike unecessary bb_strdup function.
-4. Unsupport show last $RANDOM value for "set" and "export" command.
-5. Bloat code. Busybox-unlike patch - added unstandart feature as default
-hardcode.
+Hi.
-Last patch attached.
+Last changes (rev 1.12) to recursive_actions() by Christian Grigis
+have problem.
+Test for demonstrate:
-Erik, why you apply Paul patch with have 5-th point problem? :(
+$ mkdir aaa bbb ccc
+$ su
+# chown root bbb
+# chmod 700 bbb
+# exit
+$ busybox chmod 777 -R .
+./bbb: Permision denied
-Last patch have ash change xwrite() to fresh libbb/bb_full_write interfase
-(haved loop after EINTR).
+But "./ccc" mode not changed. Previous variant works fine,
+errors skiped and continued recursion.
--w
vodz
Members:
- shell/Config.in:1.13->1.14
- shell/ash.c:1.92->1.93
-
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-PatchSet 3993
-Date: 2004/03/19 10:53:52
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Fix broken arg parsing (was not passing pointer to items so p, argc, and argv
-were only modified locally). Fix error reporting to properly describe why
-ioctls fail.
-
-Members:
- miscutils/hdparm.c:1.11->1.12
+ libbb/recursive_action.c:1.12->1.13
---------------------
-PatchSet 3994
-Date: 2004/03/19 12:16:18
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Only use R_68K_GOTOFF if it is defined
-
-Members:
- modutils/insmod.c:1.113->1.114
-
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-PatchSet 3995
-Date: 2004/03/19 12:17:04
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Add missing ELFCLASSM for m68k
-
-Members:
- modutils/insmod.c:1.114->1.115
-
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-PatchSet 3996
-Date: 2004/03/19 21:00:03
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-As noted in a patch from Kendrick Hamilton, rmmod was only
-half way converted, and still used the old delete_module(),
-call rather than a syscall, in one spot.
-
-Members:
- modutils/rmmod.c:1.27->1.28
-
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-PatchSet 3997
-Date: 2004/03/19 23:27:08
-Author: mjn3
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Oops.. got a bit to aggressive with size optimization and global replace. :-(
-
-Members:
- networking/route.c:1.25->1.26
-
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-PatchSet 3998
-Date: 2004/03/20 00:56:46
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Tito noticed a printf that should have been a bb_error_msg.
-
-Members:
- miscutils/hdparm.c:1.12->1.13
-
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-PatchSet 3999
-Date: 2004/03/21 18:01:46
-Author: sandman
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-The utc variable was not modified according to the -u/-l command line
-parameters.
-
-Members:
- util-linux/hwclock.c:1.10->1.11
-
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-PatchSet 4000
-Date: 2004/03/22 21:27:39
-Author: sandman
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Some corrections from vodz:
-- Make -u/-l mutually exclusive
-- Minor size reduction
-
-Members:
- util-linux/hwclock.c:1.11->1.12
-
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-PatchSet 4001
-Date: 2004/03/23 23:15:36
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Brian Pomerantz writes:
-
-I've noticed a bug in the "autowidth" feature more, and is probably in
-others. The call to the function get_terminal_width_height() passes
-in a file descriptor but that file descriptor is never used, instead
-the ioctl() is called with 0. In more_main() the call to
-get_terminal_width_height() passes 0 as the file descriptor instead of
-fileno(cin). This isn't a problem when you more a file (e.g. "more
-/etc/passwd") but when you pipe a file to it (e.g. "cat /etc/passwd |
-more") the size of the terminal cannot be determined because file
-descriptor 0 is not a terminal. The fix is simple, I've attached a
-patch for more.c and get_terminal_width_height.c.
-
-
-BAPper
-
-Members:
- coreutils/ls.c:1.107->1.108
- libbb/get_terminal_width_height.c:1.2->1.3
- util-linux/more.c:1.60->1.61
-
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-PatchSet 4002
-Date: 2004/03/27 09:40:15
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Update docs
-
-Members:
- README:1.31->1.32
- TODO:1.87->1.88(DEAD)
- docs/busybox_footer.pod:1.13->1.14
- docs/busybox_header.pod:1.13->1.14
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4003
-Date: 2004/03/27 09:49:57
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Vladimir N. Oleynik (vodz) writes:
-
-Ok. Last patch reduce 73 bytes for compensate (and over) your changes ;-)
-
-Comments:
-Added cin_fileno variable, auto setted to 0 from BSS and have "eq" stdin
-descriptor if isatty(stout)==0, removed global variable FILE* cin.
-Removed default setting to terminal_width/terminal_height, this used
-only from main() and setted after call get_terminal_width_height()
-always correct.
-Variable please_display_more_prompt changed to bits logic, have size
-reducing.
---w
-vodz
-
-Members:
- util-linux/more.c:1.61->1.62
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4004
-Date: 2004/03/27 10:02:41
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-s/fileno\(stdin\)/STDIN_FILENO/g
-s/fileno\(stdout\)/STDOUT_FILENO/g
-
-Members:
- archival/bunzip2.c:1.17->1.18
- archival/cpio.c:1.15->1.16
- archival/gunzip.c:1.79->1.80
- archival/rpm2cpio.c:1.12->1.13
- archival/tar.c:1.188->1.189
- archival/uncompress.c:1.3->1.4
- archival/unzip.c:1.6->1.7
- archival/libunarchive/data_extract_to_stdout.c:1.4->1.5
- coreutils/ls.c:1.108->1.109
- coreutils/md5_sha1_sum.c:1.6->1.7
- libbb/dump.c:1.9->1.10
- libbb/print_file.c:1.9->1.10
- networking/ftpgetput.c:1.17->1.18
- networking/nc.c:1.23->1.24
- networking/tftp.c:1.26->1.27
- networking/wget.c:1.71->1.72
- patches/tftp_timeout_multicast.diff:1.2->1.3
- shell/cmdedit.c:1.89->1.90
- shell/hush.c:1.64->1.65
- shell/lash.c:1.157->1.158
- util-linux/more.c:1.62->1.63
-
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-PatchSet 4005
-Date: 2004/03/27 10:08:53
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-passwd and sulogin also need libcrypt, via libbb/pw_encrypt()
-
-Members:
- loginutils/Makefile.in:1.7->1.8
-
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-PatchSet 4006
-Date: 2004/03/27 11:26:32
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Add missing include files
-
-Members:
- archival/libunarchive/data_extract_to_stdout.c:1.5->1.6
- libbb/dump.c:1.10->1.11
- libbb/print_file.c:1.10->1.11
-
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-PatchSet 4007
-Date: 2004/03/27 11:35:46
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Yet more doc cleanups
-
-Members:
- docs/busybox_header.pod:1.14->1.15
- include/usage.h:1.196->1.197
-
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-PatchSet 4008
-Date: 2004/03/29 08:20:08
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-As noted by Martin Schwenke, the example for find was wrong
-
-Members:
- include/usage.h:1.197->1.198
-
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-PatchSet 4009
-Date: 2004/03/30 09:08:58
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-The fdisk llseek junk was redundant, since both uClibc and glibc
-automatically promote lseek and friends to their 64 bit counterparts
-when CONFIG_LFS is enabled, since it enables __USE_FILE_OFFSET64
-
-Members:
- util-linux/Config.in:1.11->1.12
- util-linux/fdisk.c:1.18->1.19
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4010
-Date: 2004/03/30 09:13:05
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Go ahead and kill off the FDISK_SUPPORT_LARGE_DISKS option,
-as it is redundant....
-
-Members:
- util-linux/Config.in:1.12->1.13
-
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-PatchSet 4011
-Date: 2004/03/30 09:21:54
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-As waldi noticed, checks for the size of an off_t and casting
-etc was also redundant and possibly buggy...
-
-Members:
- util-linux/fdisk.c:1.19->1.20
-
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-PatchSet 4012
-Date: 2004/03/30 09:33:18
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Sigh. what a mess.
-
-Members:
- util-linux/fdisk.c:1.20->1.21
-
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-PatchSet 4013
-Date: 2004/03/31 11:12:51
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Patch from Thomas Winkler -- vi -R did not work
-
-Members:
- editors/vi.c:1.34->1.35
-
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-PatchSet 4014
-Date: 2004/03/31 11:21:24
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Patch from Thomas Winkler showing the the system time for each process
-when running 'top'
-
-Members:
- patches/top_system_cpu.diff:INITIAL->1.1
-
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-PatchSet 4015
-Date: 2004/03/31 11:30:08
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Patch from Thomas Winkler:
-
-ifconfig did not look up hostnames, so
- ifconfig lo localhost
-would not work, you have to do
- ifconfig lo 127.0.0.1
-
-Members:
- networking/ifconfig.c:1.29->1.30
-
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-PatchSet 4016
-Date: 2004/03/31 11:42:40
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Junio Hamano, junio at twinsun dot com writes:
-
-The sed command in busybox 1.0.0-pre8 loses leading whitespace
-in 'a' command ('i' and 'c' commands are also affected). A
-patch to fix this is attached at the end of this message.
-
-The following is a transcript that reproduces the problem. The
-first run uses busybox 1.0.0-pre3 as "/bin/sed" command, which
-gets the expected result. Later in the test, /bin/sed symlink
-is changed to point at busybox 1.0.0-pre8 and the test script is
-run again, which shows the failure.
-
-=== reproduction recipe ===
-* Part 1. Use busybox 1.0.0-pre3 as sed; this works.
-
-root# cd /tmp
-root# cat 1.sh
-#!/bin/sh
-
-cd /tmp
-rm -f ipsec.conf ipsec.conf+
-cat >ipsec.conf <<\EOF
-version 2.0
-
-config setup
- klipsdebug=none
- plutodebug=none
- plutostderrlog=/dev/null
-
-conn %default
- keyingtries=1
- ...
-EOF
-sed -e '/^config setup/a\
- nat_traversal=yes' ipsec.conf >ipsec.conf+
-mv -f ipsec.conf+ ipsec.conf
-root# sh -x 1.sh
-+ cd /tmp
-+ rm -f ipsec.conf ipsec.conf+
-+ cat
-+ sed -e /^config setup/a\
- nat_traversal=yes ipsec.conf
-+ mv -f ipsec.conf+ ipsec.conf
-root# cat ipsec.conf
-version 2.0
-
-config setup
- nat_traversal=yes
- klipsdebug=none
- plutodebug=none
- plutostderrlog=/dev/null
-
-conn %default
- keyingtries=1
- ...
-root# sed --version
-sed: invalid option -- -
-BusyBox v1.00-pre3 (2004.02.26-18:47+0000) multi-call binary
-
-Usage: sed [-nef] pattern [files...]
-
-* Part 2. Continuing from the above, use busybox 1.0.0-pre8
- as sed; this fails.
-
-root# ln -s busybox-pre8 /bin/sed-8
-root# mv /bin/sed-8 /bin/sed
-root# sed --version
-This is not GNU sed version 4.0
-root# sed --
-BusyBox v1.00-pre8 (2004.03.30-02:44+0000) multi-call binary
-
-Usage: sed [-nef] pattern [files...]
-root# sh -x 1.sh
-+ cd /tmp
-+ rm -f ipsec.conf ipsec.conf+
-+ cat
-+ sed -e /^config setup/a\
- nat_traversal=yes ipsec.conf
-+ mv -f ipsec.conf+ ipsec.conf
-root# cat ipsec.conf
-version 2.0
-
-config setup
-nat_traversal=yes
- klipsdebug=none
- plutodebug=none
- plutostderrlog=/dev/null
-
-conn %default
- keyingtries=1
- ...
-root#
-=== reproduction recipe ends here ===
-
-This problem was introduced in 1.0.0-pre4. The problem is that
-the command argument parsing code strips leading whitespaces too
-aggressively. When running the above example, the piece of code
-in question gets "\n\tnat_traversal=yes" as its argument in
-cmdstr variable (shown part in the following patch). What it
-needs to do at this point is to strip the first newline and
-nothing else, but it instead strips all the leading whitespaces
-at the beginning of the string, thus losing the tab character.
-The following patch fixes this.
-
-Members:
- editors/sed.c:1.161->1.162
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4017
-Date: 2004/03/31 11:53:37
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Patch from Hideki IWAMOTO adding support for 'cmp -n'
-
-Members:
- patches/cmp_n.diff:INITIAL->1.1
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4018
-Date: 2004/04/01 09:23:30
-Author: landley
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-The last patch broke:
-sed -i "/^boo/a fred" ipsec.conf
-
-Which works in gnu sed. (And is _supposed_ to strip all the whitespace before
-"fred".)
-
-It also broke:
-sed -i -e "/^boo/a \\" -e " fred" ipsec.conf
-
-I.E. there can legally be spaces between the a and the backslash at the end of
-the line.
-
-And strangely enough, gnu sed accepts the following syntax as well:
-sed -i "/^boo/a \\ fred" ipsec.conf
-
-Which is a way of having the significant whitespace at the start of the line,
-all on one line. (But notice that the whitespace BEFORE the slash is still
-stripped, as is the slash itself. And notice that the naieve placement of
-"\n" there doesn't work, it puts an n at the start of the appended line. The
-double slashing is for shell escapes because you could escape the quote, you
-see. It's turned into a single backslash. But \n there is _not_ turned into
-a newline by the shell. So there.)
-
-This makes all three syntaxes work in my tests. I should probably start
-writing better documentation at some point. I posted my current sedtests.py
-file to the list, which needs a lot more tests added as well...
-
-Members:
- editors/sed.c:1.162->1.163
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4019
-Date: 2004/04/03 12:36:03
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Everything should be made as simple as possible. But no simpler.
-
-Members:
- util-linux/fdformat.c:1.3->1.4
-
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-PatchSet 4020
-Date: 2004/04/05 14:03:34
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-rename uncompress.c to decompress_uncompress.c
-rename unzip.c to decompress_unzip.c
-
-Members:
- archival/libunarchive/Makefile.in:1.22->1.23
- archival/libunarchive/uncompress.c:1.10->1.11(DEAD)
- archival/libunarchive/unzip.c:1.33->1.34(DEAD)
-
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-PatchSet 4021
-Date: 2004/04/05 14:08:08
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Tito, farmatito at tiscali dot it writes:
-
-Hi to all,
-I discovered a little bug in hdparm.c
-(really two little bugs...I've made...sigh! Mea culpa).
-Some vars were modified only locally and this could lead to wrong
-results to be displayed with the -I switch and maybe with others.
-Attached is a patch that fix it ( +88b).
-
-Also attached is second patch that reduces the size a little bit:
- text data bss dec hex filename
- 27984 624 900 29508 7344 hdparm.o (without bug-fix)
- 28072 624 900 29596 739c hdparm.o (with bug-fix)
- 28141 624 900 29665 73e1 hdparm.o (original)
-but maybe this one can wait as we are in a feature freeze.
-
-Ciao,
-Tito
-
-Members:
- miscutils/hdparm.c:1.13->1.14
-
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-PatchSet 4022
-Date: 2004/04/05 14:24:07
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Per suggestion by Pawel Sakowski, fix the dash_arith() prototype
-to return a long. We were needlessly truncating to an int.
-
-Members:
- shell/ash.c:1.93->1.94
-
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-PatchSet 4023
-Date: 2004/04/05 15:30:15
-Author: andersen
+PatchSet 4059
+Date: 2004/04/08 11:27:11
+Author: bug1
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Patch adding support for ibs= and obs= to dd
+Fix ftp resume
+Terminate returned message at <CRLF> so strtoul returns without error
Members:
- patches/dd_ibs_and_obs.diff:INITIAL->1.1
+ networking/wget.c:1.72->1.73
---------------------
-PatchSet 4024
-Date: 2004/04/05 19:46:24
-Author: andersen
+PatchSet 4060
+Date: 2004/04/09 07:59:05
+Author: bug1
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Some test additions
+Add a comment explaining why we have to check for an extra \n
Members:
- testsuite/cp/cp-a-files-to-dir:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/cp/cp-a-preserves-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/cp/cp-d-files-to-dir:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/cp/cp-files-to-dir:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/cp/cp-preserves-links:1.1->1.2
+ archival/libunarchive/get_header_ar.c:1.9->1.10
---------------------
-PatchSet 4025
-Date: 2004/04/06 01:41:39
-Author: andersen
+PatchSet 4061
+Date: 2004/04/12 03:22:39
+Author: bug1
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Fix the test suite script so it actually works and actually flags
-all errors as such. Make verbose mode exit on FAIL and provide a
-printout of the failed test run.
+Fix up conditional compile of files needed by ip applets
Members:
- testsuite/runtest:1.6->1.7
+ networking/libiproute/Makefile.in:1.5->1.6
---------------------
-PatchSet 4026
-Date: 2004/04/06 10:38:18
-Author: andersen
+PatchSet 4062
+Date: 2004/04/12 03:35:44
+Author: bug1
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Fix non standard 'date -R' formatting
+Fix compile error if CONFIG_FEATURE_IP_ADDR isnt enabled
Members:
- coreutils/date.c:1.45->1.46
+ networking/ip.c:1.3->1.4
---------------------
-PatchSet 4027
-Date: 2004/04/06 12:09:47
+PatchSet 4063
+Date: 2004/04/12 16:02:53
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Kill off the old 'tests' stuff. Write a ton of new tests for the
-'testsuite' dir. Fix a bunch of broken tests. Fix the testsuite
-'runtest' script so it actually reports all failures and provides
-meaningful feedback.
- -Erik
+make mount ignore -n when CONFIG_FEATURE_MTAB_SUPPORT is disabled
Members:
- testsuite/runtest:1.7->1.8
- testsuite/basename/basename-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/cmp/cmp-detects-difference:1.2->1.3
- testsuite/cp/cp-a-files-to-dir:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/cp/cp-a-preserves-links:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/cp/cp-d-files-to-dir:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/cp/cp-does-not-copy-unreadable-file:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/cp/cp-preserves-links:1.2->1.3
- testsuite/date/date-R-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/date/date-format-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/date/date-u-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/date/date-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/dirname/dirname-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/du/du-h-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/du/du-k-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/du/du-l-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/du/du-m-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/du/du-s-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/du/du-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/echo/echo-prints-argument:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/expr/expr-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/grep/grep-matches-NUL:1.2->1.3
- testsuite/head/head-n-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/head/head-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/hostid/hostid-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/hostname/hostname-d-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/hostname/hostname-i-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/hostname/hostname-s-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/hostname/hostname-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/id/id-g-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/id/id-u-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/id/id-un-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/id/id-ur-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ln/ln-creates-hard-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ln/ln-creates-soft-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ln/ln-force-creates-hard-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ln/ln-force-creates-soft-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ln/ln-preserves-hard-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ln/ln-preserves-soft-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ls/ls-1-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ls/ls-h-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ls/ls-l-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/ls/ls-s-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-files-to-dir:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-follows-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-moves-empty-file:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-moves-hardlinks:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-moves-large-file:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-moves-small-file:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-moves-symlinks:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-moves-unreadable-files:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-preserves-hard-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-preserves-links:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-refuses-mv-dir-to-subdir:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/mv/mv-removes-source-file:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/pwd/pwd-prints-working-directory:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/sed/sed-append-next-line:1.2->1.3
- testsuite/sort/sort-n-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/sort/sort-r-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/sort/sort-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/strings/strings-works-like-GNU:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/tail/tail-n-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/tail/tail-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/tar/tar-extracts-multiple-files:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/tr/tr-d-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/tr/tr-non-gnu:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/tr/tr-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/uptime/uptime-works:INITIAL->1.1
- testsuite/uuencode/uuencode-sets-standard-input-mode-correctly:1.1->1.2
- testsuite/which/which-uses-default-path:1.2->1.3
- testsuite/xargs/xargs-works:INITIAL->1.1
+ util-linux/mount.c:1.116->1.117
---------------------
-PatchSet 4028
-Date: 2004/04/06 12:10:50
+PatchSet 4064
+Date: 2004/04/12 16:03:51
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Simplify, make formatting better match the procps version
+Fix spelling. "sort of" is two words.
Members:
- procps/uptime.c:1.18->1.19
+ README:1.33->1.34
+ shell/cmdedit.c:1.90->1.91
---------------------
-PatchSet 4029
-Date: 2004/04/06 12:34:02
+PatchSet 4065
+Date: 2004/04/12 16:05:10
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Minor tar test update
+"Mac OS X" is how it is written on the Apple website
Members:
- testsuite/tar/tar-extracts-multiple-files:1.2->1.3
+ README:1.34->1.35
---------------------
-PatchSet 4030
-Date: 2004/04/06 12:46:56
+PatchSet 4066
+Date: 2004/04/12 16:12:06
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Make 'allyesconfig' be a bit less stupid
+Patch from Rob Landley to fix sed documentation.
+The -i option was not documented, and in genereal
+the formatting was a bit ugly.
Members:
- Makefile:1.290->1.291
+ include/usage.h:1.202->1.203
---------------------
-PatchSet 4031
-Date: 2004/04/06 12:51:45
+PatchSet 4067
+Date: 2004/04/12 16:23:19
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Yet more 'make allyesconfig' adjustments
+Add an extra link
Members:
- Makefile:1.291->1.292
+ docs/busybox.net/shame.html:1.14->1.15
---------------------
-PatchSet 4032
-Date: 2004/04/06 12:56:25
+PatchSet 4068
+Date: 2004/04/12 18:59:23
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Christian Grigis, christian.grigis at smartdata dot ch writes:
-
-Hello everyone,
-
-Busybox's insmod fails to locate a module when that module is the only one
-existing in the /lib/modules directory (with a unique name).
-
-Example:
+Jamie Guinan writes:
-# find /lib/modules/ -type f
-/lib/modules/kernel/drivers/char/bios.o
-# insmod bios
-insmod: bios.o: no module by that name found
-# touch /lib/modules/dummy
-# find /lib/modules/ -type f
-/lib/modules/kernel/drivers/char/bios.o
-/lib/modules/dummy
-# insmod bios
-Using /lib/modules/kernel/drivers/char/bios.o
+It looks like latest uClibc defines ARCH_HAS_MMU, but a few busybox files
+test UCLIBC_HAS_MMU, resulting in vfork() getting called instead of
+fork(), etc.
-As long as there is another file in the /lib/modules directory, insmod
-finds it OK.
+Patch below. Only tested for lash.
-I tracked the problem down to 'check_module_name_match()' in insmod.c:
-
-It returns TRUE when a match is found, and FALSE otherwise. In the case
-where there is only one module in the /lib/modules directory (or more that
-one module, but all with the same name), 'recursive_action()' will return
-TRUE and we end up on line 4196 in 'insmod.c' which returns an error.
-[The reason it works with more than one module with different
-names is that in this case there will always be one not matching,
-'recursive_action()' will return FALSE and we end up in line 4189.]
-
-Now, from the implementation of 'recursive_action()' and from other
-usages of it (tar.c, etc.), it seems to me that FALSE should be returned
-to indicate that we want to stop the recursion, so TRUE and FALSE should
-be inverted in 'check_module_name_match()'.
-
-At the same time, 'recursive_action()' continues to recurse even after
-the recursive call has returned FALSE; again in my understanding and
-other usages of it, we can safely stop recursing at this point.
-
-
-Here is my patch against 1.00-pre8:
+Cheers,
+-Jamie
Members:
- libbb/recursive_action.c:1.11->1.12
- modutils/insmod.c:1.115->1.116
+ init/init.c:1.199->1.200
+ shell/hush.c:1.66->1.67
+ shell/lash.c:1.159->1.160
---------------------
-PatchSet 4033
-Date: 2004/04/06 13:04:14
+PatchSet 4069
+Date: 2004/04/12 20:12:13
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Michael Tokarev, mjt at tls dot msk dot ru writes:
+Peter Milne writes:
-Initialize all fields of struct dep_t.
-Without that, e.g. `busybox modprobe -v char-major-10-144' *sometimes*
-fails this way (strace):
+Just upgraded from 0.6 to 1.00-pre8
- write(1, "insmod nvram `\213\f\10\n", 21) = 21
+Dot command handling handled args correctly (same as bash) in 0.60,
+but failed in 1.00:
-Note the garbage after module name which is taken from the m_options field,
-which is not initialized in the alias reading/parsing part.
-(Shell properly complains to this command, telling it can't find the
-closing backtick)
+I fixed this by reverting the dotcmd function back to previous 0.60
+instantiation,
+please consider using the older version.
-Members:
- modutils/modprobe.c:1.28->1.29
+Thanks
----------------------
-PatchSet 4034
-Date: 2004/04/06 13:05:04
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Michael Tokarev, mjt at tls dot msk dot ru writes:
-alias 'off' parsing fix.
-It is not
- alias off module
-it is
- alias module off
+Peter
Members:
- modutils/modprobe.c:1.29->1.30
+ shell/ash.c:1.95->1.96
---------------------
-PatchSet 4035
-Date: 2004/04/06 13:06:03
+PatchSet 4070
+Date: 2004/04/12 20:17:13
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Michael Tokarev, mjt at tls dot msk dot ru writes:
-
-Fix parsing of all tag-value pairs (in modules.conf in particular).
-Without this fix, code chokes badly on lines where either value or
-both tag+value are missing, like bare
- alias
-line, or alias w/o the value like
- alias some-module
-(syntactically incorrect, but no need for coredumps either).
+As reported by Quy Tonthat, init has problems with inittab's that
+contain only actions sysinit/wait/once. It does not clean up zombies
+in that case.
Members:
- modutils/modprobe.c:1.30->1.31
+ init/init.c:1.200->1.201
---------------------
-PatchSet 4036
-Date: 2004/04/06 15:28:34
+PatchSet 4071
+Date: 2004/04/12 20:21:54
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Fix it so usage is _always_ in sync with applets.c. Previously,
-broken depends allowed these to get out of sync.
+Silly me
Members:
- Makefile:1.292->1.293
- Rules.mak:1.29->1.30
- applets/Makefile.in:1.4->1.5
- applets/applets.c:1.24->1.25
- applets/usage.c:1.59->1.60(DEAD)
+ init/init.c:1.201->1.202
---------------------
-PatchSet 4037
-Date: 2004/04/06 16:19:52
+PatchSet 4072
+Date: 2004/04/12 21:57:17
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Fix it so build dependancies actually work and do something useful
+Eric Spakman noticed that ifdown' will attempt to run 'ifconfig'
+even if built with CONFIG_FEATURE_IFUPDOWN_IP when shutting down
+a dhcp connection.
Members:
- Makefile:1.293->1.294
+ networking/ifupdown.c:1.36->1.37
---------------------
-PatchSet 4038
-Date: 2004/04/06 16:26:25
+PatchSet 4073
+Date: 2004/04/12 22:41:29
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Eliminate all trace of the sgml based docs. It was a noble effort,
-but it just never worked out...
+Wolfgang Denk writes:
-Members:
- Makefile:1.294->1.295
- docs/autodocifier.pl:1.25->1.26
- docs/busybox.sgml:1.54->1.55(DEAD)
+He,
----------------------
-PatchSet 4039
-Date: 2004/04/06 16:39:19
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Yet more doc updates
+there is a bug in HUSH's handling of "if" / "elif" commands:
-Members:
- README:1.32->1.33
- docs/busybox_header.pod:1.15->1.16
- docs/busybox.net/screenshot.html:1.10->1.11
+ $ if true
+ > then
+ > echo 1
+ > elif
+ > true
+ > then
+ > echo 2
+ > elif
+ > true
+ > then
+ > echo 3
+ > else
+ > echo 4
+ > fi
+ 1
+ 2
+ 3
+ $
----------------------
-PatchSet 4040
-Date: 2004/04/06 17:36:20
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-yet-more doc updates and cleanups
+The same bug exists in all versions of HUSH from BB v0.60.x up to and
+including v1.00-pre9. The attached patch fixes this:
-Members:
- include/usage.h:1.198->1.199
+ $ if true
+ > then
+ > echo 1
+ > elif
+ > true
+ > then
+ > echo 2
+ > elif
+ > true
+ > then
+ > echo 3
+ > else
+ > echo 4
+ > fi
+ 1
+ $
----------------------
-PatchSet 4041
-Date: 2004/04/06 17:56:00
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Fix indenting
-
-Members:
- networking/Makefile.in:1.18->1.19
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4042
-Date: 2004/04/06 17:59:43
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Seem not many people are using 'ipaddr' since it has
-never worked.... Most people use 'ip addr foo' I suppose.
-
-Members:
- include/applets.h:1.112->1.113
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4043
-Date: 2004/04/06 18:16:36
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Yet more doc cleanups. Many thanks to Robert P. J. Day for
-kindly reviewing the existing docs and providing helpful feedback.
-Members:
- include/usage.h:1.199->1.200
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4044
-Date: 2004/04/06 18:52:02
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Yet more doc updates
-Members:
- AUTHORS:1.42->1.43
- docs/busybox_footer.pod:1.14->1.15
- include/usage.h:1.200->1.201
+Best regards,
----------------------
-PatchSet 4045
-Date: 2004/04/06 18:53:09
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Fix buffalo url
-
-Members:
- docs/busybox.net/products.html:1.7->1.8
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4046
-Date: 2004/04/06 18:58:37
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Bump version to -pre9
-
-Members:
- Rules.mak:1.30->1.31
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4047
-Date: 2004/04/07 10:17:14
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Update the default config
-
-Members:
- sysdeps/linux/defconfig:1.6->1.7
-
----------------------
-PatchSet 4048
-Date: 2004/04/07 10:34:27
-Author: andersen
-Branch: HEAD
-Tag: (none)
-Log:
-Remove the CONFIG_FEATURE_SH_APPLETS_ALWAYS_WIN option. It was sortof
-stupid and didn't work properly anyways.
+Wolfgang Denk
Members:
- debian/config-static:1.14->1.15
- debian/config-udeb:1.18->1.19
- debian/config-udeb-linux:1.1->1.2
- shell/Config.in:1.14->1.15
- shell/ash.c:1.94->1.95
- shell/hush.c:1.65->1.66
- shell/lash.c:1.158->1.159
- shell/msh.c:1.16->1.17
+ shell/hush.c:1.67->1.68
---------------------
-PatchSet 4049
-Date: 2004/04/07 11:34:16
+PatchSet 4074
+Date: 2004/04/12 23:49:06
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Add an example inetd.conf file
+Sigh. The patch from David Anders (prpplague) broke standard
+securetty files since the /dev was not stripped.
Members:
- examples/inetd.conf:INITIAL->1.1
+ loginutils/login.c:1.15->1.16
---------------------
-PatchSet 4050
-Date: 2004/04/07 13:26:57
+PatchSet 4075
+Date: 2004/04/13 17:31:41
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-More doc updates
+Put the glibc nss junk back at the end
Members:
- docs/busybox.net/license.html:1.3->1.4
- docs/busybox.net/products.html:1.8->1.9
- docs/busybox.net/shame.html:1.9->1.10
+ docs/busybox_footer.pod:1.15->1.16
+ docs/busybox_header.pod:1.16->1.17
---------------------
-PatchSet 4051
-Date: 2004/04/07 13:57:15
+PatchSet 4076
+Date: 2004/04/13 19:28:46
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Mention Acronis PartitionExpert
+Fix several problems with start-stop-daemon, add -m support
Members:
- docs/busybox.net/shame.html:1.10->1.11
+ debianutils/start_stop_daemon.c:1.13->1.14
+ include/usage.h:1.203->1.204
---------------------
-PatchSet 4052
-Date: 2004/04/07 15:02:40
+PatchSet 4077
+Date: 2004/04/13 20:25:57
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Minor update
+slightly clean the whacked out formatting
Members:
- docs/busybox.net/shame.html:1.11->1.12
+ networking/ipcalc.c:1.8->1.9
---------------------
-PatchSet 4053
-Date: 2004/04/07 15:07:27
+PatchSet 4078
+Date: 2004/04/13 20:27:20
Author: andersen
Branch: HEAD
Tag: (none)
Log:
-Fix url
+Fix incorrect ipcalc usage text
Members:
- docs/busybox.net/shame.html:1.12->1.13
+ include/usage.h:1.204->1.205
diff --git a/Rules.mak b/Rules.mak
index 79f3b5053..dc27b671e 100644
--- a/Rules.mak
+++ b/Rules.mak
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
#--------------------------------------------------------
PROG := busybox
-VERSION := 1.00-pre9
+VERSION := 1.00-pre10
BUILDTIME := $(shell TZ=UTC date -u "+%Y.%m.%d-%H:%M%z")
diff --git a/docs/busybox.net/news.html b/docs/busybox.net/news.html
index 1f55053da..550a211c6 100644
--- a/docs/busybox.net/news.html
+++ b/docs/busybox.net/news.html
@@ -3,6 +3,25 @@
<ul>
+ <li><b>13 April 2004 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre10 released</b><p>
+
+ Ok, I lied. It turns out that -pre9 will not be the final BusyBox
+ pre-release. With any luck however -pre10 will be, since I <b>really</b>
+ want to get BusyBox 1.0.0 released this week. As usual, please do not
+ bother to send in patches adding cool new features at this time. Only
+ bug-fix patches will be accepted. It would also be <b>very</b> helpful if
+ people could continue to review the BusyBox documentation and submit
+ improvements.
+
+ <p>
+ The <a href="downloads/Changelog">changelog</a> has all the details.
+ And as usual you can <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
+
+ <p>Have Fun!
+ <p>
+
+
+ <p>
<li><b>6 April 2004 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre9 released</b><p>
Here goes the final BusyBox pre-release... This is your last chance for
@@ -53,95 +72,6 @@
<p>
- <p>
- <li><b>4 February 2004 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre7 released</b><p>
-
- There was a bug in -pre6 that broke argument parsing for a
- number of applets, since a variable was not being zeroed out
- properly. This release is primarily intended to fix that one
- problem. In addition, this release fixes several other
- problems, including a rewrite by mjn3 of the code for parsing
- the busybox.conf file used for suid handling, some shell updates
- from vodz, and a scattering of other small fixes. We are still
- aiming to finish off the -pre series in February and move on to
- the final 1.0.0 release... If you see any problems, of have
- suggestions to make, as always, please feel free to email the
- busybox mailing list.
-
- <p>
-
- The <a href="downloads/Changelog">changelog</a> has all
- the details. And as usual you can
- <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
-
- <p>Have Fun!
- <p>
-
-
- <p>
- <li><b>30 January 2004 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre6 released</b><p>
-
- Here goes the next pre-release for the new BusyBox stable
- series. This release adds a number of size optimizations,
- updates udhcp, fixes up 2.6 modutils support, updates ash
- and the shell command line editing, and the usual pile of
- bug fixes both large and small. Things appear to be
- settling down now, so with a bit of luck and some testing
- perhaps we can finish off the -pre series in February and
- move on to the final 1.0.0 release... If you see any
- problems, of have suggestions to make, as always, please
- feel free to email the busybox mailing list.
-
- <p>
-
- People who rely on the <a href= "downloads/snapshots/">daily BusyBox snapshots</a>
- should be aware that snapshots of the old busybox 0.60.x
- series are no longer available. Daily snapshots are now
- only available for the BusyBox 1.0.0 series and now use
- the naming scheme "busybox-&lt;date&gt;.tar.bz2". Please
- adjust any build scripts using the old naming scheme accordingly.
-
- <p>
-
- The <a href="downloads/Changelog">changelog</a> has all
- the details. And as usual you can
- <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
-
- <p>Have Fun!
- <p>
-
-
- <p>
- <li><b>23 December 2003 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre5 released</b><p>
-
- Here goes the next pre-release for the new BusyBox stable
- series. The most obvious thing in this release is a fix for
- a terribly stupid bug in mount that prevented it from working
- properly unless you specified the filesystem type. This
- release also fixes a few compile problems, updates udhcp,
- fixes a silly bug in fdisk, fixes ifup/ifdown to behave like
- the Debian version, updates devfsd, updates the 2.6.x
- modutils support, add a new 'rx' applet, removes the obsolete
- 'loadacm' applet, fixes a few tar bugs, fixes a sed bug, and
- a few other odd fixes.
-
- <p>
-
- If you see any problems, of have suggestions to make, as
- always, please feel free to send an email to the busybox
- mailing list.
-
- <p>
-
- The <a href="downloads/Changelog">changelog</a> has all
- the details. And as usual you can
- <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
-
- <p>Have Fun!
- <p>
-
-
-
<p>
<li><b>Old News</b><p>
<a href="/oldnews.html">Click here to read older news</a>
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<ul>
+ <li><b>4 February 2004 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre7 released</b><p>
+
+ There was a bug in -pre6 that broke argument parsing for a
+ number of applets, since a variable was not being zeroed out
+ properly. This release is primarily intended to fix that one
+ problem. In addition, this release fixes several other
+ problems, including a rewrite by mjn3 of the code for parsing
+ the busybox.conf file used for suid handling, some shell updates
+ from vodz, and a scattering of other small fixes. We are still
+ aiming to finish off the -pre series in February and move on to
+ the final 1.0.0 release... If you see any problems, of have
+ suggestions to make, as always, please feel free to email the
+ busybox mailing list.
+
+ <p>
+
+ The <a href="downloads/Changelog">changelog</a> has all
+ the details. And as usual you can
+ <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
+
+ <p>Have Fun!
+ <p>
+
+
+ <p>
+ <li><b>30 January 2004 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre6 released</b><p>
+
+ Here goes the next pre-release for the new BusyBox stable
+ series. This release adds a number of size optimizations,
+ updates udhcp, fixes up 2.6 modutils support, updates ash
+ and the shell command line editing, and the usual pile of
+ bug fixes both large and small. Things appear to be
+ settling down now, so with a bit of luck and some testing
+ perhaps we can finish off the -pre series in February and
+ move on to the final 1.0.0 release... If you see any
+ problems, of have suggestions to make, as always, please
+ feel free to email the busybox mailing list.
+
+ <p>
+
+ People who rely on the <a href= "downloads/snapshots/">daily BusyBox snapshots</a>
+ should be aware that snapshots of the old busybox 0.60.x
+ series are no longer available. Daily snapshots are now
+ only available for the BusyBox 1.0.0 series and now use
+ the naming scheme "busybox-&lt;date&gt;.tar.bz2". Please
+ adjust any build scripts using the old naming scheme accordingly.
+
+ <p>
+
+ The <a href="downloads/Changelog">changelog</a> has all
+ the details. And as usual you can
+ <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
+
+ <p>Have Fun!
+ <p>
+
+
+ <p>
+ <li><b>23 December 2003 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre5 released</b><p>
+
+ Here goes the next pre-release for the new BusyBox stable
+ series. The most obvious thing in this release is a fix for
+ a terribly stupid bug in mount that prevented it from working
+ properly unless you specified the filesystem type. This
+ release also fixes a few compile problems, updates udhcp,
+ fixes a silly bug in fdisk, fixes ifup/ifdown to behave like
+ the Debian version, updates devfsd, updates the 2.6.x
+ modutils support, add a new 'rx' applet, removes the obsolete
+ 'loadacm' applet, fixes a few tar bugs, fixes a sed bug, and
+ a few other odd fixes.
+
+ <p>
+
+ If you see any problems, of have suggestions to make, as
+ always, please feel free to send an email to the busybox
+ mailing list.
+
+ <p>
+
+ The <a href="downloads/Changelog">changelog</a> has all
+ the details. And as usual you can
+ <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
+
+ <p>Have Fun!
+ <p>
+
+
+
<li><b>10 December 2003 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-pre4 released</b><p>
Here goes the fourth pre-release for the new BusyBox stable