[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Thu, 7 Jun 2001 19:10:35 +0200
On Thu, Jun 07, 2001 at 12:50 +0900, KOIE Hidetaka wrote:
> There is a bit of problem.
> IPv6 address representation is colon-separated hex.
> This conflicts with CVSROOT.
How about using symbolic DNS names? They're memorizable, can
represent different IPs at different times (after moving a repo
which sometimes happens as related questions regularly bubble up
here on the list), can be CNAME'd / load balanced, etc. Most of
all: they have worked for ages and will continue to work. Since
I don't like hardcoding numeric IPs too much I didn't even think
of this to be a problem. I'd even more consider using numeric
IPs in CVSROOT settings to be asking for trouble sooner or later.
> CVS may provide a quoting syntax.
Wasn't there some talk about URL style CVSROOT specs? What do
other IP enabled applications do?
virtually yours 82D1 9B9C 01DC 4FB4 D7B4 61BE 3F49 4F77 72DE DA76
Gerhard Sittig true | mail -s "get gpg key" address@hidden
If you don't understand or are scared by any of the above
ask your parents or an adult to help you.
- IPv6, Michal Svec, 2001/06/06
- Re: IPv6, Gerhard Sittig, 2001/06/06
- RE: IPv6, KOIE Hidetaka, 2001/06/06
- Re: IPv6, Donald Sharp, 2001/06/07
- Re: IPv6,
Gerhard Sittig <=