[odc] Daily src changes for 2005-04-08

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OpenBSD src changes summary for 2005-04-08
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bin/dd                                  bin/mv
distrib/sets                            gnu/lib/libf2c
gnu/lib/libobjc                         gnu/lib/libstdc++
gnu/usr.bin/gcc                         gnu/usr.sbin/sendmail
regress/sbin                            sbin
sbin/dhclient                           sbin/ipsecadm
sbin/isakmpd                            sbin/mount
sbin/mount_ados                         sbin/mount_cd9660
sbin/mount_ext2fs                       sbin/mount_fdesc
sbin/mount_ffs                          sbin/mount_kernfs
sbin/mount_lfs                          sbin/mount_msdos
sbin/mount_nfs                          sbin/mount_ntfs
sbin/mount_null                         sbin/mount_portal
sbin/mount_procfs                       sbin/mount_udf
sbin/mount_umap                         sbin/mount_union
sbin/mount_xfs                          sbin/mountd
share/man                               sys/arch/amd64/amd64
sys/arch/amd64/include                  sys/arch/arm/xscale
sys/arch/i386/i386                      sys/arch/i386/include
sys/arch/zaurus/dev                     sys/dev/ic
sys/dev/pci                             sys/dev/usb
sys/sys                                 usr.bin/tip
usr.sbin/bgpd                           

== bin =============================================================== 01/09 ==

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

dd

  ~ args.c                                

  > Correct comment about using m in blocksize (multiplies by 1048576 not 512).
  > (jsg@)

mv

  ~ mv.c                                  

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

== distrib =========================================================== 02/09 ==

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

sets

  ~ lists/base/mi                         ~ lists/man/mi

  > sync (deraadt@)

== gnu =============================================================== 03/09 ==

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

lib/libf2c

  ~ config.guess                          

  > amd64 canonicalization.
  > ok deraadt@, pvalchev@ (kettenis@)

lib/libobjc

  ~ config.guess                          

  > amd64 canonicalization.
  > ok deraadt@, pvalchev@ (kettenis@)

lib/libstdc++

  ~ config.guess                          

  > amd64 canonicalization.
  > ok deraadt@, pvalchev@ (kettenis@)

usr.bin/gcc

  ~ Makefile.bsd-wrapper                  ~ config.guess

  > amd64 canonicalization.
  > ok deraadt@, pvalchev@ (kettenis@)

usr.sbin/sendmail

  ~ RELEASE_NOTES                         ~ cf/README
  ~ cf/m4/version.m4                      ~ doc/op/op.me
  ~ include/sm/conf.h                     ~ include/sm/shm.h
  ~ libsm/Makefile                        ~ libsm/ldap.c
  ~ libsm/shm.c                           ~ libsm/t-shm.c
  ~ sendmail/README                       ~ sendmail/TRACEFLAGS
  ~ sendmail/collect.c                    ~ sendmail/conf.c
  ~ sendmail/daemon.c                     ~ sendmail/deliver.c
  ~ sendmail/domain.c                     ~ sendmail/envelope.c
  ~ sendmail/map.c                        ~ sendmail/mci.c
  ~ sendmail/milter.c                     ~ sendmail/parseaddr.c
  ~ sendmail/queue.c                      ~ sendmail/sendmail.h
  ~ sendmail/srvrsmtp.c                   ~ sendmail/tls.c
  ~ sendmail/usersmtp.c                   ~ sendmail/version.c
  + include/sm/sem.h                      + libsm/sem.c
  + libsm/t-sem.c                         

  > update to sendmail 8.13.4 (millert@)

== regress =========================================================== 04/09 ==

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

sbin

  + isakmpd/exchange/README               

  > Forgot this file.  Don't believe what it says in entirety.
  > We will update doc later. (cloder@)

  + isakmpd/Makefile                      

  > Moving regress tests from sbin/isakmpd to regress/sbin/isakmpd.  They are
  > not run by default yet. (cloder@)

  + isakmpd/b2n/Makefile                  + isakmpd/b2n/b2ntest.c
  + isakmpd/crypto/Makefile               + isakmpd/crypto/cryptotest.c
  + isakmpd/dh/Makefile                   + isakmpd/dh/dhtest.c
  + isakmpd/ec2n/Makefile                 + isakmpd/ec2n/ec2ntest.c
  + isakmpd/exchange/Makefile             + isakmpd/exchange/def-i.1
  + isakmpd/exchange/def-r.1              + isakmpd/exchange/mm-1-setup.sh
  + isakmpd/exchange/mm-i-1.t             + isakmpd/exchange/mm-r-1.t
  + isakmpd/exchange/run.pl               + isakmpd/exchange/run.sh
  + isakmpd/group/Makefile                + isakmpd/group/grouptest.c
  + isakmpd/hmac/Makefile                 + isakmpd/hmac/hmactest.c
  + isakmpd/msg/check.sh                  + isakmpd/prf/Makefile
  + isakmpd/prf/prftest.c                 + isakmpd/rsakeygen/.cvsignore
  + isakmpd/rsakeygen/Makefile            + isakmpd/rsakeygen/rsakeygen.c
  + isakmpd/util/Makefile                 + isakmpd/util/utiltest.c
  + isakmpd/x509/Makefile                 + isakmpd/x509/x509test.c

  > Moved these tests here from sbin/isakmpd/regress.  They mostly work
  > but are not enabled by default yet. (cloder@)

== sbin ============================================================== 05/09 ==

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

sbin

  ~ Makefile                              

  > connect ipsecctl, request by deraadt (hshoexer@)

dhclient

  ~ dhclient.c                            

  > protect read() on rtsock against interruptions by signal, foudn with djm
  > while looking for sth else (henning@)

ipsecadm

  ~ ipsecadm.8                            

  > document ipcomp(4); (jmc@)

isakmpd

  ~ isakmpd.c                             

  > use __progname (deraadt@)

  ~ isakmpd.c                             ~ sysdep.h

  > more __progname (deraadt@)

  - sysdep/bsdi/GNUmakefile.sysdep        - sysdep/bsdi/Makefile.sysdep
  - sysdep/bsdi/sysdep-os.h               - sysdep/bsdi/sysdep.c
  - sysdep/darwin/GNUmakefile.sysdep      - sysdep/darwin/Makefile.sysdep
  - sysdep/darwin/sysdep-os.h             - sysdep/darwin/sysdep.c
  - sysdep/freebsd/GNUmakefile.sysdep     - sysdep/freebsd/Makefile.sysdep
  - sysdep/freebsd/sysdep-os.h            - sysdep/freebsd/sysdep.c
  - sysdep/linux/bitstring.h              - sysdep/linux/sys/queue.h
  - sysdep/netbsd/GNUmakefile.sysdep      - sysdep/netbsd/Makefile.sysdep
  - sysdep/netbsd/sysdep-os.h             - sysdep/netbsd/sysdep.c

  > if someone wants a portable, create a -p project.  clutter stops quality
  > (deraadt@)

  ~ Makefile                              

  > remove some portable junk (deraadt@)

  ~ sysdep/openbsd/sysdep-os.h            

  > remove portable stuff not needed (deraadt@)

  ~ sysdep/openbsd/sysdep.c               

  > sysdep_progname() is non-portable gunk (deraadt@)

  - sysdep/linux/GNUmakefile.sysdep       - sysdep/linux/sysdep-os.h
  - sysdep/linux/sysdep.c                 

  > if someone wants a portable, create a -p project.  clutter stops quality
  > (deraadt@)

  ~ conf.c                                ~ crypto.c

  > un-ifdef USE_BLOWFISH (deraadt@)

  - sysdep/common/blf.h                   - sysdep/common/cast.h
  - sysdep/common/md5.h                   - sysdep/common/pcap.h
  - sysdep/common/sha1.h                  - sysdep/common/libsysdep/GNUmakefile
  - sysdep/common/libsysdep/Makefile      
  - sysdep/common/libsysdep/arc4random.c
  - sysdep/common/libsysdep/blowfish.c    - sysdep/common/libsysdep/cast.c
  - sysdep/common/libsysdep/md5.c         - sysdep/common/libsysdep/sha1.c
  - sysdep/common/libsysdep/strlcat.c     - sysdep/common/libsysdep/strlcpy.c

  > if someone wants a portable, create a -p project.  clutter stops quality
  > (deraadt@)

  ~ Makefile                              ~ app.c
  ~ crypto.c                              ~ crypto.h
  ~ sysdep.h                              ~ sysdep/openbsd/sysdep.c

  > app.c (deraadt@)

  ~ app.c                                 

  > need monitor.h (deraadt@)

  ~ log.c                                 ~ sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep

  > kill HAVE_PCAP (deraadt@)

  ~ math_group.c                          

  > kill USE_EC (deraadt@)

  - GNUmakefile                           

  > nothing uses this (deraadt@)

  ~ pf_key_v2.c                           ~ udp.c
  ~ udp_encap.c                           ~ virtual.c

  > Remove references to LINUX_IPSEC (cloder@)

  ~ if.c                                  ~ sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep

  > kill HAVE_GETIFADDRS (deraadt@)

  ~ crypto.c                              

  > kill USE_DES and USE_TRIPLEDES, why was it ever a choice even? (deraadt@)

  ~ isakmpd.c                             ~ sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep

  > kill HAVE_CLOSEFROM (deraadt@)

  ~ ipsec.c                               ~ pf_key_v2.c
  ~ util.c                                ~ sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep

  > kill USE_OLD_SOCKADDR (deraadt@)

  - sysdep/openbsd/GNUmakefile.sysdep     ~ isakmpd.c
  ~ log.c                                 ~ monitor.h
  ~ x509.c                                

  > privsep always (deraadt@)

  ~ Makefile                              

  > remove cipher features (hshoexer@)

  ~ sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep        

  > the lovely thing about layers and layers of compatible stuff, is that
  > deep down in the guts of it assumptions such as "this particular processors
  > has no shared libraries yet" get hidden, only to be found about 2 years
  > later.  i hate code that hides stuff like that from me. (deraadt@)

  - features/x509                         

  > x509 is always on (deraadt@)

  ~ transport.c                           

  > improve logging, original diff and ok cloder@ (hshoexer@)

  - features/ec                           - features/privsep
  ~ Makefile                              

  > ec and privsep always on (deraadt@)

  ~ Makefile                              

  > remove crud (deraadt@)

  - features/aggressive                   - features/dpd
  - features/isakmp_cfg                   ~ Makefile
  ~ exchange.c                            ~ ike_phase_1.c
  ~ ipsec.c                               ~ ipsec.h
  ~ isakmp_doi.c                          ~ message.c
  ~ message.h                             ~ sa.c
  ~ sa.h                                  

  > always enable aggressive, dpd, and isakmp_cfg (deraadt@)

  - features/nat_traversal                ~ Makefile
  ~ exchange.c                            ~ ike_aggressive.c
  ~ ike_phase_1.c                         ~ init.c
  ~ ipsec.c                               ~ isakmpd.c
  ~ log.c                                 ~ message.c
  ~ pf_key_v2.c                           ~ policy.c
  ~ sa.c                                  ~ sa.h
  ~ virtual.c                             

  > nat-traversal always (deraadt@)

  - regress/Makefile                      - regress/check.sh

  > Remove these as well. (cloder@)

  ~ Makefile                              

  > regression tests have moved (hshoexer@)

  ~ sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep        

  > old static lib stuff is not even needed... (deraadt@)

  - sysdep/openbsd/keynote_compat.c       

  > not needed anymore (deraadt@)

  ~ DESIGN-NOTES                          

  > Refer to correct regress directory now that regress is moved. (cloder@)

  - features/policy                       ~ Makefile
  ~ cert.c                                ~ conf.c
  ~ ike_auth.c                            ~ ike_quick_mode.c
  ~ init.c                                ~ isakmpd.c
  ~ libcrypto.c                           ~ monitor.c
  ~ pf_key_v2.c                           ~ sa.c
  ~ x509.c                                

  > keynote and policy always compiled in (deraadt@)

  - regress/b2n/.cvsignore                - regress/b2n/Makefile
  - regress/b2n/b2ntest.c                 - regress/crypto/.cvsignore
  - regress/crypto/Makefile               - regress/crypto/cryptotest.c
  - regress/dh/.cvsignore                 - regress/dh/Makefile
  - regress/dh/dhtest.c                   - regress/ec2n/.cvsignore
  - regress/ec2n/Makefile                 - regress/ec2n/ec2ntest.c
  - regress/exchange/.cvsignore           - regress/exchange/Makefile
  - regress/exchange/README               - regress/exchange/def-i.1
  - regress/exchange/def-r.1              - regress/exchange/mm-1-setup.sh
  - regress/exchange/mm-i-1.t             - regress/exchange/mm-r-1.t
  - regress/exchange/run.pl               - regress/exchange/run.sh
  - regress/group/.cvsignore              - regress/group/Makefile
  - regress/group/grouptest.c             - regress/hmac/.cvsignore
  - regress/hmac/Makefile                 - regress/hmac/hmactest.c
  - regress/prf/.cvsignore                - regress/prf/Makefile
  - regress/prf/prftest.c                 - regress/rsakeygen/.cvsignore
  - regress/rsakeygen/Makefile            - regress/rsakeygen/rsakeygen.c
  - regress/util/Makefile                 - regress/util/utiltest.c
  - regress/x509/.cvsignore               - regress/x509/Makefile
  - regress/x509/x509test.c               

  > Moved regression tests to src/regress/sbin/isakmpd where they belong.
  > (cloder@)

  ~ Makefile                              

  > de-feature raw rsa keys, cleanup leftovers (hshoexer@)

  ~ ike_auth.c                            

  > zap USE_RAWKEY (deraadt@)

  ~ policy.c                              

  > we have IPPROTO_ETHERIP (deraadt@)

  ~ crypto.h                              ~ hash.c

  > we do not care about __APPLE__ (deraadt@)

  ~ exchange.c                            

  > remove leftovers (hshoexer@)

  ~ crypto.c                              

  > simplify (deraadt@)

  ~ exchange.c                            

  > missing includes (hshoexer@)

  ~ util.c                                

  > zap USE_DEFAULT_ROUTE (hshoexer@)

  ~ sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep        

  > zap USE_DEFAULT_ROUTE (hshoexer@)

  - sysdep/openbsd/Makefile.sysdep        ~ Makefile
  ~ apps/certpatch/Makefile               ~ sysdep/openbsd/sysdep.c

  > remove more conditional crud (deraadt@)

  - sysdep/openbsd/sysdep-os.h            ~ Makefile
  ~ sysdep.h                              

  > forget about sysdep/openbsd/sysdep-os.h (deraadt@)

  ~ Makefile                              ~ gmp_util.c
  ~ math_group.c                          ~ math_mp.h
  ~ apps/certpatch/Makefile               

  > remove gmp, no binary change (hshoexer@)

  ~ Makefile                              ~ connection.c
  ~ doi.h                                 ~ dpd.c
  ~ exchange.c                            ~ ipsec.c
  ~ isakmp_doi.c                          ~ isakmpd.c
  ~ log.c                                 ~ log.h
  ~ message.c                             ~ pf_key_v2.c
  ~ ui.c                                  ~ virtual.c

  > USE_DEBUG is bye bye (deraadt@)

  - gmp_util.c                            - gmp_util.h
  ~ Makefile                              ~ ike_auth.c
  ~ math_group.c                          

  > kill gmp (hshoexer@)

  ~ message.c                             

  > move __inline to right place (deraadt@)

  ~ apps/certpatch/Makefile               

  > remove junk not needed to build certpatch (deraadt@)

  - features/dnssec                       ~ Makefile

  > whack last feature, put in main Makefile (deraadt@)

  ~ dpd.c                                 

  > Make DPD vendor ID u_int8_t, not char.  Gets rid of a warning in
  > -pedantic mode.  OK hshoexer (cloder@)

  ~ apps/certpatch/certpatch.c            

  > knf; ok cloder hshoexunpunouncable (deraadt@)

  ~ attribute.c                           ~ cert.c
  ~ conf.c                                ~ constants.c
  ~ crypto.c                              ~ dh.c
  ~ dnssec.c                              ~ doi.c
  ~ exchange.c                            ~ field.c
  ~ hash.c                                ~ if.c
  ~ ike_aggressive.c                      ~ ike_auth.c
  ~ ike_main_mode.c                       ~ ike_phase_1.c
  ~ ike_quick_mode.c                      ~ init.c
  ~ isakmp_cfg.c                          ~ isakmp_doi.c
  ~ isakmpd.8                             ~ isakmpd.c
  ~ key.c                                 ~ libcrypto.c
  ~ math_2n.c                             ~ math_ec2n.c
  ~ math_group.c                          ~ nat_traversal.c
  ~ policy.c                              ~ prf.c
  ~ sa.c                                  ~ sysdep.h
  ~ timer.c                               ~ udp.c
  ~ ui.c                                  ~ util.c
  ~ util.h                                ~ x509.c
  ~ sysdep/openbsd/sysdep.c               

  > Make deterministic randomness (only ever used for testing) a compile-time
  > option.  Reduces chances of somehow setting regrand when it's not supposed
  > to be set.	Remove "-r" option from man page.  Also xref certpatch(8) while
  > we are in there.  And remove some include sysdep.h where it is no longer
  > needed.
  > OK hshoexer (cloder@)

  ~ cookie.c                              ~ ipsec.c
  ~ message.c                             ~ monitor.c
  ~ pf_key_v2.c                           ~ sa.c
  ~ sysdep.h                              ~ transport.c
  ~ udp.c                                 ~ udp_encap.c
  ~ util.c                                ~ virtual.c
  ~ sysdep/openbsd/sysdep.c               

  > get rid of sysdep_sa_len
  > ok cloder@ (hshoexer@)

mount

  ~ mount.c                               

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_ados

  ~ mount_ados.c                          

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_cd9660

  ~ mount_cd9660.c                        

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_ext2fs

  ~ mount_ext2fs.c                        

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_fdesc

  ~ mount_fdesc.c                         

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_ffs

  ~ mount_ffs.c                           

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_kernfs

  ~ mount_kernfs.c                        

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_lfs

  ~ mount_lfs.c                           

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_msdos

  ~ mount_msdos.c                         

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_nfs

  ~ mount_nfs.c                           

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_ntfs

  ~ mount_ntfs.c                          

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_null

  ~ mount_null.c                          

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_portal

  ~ mount_portal.c                        

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_procfs

  ~ mount_procfs.c                        

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_udf

  ~ mount_udf.c                           

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_umap

  ~ mount_umap.c                          

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_union

  ~ mount_union.c                         

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mount_xfs

  ~ mount_xfs.c                           

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

mountd

  ~ mountd.c                              

  > Sync with recent realpath(3) changes:  on failure, don't use the second
  > argument "resolved", since it is undefined.
  > ok and help millert, otto (jaredy@)

== share ============================================================= 06/09 ==

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

man

  ~ man8/release.8                        

  > make distrib-dirs, ok otto (henning@)

  ~ man4/ath.4                            ~ man4/atu.4
  ~ man4/atw.4                            ~ man4/ipw.4
  ~ man4/ral.4                            ~ man4/ray.4
  ~ man4/rtw.4                            ~ man4/wi.4tbl

  > grammar; from jaredy@ (jmc@)

  ~ man4/ipcomp.4                         

  > minor tweaks; (jmc@)

  ~ man4/ipsec.4                          

  > document ipcomp(4); (jmc@)

  ~ man4/tty.4                            

  > no point telling people to read tip(1) *and* cu(1), since they
  > are one and the same; (jmc@)

  ~ man4/man4.sparc64/sab.4               

  > grammar; (jmc@)

== sys =============================================================== 07/09 ==

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

arch/amd64/amd64

  ~ mutex.S                               

  > add rcs ids (jolan@)

arch/amd64/include

  ~ mutex.h                               

  > add rcs ids (jolan@)

arch/arm/xscale

  ~ pxa2x0_ohci.c                         

  > clean up properly in the event of a failure during attach.
  > ok uwe@ (dlg@)

  ~ pxa2x0_gpio.c                         ~ pxa2x0_gpio.h

  > - manipulate the proper event counter in pxagpio_intr1
  > - pxa2x0_gpio_intr_mask/unmask as discussed with dale (uwe@)

arch/i386/i386

  ~ mutex.S                               

  > add rcs ids (jolan@)

arch/i386/include

  ~ mutex.h                               

  > add rcs ids (jolan@)

arch/zaurus/dev

  ~ zaurus_ssp.c                          ~ zaurus_sspvar.h

  > new functions for a unified interface to all chips. (uwe@)

  ~ zts.c                                 

  > Synchronize ADS7846 communication and LCD refresh so as to avoid jitter
  > in the touch screen data, and enable the existing IRQ handling code
  > (even though polling is still mandatory). (uwe@)

dev/ic

  ~ re.c                                  

  > - enable reception of VLAN sized frames
  > - enable HW receive checksum offload
  > ok pvlachev@ (brad@)

  ~ ar5210.c                              ~ ar5210var.h
  ~ ar5211.c                              ~ ar5211var.h
  ~ ar5212.c                              ~ ar5212var.h
  ~ ar5xxx.h                              

  > bye bye unportable bitfields (reyk@)

  ~ ar5210.c                              ~ ar5211.c
  ~ ar5212.c                              ~ ath.c

  > move reset of HAL descriptors to ath.c (reyk@)

dev/pci

  ~ pcidevs.h                             ~ pcidevs_data.h

  > regen (brad@)

  ~ pcidevs                               

  > add QLogic 2312 and 6312 cards (brad@)

  ~ isp_pci.c                             

  > recognize Dell OEM 2312 card.
  > From FreeBSD (brad@)

  ~ if_vge.c                              

  > - enable reception of VLAN sized frames
  > - enable HW receive checksum offload
  > ok pvlachev@ (brad@)

  ~ if_vge.c                              

  > fix parenthesis (brad@)

  ~ if_ste.c                              

  > remove dmesg spewage when link changes, ok deraadt, brad, canacar (beck@)

dev/usb

  ~ uftdi.c                               

  > handle at least the first port of a dual-port ufdti; from freebsd
  > (deraadt@)

  ~ ucom.c                                

  > no need to spit out portno twice (deraadt@)

sys

  ~ sensors.h                             

  > interger->integer (jolan@)

== usr.bin =========================================================== 08/09 ==

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

tip

  ~ tip.1                                 

  > ~. was not being marked up properly; (jmc@)

== usr.sbin ========================================================== 09/09 ==

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

bgpd

  ~ kroute.c                              

  > don't whine when we can't find interface with index 0
  > (that is a rare corner case in that context, but still) (henning@)

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