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*** IF YOU CAN HELP FIX ANY OF THESE THINGS, PLEASE DO! ***
010402: Look harder at -lm and -lelf - they are needed less and less...
970711: Look Real Hard at changing the key stuff from u_long to u_int32.
970711: Make sure it's safe to convert proto_config's 2nd argument from
u_long to u_int32. Watch "set" in ntp_request.c:setclr_flags().
970318: in hourly_stats(?), squawk if the magnitude of the drift is,
say, >400.
970301: Implement the utmp/wtmp timestamping on time steps.
970210: Find a way to dump the current configuration to either syslog or
a file.
Problems that need to be fixed:
- Get rid of the old SYS_* macros:
(It's worth noting that any code that would have been "enabled" by any
of these macros has not been used since 5.83, and there have been very
few complaints...)
SYS_44BSD:
authstuff/md5driver.c
SYS_BSDI:
authstuff/md5driver.c
SYS_DECOSF1:
util/ntptime.c
SYS_DOMAINOS:
parseutil/dcfd.c
xntpd/ntpd.c
SYS_HPUX:
kernel/sys/ppsclock.h
ntpdate/ntpdate.c
ntptrace/ntptrace.c
SYS_PTX:
libntp/machines.c
SYS_SOLARIS:
libparse/parse.c
libparse/clk_trimtsip.c
xntpd/ntp_io.c
xntpd/ntp_refclock.c
xntpd/ntpd.c
SYS_SUNOS4:
libparse/parse.c
libparse/clk_trimsip.c
SYS_WINNT:
include/ntp.h
include/ntp_fp.h
include/ntp_if.h
include/ntp_machine.h
include/ntp_select.h
include/ntp_syslog.h
include/ntp_unixtime.h
include/ntpd.h
libntp/libntp.mak
libntp/machines.c
libntp/mexit.c
libntp/msyslog.c
libntp/systime.c
ntpdate/ntpdate.c
ntpdate/ntpdate.mak
ntpq/ntpq.c
ntpq/ntpq.mak
ntpq/ntpq_ops.c
ntptrace/ntptrace.c
ntptrace/ntptrace.mak
xntpd/ntp_config.c
xntpd/ntp_filegen.c
xntpd/ntp_intres.c
xntpd/ntp_io.c
xntpd/ntp_loopfilter.c
xntpd/ntp_peer.c
xntpd/ntp_proto.c
xntpd/ntp_refclock.c
xntpd/ntp_timer.c
xntpd/ntp_unixclock.c
xntpd/ntp_util.c
xntpd/ntpd.c
xntpd/xntpd.mak
xntpdc/ntpdc.c
xntpdc/xntpdc.mak
- config.guess might need help to identify:
Fujitsu's UXP --enable-adjtime-is-accurate
--enable-step-slew
Unixware --enable-adjtime-is-accurate
--enable-tick=10000
--enable-tickadj=80
--enable-udp-wildcard
--disable-step-slew
DomainOS --enable-adjtime-is-accurate
--disable-kmem
--enable-tick=1000000
OpenVMS --enable-slew-always
--enable-hourly-todr-sync
Is adjtime accurate on ALL sysv4* machines?
Can we identify DomainOS with *-apollo-* ?
Do we catch all Unixware machines with *-univel-sysv* ?
- Combine enable-step-slew and enable-ntpdate-step
- Make sure enable-hourly-todr-sync is always disabled
What about NextStep and OpenVMS, where hourly TODR sync used to be enabled?
- Check dcfd.c for variables that need to be volatile.