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dnsdist: Move constants to proper namespace #7678

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@Habbie Habbie commented Apr 5, 2019

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Redo of #5669. Separate PR because the rebase involved some manual work (some code got removed, moved around, etc. since), and this way we can compare the two PRs to make sure I did not miss anything.

TODO: add the deprecation warnings as discussed in #5669. Pushed.

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Habbie commented Apr 9, 2019

This is waiting for #7685, and I'd like to shuffle the commits around so that they prove that the -old- tests still pass under the -new- namespace setup.

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#7685 has been merged, but no pressure ;-)

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Habbie commented Apr 10, 2019

This is waiting for #7685, and I'd like to shuffle the commits around so that they prove that the -old- tests still pass under the -new- namespace setup.

I have now run the old tests under the new namespaces, and as long as I tolerate the deprecation warnings during startup in the test suite, all tests pass.

Ready for review, merge.

@rgacogne rgacogne merged commit 6acb120 into PowerDNS:master Apr 11, 2019
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