[odc] Daily src changes for 2002-09-02

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Tue Sep 3 08:00:13 BST 2002


OpenBSD src changes summary for 2002-09-02
==========================================

distrib/notes                           regress
regress/bin                             regress/etc
regress/include                         regress/lib
regress/sbin                            regress/share
regress/sys                             regress/usr.bin
sbin/pfctl                              share/man
share/mk                                sys/arch/sparc/dev

== distrib =========================================================== 01/05 ==

  http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/distrib

notes

  ~ sparc/hardware                        

  > Make the cgfourteen work in 32bit when possible, also display the size of
  > the VSIMM in the dmesg. (miod@)

== regress =========================================================== 02/05 ==

  http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/regress

regress

  ~ Makefile                              

  > - Precede internal bsd.regress.mk variables with a _
  > - Rename old variables to be easier to read, and deprecate old
  > variables.	The old variables will still work, but emit warnings.
  > - REGRESS_SKIP_SLOW only needs to be non-empty now, not explicitly
  > set to 'yes'
  > - REGRESS_LOG can contain more than one file to append results to
  > - ERRORS variable can be set in Makefile to emit warnings or indicate
  > fatal errors.
  > - Add REGRESS_MAIL variable which can be set to an email address to
  > send results to.  Currently this only works for a full regression
  > run, since art doesnt want partial run results
  > - sync bsd.regress.mk(5) with these changes
  > ok art@ , also looked over by miod@ (avsm@)

  ~ Makefile                              

  > comment out the mailing suggestions, since the address doesnt exist yet
  > (avsm@)

bin

  ~ ksh/Makefile                          ~ md5/Makefile

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

etc

  ~ MAKEDEV/Makefile                      

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

include

  ~ bitstring/Makefile                    

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

lib

  ~ libc/atexit/Makefile                  

  > the regress target should be run-regress-atexit_test to avoid
  > aborting a regress run if it fails (avsm@)

  ~ csu/dtors/Makefile                    ~ libc/db/Makefile
  ~ libc/getaddrinfo/Makefile             ~ libc/longjmp/Makefile
  ~ libc/regex/Makefile                   ~ libc/sigreturn/Makefile
  ~ libc/sigsetjmp/Makefile               ~ libc_r/Makefile.inc
  ~ libc_r/pcap/Makefile                  ~ libc_r/socket/2a/Makefile
  ~ libc_r/stdarg/Makefile                ~ libm/trivial1/Makefile
  ~ libssl/Makefile                       

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

sbin

  ~ pfctl/Makefile                        

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

share

  ~ man/Makefile                          

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

sys

  ~ arch/i386/ldt/Makefile                ~ ddb/Makefile
  ~ kern/execve/Makefile                  ~ kern/kqueue/Makefile
  ~ kern/nanosleep/Makefile               ~ kern/noexec/Makefile
  ~ kern/signal/sigfpe/Makefile           ~ kern/unfdpass/Makefile

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

usr.bin

  ~ m4/Makefile                           ~ make/Makefile
  ~ sort/Makefile                         ~ ssh/Makefile
  ~ tsort/Makefile                        

  > Rename a bunch of the old bsd.regress.mk variables into the new ones.
  > ok art@ (avsm@)

== sbin ============================================================== 03/05 ==

  http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/sbin

pfctl

  ~ parse.y                               

  > Make sure the interface specified with route-to/dup-to/fastroute exists
  > and null-terminate the interface name. Found by Michael Wallis.
  > ok henning@ (dhartmei@)

  ~ parse.y                               

  > Fix parsing of port ranges in translation rules (port a:b -> port c:d).
  > ok henning@ (dhartmei@)

== share ============================================================= 04/05 ==

  http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/share

man

  + man9/pmap.9                           

  > Document the pmap interface.
  > art@ "it's work in progress" ok (wcobb@)

  ~ man9/Makefile                         

  > Add pmap.9 and some links; ok art@ (wcobb@)

  ~ man9/uvm.9                            

  > xrefs to pmap(9); ok art@ (wcobb@)

  ~ man9/pmap.9                           

  > - no .Pp before .Sh.
  > - hte -> the.
  > - remove spaces in -width strings.
  > - begin sentence on a new line.
  > - sort xrefs.
  > from mpech@ (wcobb@)

  ~ man5/bsd.regress.mk.5                 

  > - Precede internal bsd.regress.mk variables with a _
  > - Rename old variables to be easier to read, and deprecate old
  > variables.	The old variables will still work, but emit warnings.
  > - REGRESS_SKIP_SLOW only needs to be non-empty now, not explicitly
  > set to 'yes'
  > - REGRESS_LOG can contain more than one file to append results to
  > - ERRORS variable can be set in Makefile to emit warnings or indicate
  > fatal errors.
  > - Add REGRESS_MAIL variable which can be set to an email address to
  > send results to.  Currently this only works for a full regression
  > run, since art doesnt want partial run results
  > - sync bsd.regress.mk(5) with these changes
  > ok art@ , also looked over by miod@ (avsm@)

mk

  ~ bsd.regress.mk                        

  > - Precede internal bsd.regress.mk variables with a _
  > - Rename old variables to be easier to read, and deprecate old
  > variables.	The old variables will still work, but emit warnings.
  > - REGRESS_SKIP_SLOW only needs to be non-empty now, not explicitly
  > set to 'yes'
  > - REGRESS_LOG can contain more than one file to append results to
  > - ERRORS variable can be set in Makefile to emit warnings or indicate
  > fatal errors.
  > - Add REGRESS_MAIL variable which can be set to an email address to
  > send results to.  Currently this only works for a full regression
  > run, since art doesnt want partial run results
  > - sync bsd.regress.mk(5) with these changes
  > ok art@ , also looked over by miod@ (avsm@)

== sys =============================================================== 05/05 ==

  http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/sys

arch/sparc/dev

  ~ cgfourteen.c                          

  > Make the cgfourteen work in 32bit when possible, also display the size of
  > the VSIMM in the dmesg. (miod@)

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