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-1.4.8
- * Fix GEOIP_DOMAIN_EDITION_V6 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add new Datatypes GEOIP_NETSPEED_EDITION_REV1_V6 and
- GEOIP_NETSPEED_EDITION_REV1 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix possible directory traversal weakness in geoipupdate-pureperl.pl with
- malicious update server ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix GEOIP_ORG_EDITION_V6 and GEOIP_ISP_EDITION_V6 ( Boris Zentner )
-1.4.7
- * Upd timezone.c Add SX, BQ and CW remove AN and FX ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add support for the new types in geoiplookup6 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add new database types GEOIP_CITY_EDITION_REV0_V6,
- GEOIP_CITY_EDITION_REV1_V6, GEOIP_DOMAIN_EDITION_V6,
- GEOIP_ORG_EDITION_V6 and GEOIP_ISP_EDITION_V6 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Remove AN and FX. Add SX, BQ and CW ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix possible segfault in geoipupdate if the connection disappear
- unexpected. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add sanity check for geoipupdate-pureperl.pl ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add GEOIP_USERTYPE_EDITION and GEOIP_USERTYPE_EDITION_V6
- datatypes ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add new functions GeoIP_is_private_ipnum_v4 and GeoIP_is_private_v4
- ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add new functions GeoIP_teredo and GeoIP_enable_teredo.
- teredo is enabled by default ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix output of geoiplookup for unknown or private regions.
- ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix geoipupdate-pureperl.pl to accept more product codes.
- ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix minor output issue in geoipupdate -v ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add support for various databases. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add experimental teredo support ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix possible buffer overflow in conjunction with
- http_proxies ( Elso Andras )
- * Remove memcpy/bcopy macro for BSD ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add GeoIP_lib_version and GeoIP_cleanup ( Ladar Levison )
- * Upd Makefile.vc ( Thomas Winzig )
- * Fix typo in DK,18,Midtjylland ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update libGeoIP/regionName.c with FIPS codes 20100810 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix continent codes ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix 3letter country codes for ATA, BVT, IOT, CXR, CCK, ATF, HMD,
- MYT, SGS and UMI ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix typo/segfault in GeoIP_id_by_name_v6 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update libGeoIP/regionName.c with FIPS codes 20100529 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Remove buffered IO functions, to fix issues with dup'ed file
- descriptors ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix very minor memleak in geoipupdate ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add GEOIP_CITYCONFIDENCEDIST_EDITION, GEOIP_LARGE_COUNTRY_EDITION
- and GEOIP_LARGE_COUNTRY_EDITION_V6 database types ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update libGeoIP/regionName.c with FIPS codes 20100422 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update libGeoIP/regionName.c with FIPS codes 20100420 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update libGeoIP/regionName.c with FIPS codes 20100221 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add missing timezones ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add missing include for Windows 2000 ( Jaap Keute )
- * 'GeoIP Database up to date' and 'Updated database' prints to stdout
- instead of stderr ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add missing GeoIPRecord_delete to geoiplookup.c ( Piotr Kaczuba )
- * Add some IPv4 helper functions
- unsigned long GeoIP_addr_to_num(const char *addr);
- char * GeoIP_num_to_addr(unsigned long ipnum); ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix default name for the accuracy radius database to GeoIPDistance.dat ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add GEOIP_CITYCONFIDENCE_EDITION database type. ( Boris Zentner )
- * geoiplookup use GeoIPDistance.dat files if avail ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix geoiplookup/geoiplookup6 output, when the databaseinfo string is
- not avail. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Change continent code for RU from AS to EU ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add GEOIP_ACCURACYRADIUS_EDITION database type. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add GEOIP_LOCATIONA_EDITION the database to map back from binary to
- the csv database ( Boris Zentner )
- * Change Turkey's continent code from Asia to Europe ( Boris Zentner )
- * Rename _iso_8859_1__utf8 to _GeoIP_iso_8859_1__utf8 ( Boris Zentner )
- * GEOIP_ORG_EDITION, GEOIP_ISP_EDITION, GEOIP_DOMAIN_EDITION and
- GEOIP_ASNUM_EDITION databases return UTF8 results, if gi->charset is set
- to GEOIP_CHARSET_UTF8 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Avoid unnecesary call to gettimeofday when GEOIP_CHECK_CACHE is not set ( John Douglass )
- * Delayed loading of changed database files for 60 seconds. To avoid
- reading halve written databases ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update README.OSX for Leopard and Snow Leopard ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add more IPv6 functions ( Boris Zentner )
- const char *GeoIP_country_code_by_addr_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
- const char *GeoIP_country_code_by_name_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
- const char *GeoIP_country_code3_by_addr_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
- const char *GeoIP_country_code3_by_name_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
- const char *GeoIP_country_name_by_addr_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
- const char *GeoIP_country_name_by_name_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
- * Make sure that GeoIP_*_v6 functions refuse GEOIP_PROXY_EDITION and
- GEOIP_NETSPEED_EDITION databases ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update libGeoIP/regionName.c with FIPS codes from 20090723 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix geoipupdate's -v option to not change the license filename ( Thom May )
- * Fix geoipupdate's exit code ( Thom May )
- * Add support for ASNUM_EDITION ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix -i output for larger values, sign issue ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add -i flag for more information on netmask, range_by_ip and the current network range ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add support for DOMAIN_EDITION database type ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix apps/geoipupdate-pureperl.pl output layer on W32 ( Boris Zentner )
-1.4.6 2009-02-25
- * Fix geoipupdate's my_printf function ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix typo in apps/geoipupdate-pureperl.pl replace PerlIO::Gzip with PerlIO::gzip ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update region codes in libGeoIP/regionName.c ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix regioncode/generate_regionName.pl to handle regioncodes with ',' correct ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update fips codes 20090201 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix unicode builds on WIN32 and eliminate some warnings ( Stu Redman )
- * Fix sign error in _iso_8859_1__utf8 for PPC64 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Change WIN32 to _WIN32, since _WIN32 is defined by default. _WIN32 is also defined for WIN64 machines ( Boris Zentner )
- ! Remove the WSAStartup call from GeoIP_open. All Applications need to call WSAStartup and WSACleanup to initialize the Windows Socket library. Before they use any of the GeoIP_*_by_name functions. ( Boris Zentner )
- * geoiplookup and test-geoip-* output N/A instead of (null) ( Boris Zentner )
- * Silence various warnings. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add more timezone region's for Australia
- * Fix possible segfault in apps/geoiplookup with null pointers in non gnu printf implementations for example solaris ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add README.OSX to build fat binaries easy ( Boris Zentner )
- * Silence vasprintf warning via AC_GNU_SOURCE ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add several Makefiles to build a static GeoIP.lib for w32 ( Stanislaw Pusep and Randy Kobes )
- * Silence signedness warnings ( Peter Volkov )
- * Remove --with-city configure option. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Remove configure's --with-dbdir option. Use the similar --datadir instead ( Peter Volkov )
- * Various autotools improvements and cleanups. Including parallel
- build fix ( Peter Volkov )
- * Fix libGeoIP/timeZone.c ( Martin Haller )
- * Fix timezone/generate_timeZone.pl ( Boris Zenter )
- * Sync FIPS codes again Jan 14th, 2009 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix CA,NL regioncode. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Change logic in generate_regionName.pl and GeoIP_region_name_by_code to handle any mixture of two letter fips codes matching [A-Z0-9]{2} the change allow GZ and WE region codes ( Boris Zentner )
- * Sync regionName.c with http://www.maxmind.com/app/fips10_4 from Dec 17th, 2008 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix _GeoIP_lookupaddress for 64bit big endian systems like ppc64 ( Peter Volkov )
- * Add proper WIN32/64 support ( Gerald Combs )
- * Escape - in all manpages ( Patrick Matthaei )
- * Add manpage for geoiplookup6 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix -d command line option ( Klaus Heinz )
- * GeoIPUpdate.c use vasprintf if avail, otherwise try vsnprintf and sprintf ( Boris Zentner )
- * avoid pre/postincrement and assignment on the same variable ( Boris Zentner )
-1.4.5 2008-09-16
- * metro_code replace the depreciated dma_code field ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add new function GeoIP_range_by_ip_delete
- r = GeoIP_range_by_ip(gi, '24.24.24.24');
- ...
- GeoIP_range_by_ip_delete(r); ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix small memoryleak and wrap around in GeoIP_range_by_ip ( Boris Zentner )
- * CHECK_CACHE stat the database file not faster than once a second anymore ( Patrick McManus )
- * Fixed a typo in the geoipupdate(1) manpage and also an non-existent path on Debian (Patrick Matth�i)
- * Fixes two little format errors (hyphen used as minus sign) in both manpages (Patrick Matth�i)
- * Sync regionName.c with a recent fips code list ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix segfault when open failed for a custom file (-f) ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix sync geoiplookup's man page with the code ( Klaus Heinz )
- * remove unused code from GeoIP_country_name_by_addr and GeoIP_country_code3_by_addr ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix geoiplookup and geoiplookup6 to distinguish between failed namelookups and unknown ips ( Boris Zentner )
- * add geoiplookup6 that can handle the new database type GEOIP_COUNTRY_EDITION_V6 ( Boris Zentner )
- * add new functions to handle ipv6
-
- GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_name_by_ipnum_v6 (GeoIP* gi, geoipv6_t ipnum);
- GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_code_by_ipnum_v6 (GeoIP* gi, geoipv6_t ipnum);
- GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_code3_by_ipnum_v6 (GeoIP* gi, geoipv6_t ipnum);
- GEOIP_API char *GeoIP_org_by_ipnum_v6 (GeoIP* gi, geoipv6_t ipnum);
- GEOIP_API char *GeoIP_org_by_addr_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
- GEOIP_API char *GeoIP_org_by_name_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *name);
- GEOIP_API int GeoIP_id_by_addr_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
- GEOIP_API int GeoIP_id_by_name_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
- GEOIP_API int GeoIP_id_by_ipnum_v6 (GeoIP* gi, geoipv6_t ipnum);
- GEOIP_API GeoIPRegion * GeoIP_region_by_addr_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
- GEOIP_API GeoIPRegion * GeoIP_region_by_name_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
- GEOIP_API GeoIPRegion * GeoIP_region_by_ipnum_v6 (GeoIP *gi, geoipv6_t ipnum);
- GEOIP_API void GeoIP_assign_region_by_inetaddr_v6(GeoIP* gi, geoipv6_t inetaddr, GeoIPRegion *gir);
- GEOIP_API char *GeoIP_name_by_ipnum_v6 (GeoIP* gi, geoipv6_t ipnum);
- GEOIP_API char *GeoIP_name_by_addr_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
- GEOIP_API char *GeoIP_name_by_name_v6 (GeoIP* gi, const char *name);
-
- # allowed input for addr
- 2001:4860:0:1001::68
- ::85.8.93.71
- ::1
- ::5508::5d47
- ::ffff:5508::5d47
-
- # allowed input for host
- ipv6.google.com
- 2001:4860:0:1001::68
- ::85.8.93.71
- ::1
- ::5508::5d47
- ::ffff:5508::5d47
- ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix geoiplookup usage string ( add -d -f ) ( Boris Zentner )
- * Added GeoIP_range_by_ip, returns the start and end IP address for the range containing the IP address.
- This range has a constant value in the GeoIP database.
- * Add geoipupdate-pureperl.pl a alternative geoipupdate version. with Proxy Server support via via the "http_proxy" environment variable. Easy to customize. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add WIN64 since WIN32 is not defined on WIN64 Systems ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fix WIN32 compilation by encircle all MMAP functions with #ifdef WIN32 #endif pairs. MMAP is not avail in W32 ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update timezone/generate_timeZone.pl ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update libGeoIP/timeZone.c ( Boris Zentner )
- * Added GeoIP_printf and GeoIP_fprintf as a experimental feature to
- libGeoIPUpdate. ( Boris Zentner, Andrew Droffner )
- * Added cast in _iso_8859_1__utf8 function to fix NetWare/Win32 compilation issue (Guenter Knauf)
- * Add HTTP Proxy Server support for geoipupdate via the "http_proxy"
- environment variable.
- ie: export http_proxy="http://proxy-hostname:port"
- ( Andrew Droffner, Derek Nicol )
- * Notice, that __YOU__ need to free the results of
-
- GeoIP_database_info
- GeoIP_name_by_ipnum
- GeoIP_name_by_addr
- GeoIP_name_by_name
- GeoIP_org_by_ipnum
- GeoIP_org_by_addr
- GeoIP_org_by_name
-
- not libgeoip
- ( Boris Zentner, Andrew Cheung )
- * Fixed segfault with geoiplookup, if used with a custom_file database, that
- could not be opened. ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add Usage info for options -f and -d in geoipupdate ( Boris Zentner )
- * Fixed segfault with geoipupdate when called with a illformed license file
- ( Boris Zentner )
- * Update add more timezones to GeoIP_time_zone_by_country_and_region
- ( Boris Zentner )
- * Add array access functions so programs can avoid accessing the
- arrays directly which whould break binary compatability (Ludwig Nussel at SUSE)
- * Updated README to state API is only thread-safe if GEOIP_CHECK_CACHE is not used
-
-1.4.4 2008-1-21
- * Updated original geoipupdate to return "Invalid product ID or subscription expired"
- * Added BL/Saint Barthelemy, MF/Saint Martin (ISO-3166-1 additions)
- * Check for illegal IP strings, return 0 if IP is not well formed IPv4 e.g. 1.2.3.4.5 and 1.2.3
- * Clarified that while core GeoIP library is LGPL, libGeoIPUpdate depends on md5.c and types.h which are GPL.
- * speedup the conversion from ipstring to ipnum in _GeoIP_addr_to_num. Doubles the speed of GEOIP_MEMORY_CACHE and GEOIP_MMAP_CACHE
- * Added new mmap shared memory caching option, GEOIP_MMAP_CACHE (Peter Shipley, LookSmart)
- - mmaps: our maps are shared, but we need only private readonly pages
-
-1.4.3 2007-8-30
- ! CHANGE with geoiplookup facility: -v flag now returns database info for all databases, not just GeoIP Country
- * Added ability to get netmask of network block from last lookup using GeoIP_last_netmask
- * Fixed GeoIP_database_info bug with GeoLite City
- * Replaced 4 with sizeof(char*) to fix issues with geoipupdate on 64 Bit machines
- * Added GeoIP_set_charset function - enables UTF8 output of city name if GEOIP_CHARSET_UTF8 flag is passed
- to GeoIP_set_charset
- * Fixed segfault issue if calling GeoIP_db_avail before opening a database
- * Added continent_code to GeoIP City's record struct (Frank Mather)
-
-1.4.2 2007-2-8
- * Added -d flag to enable custom path for geoipupdate utility program (Frank Mather)
- * Replaced _WIN32 with WIN32 since WIN32 is already set by compilers
- * Moved var definitions to top of code, defined size_t (Guenter Knauf)
- * Added Makefile.win32, Makefile.netware, get_ver.awk, geoip.ico to EXTRA_DIST in Makefile.am (Guenter Knauf)
-
-1.4.1 2007-1-2
- * Replaced CS/Serbia and Montenegro with RS/Serbia, removed ZR/Zaire, added ME/Montenegro
- * Added AX/Aland Islands, GG/Guernsey, IM/Isle of Man, JE/Jersey (ISO-3166-1 changes)
- * Added GeoIP_time_zone_by_country_and_region, to lookup zoneinfo timezone by country and region (Frank Mather)
- * Added GeoIP_region_name_by_code, to lookup region name from region code (Frank Mather)
- * added -f and -d flags to enable custom paths for geoiplookup utility program (Frank Mather)
- * Added benchmarks for GeoIP Region and City in test/benchmark.c (Frank Mather)
- * Fixed build issue when using --as-needed flag (Diego 'Flameeyes' Petten�)
- * Add sanity checking for filename returned by MaxMind.com server for geoipupdate filename
- (Dean Gaudet, arctic.org)
- * Fixed memory leaks under error conditions, buffer overflow using sprintf,
- and issue where a corrupted cache file could core dump the file
- (Nick Galbreath, Right Media Inc)
-
-1.4.0 2006-8-7
- * Changed license from GPL to LGPL, so that PHP Extension can be included in PECL (Olivier Hill)
- * Rewrote GEOIP_CHECK_CACHE code, fixed numerous bugs
- - CheckCache now works if GeoIP file is overwriten by mv command
- - Fixed bug where CheckCache kept reloading in GEOIP_STANDARD_MODE
- - Fixed segfault issue in GEOIP_MEMORY_CACHE mode
- - Fixed garbage data appearing in GEOIP_INDEX_CACHE mode
- - Fixed realloc in case realloc returns new memory block (Andre Morozov of Stone Steps)
- * Updated geoipupdate to print status messages for each database instead of just last database
- * Check that gi is not null before running code in GeoIP_delete
- * Fixed alpha-3 codes ordering, replaced TLS,TKM,TUN,TON with TKM,TUN,TON,TLS
- * TP/East Timor changed to TL/Timor-Leste, reflecting changes in ISO-3166
- * Added Netware and Windows makefiles (Guenter Knauf)
- * Fixed NetWare compiler issue with char block[block_size] declaration (Guenter Knauf)
- * Updated geoipupdate example to run weekly
-
-1.3.17 2006-5-14
- * Fixed headers for Windows/Netware compilation (Guenter Knauf)
- * Fixed Received Error -21 (Sanity check database_info string failed)
- when running geoipupdate with GeoIP Country when UserId and
- productIds were not specified. Bug was introduced in 1.3.15.
-
-1.3.16 2006-4-17
- * Fixed compliation error in GeoIPUpdate.c
-
-1.3.15 2006-4-14
- * Updated README documentation
- * Updated geoipupdate so that it writes file as it is uncompressed instead
- of storing entire GeoIP.dat file in memory (Frank Mather)
- * Updated geoiplookup so that it returns GeoIP Domain Name if available
- (Frank Mather)
- * Updated geoipupdate so that it reports whether databases are updated
- in non-verbose mode (Frank Mather)
-
-1.3.14 2005-9-7
- * Check if byte, ushort, ulong, u16, u32 are defined in configure
- script. Fixes compilation issue on FreeBSD systems.
- * Check for Big Endian byte order (needed for MD5 code in geoipupdate
- to work properly on Mac OS X and other Big Endian processors)
- * Fixed GEOIP_CHECK_CACHE mode when used with GEOIP_STANDARD to
- only refresh upon file change
- * Fixed memory leak when refreshing file in GEOIP_CHECK_CACHE mode
- * Updated ltmain.sh to support Debian GNU/k*BSD bug #315425 (Marek Habersack)
- * Added lookup functions using IP numeric representation as input (Frank Mather)
- * Removed geoipexport
- * Replaced Yugoslavia with Serbia and Montenegro
- * Updated geoiplookup to only perform country lookup once instead of twice by using GeoIP_id_by_name
-
-1.3.13 2005-8-1
- * Fixed autoconf weirdness that resulted in libraries being
- installed without .so suffix
-
-1.3.12 2005-7-19
- * Removed -lGeoIP from libGeoIPUpdate_la_LIBADD - fixes compilation error
- if GeoIP isn't already installed (Thomas Steudten)
-
-1.3.11 2005-7-7
- * Fixed gcc warnings and bug. Use int
- instead of char for checking the return value of getopt in geoipupdate.c.
- Moved the internal functions to GeoIP_internal.h to get rid
- of those 'implicit declaration' warnings. (Ludwig Nussel/SUSE)
- * Cleaned up name space by prefixing internal functions with
- _GeoIP* (Ludwig Nussel/SUSE)
- * Memory Leak fix for GeoIP City if fread error
- * Added more verbose error messages for geoipupdate (Frank Mather)
- * Added check for zlib.h to configure.in
-
-1.3.10 2005-4-17
- * Added types.h to Makefile.am - fixes compilation error
-
-1.3.9 2005-4-14
- * fixed bug with GEOIP_INDEX_CACHE (Frank Mather)
- * fixed segfault issue if GeoIP.dat not found (Frank Mather)
- * Updated MD5 checksum code to use GnuPG code which works
- on 64bit machines (Frank Mather)
- * Fixed memory leak in test-geoip-isp.c and test-geoip-org.c
- * Added support for GeoIP Domain Names in geoipupdate
-
-1.3.8 2004-11-7
- * Updated geoipupdate to report invalid userID and productID errors
- * Check if gethostbyname_r is version that returns int or is other version
- - should fix compile errors on Solaris and FreeBSD
- * Updated URL to get license key, userId, and product Ids in conf/GeoIP.conf.default
- * Updated test case, removed www.asahi.com
- * Added support for GEOIP_INDEX_CACHE - which just caches
- the most frequently access index portion of the database, resulting
- in faster lookups than GEOIP_STANDARD, but less memory usage than
- GEOIP_MEMORY_CACHE (Frank Mather)
-
-1.3.7 2004-10-5
- * Updated test case, removed www.bundesregierung.de added www.asahi.com
-
-1.3.6 2004-8-8
- * Check for gethostbyname_r support in configure (Mac OS X doesn't support gethostbyname_r)
- * Made GeoIP City code thread safe
- * Fixed bug with geoipupdate reading in product ids
- * Added support for GeoIP Netspeed geoipupdate
- * Fix memleak in lookupaddress (Ludwig Nussel/SUSE)
- * Add prototype for _full_path_to to make 64bit clean
- (Ludwig Nussel/SUSE)
- * Add return values to test programs (Ludwig Nussel/SUSE)
-
-1.3.5 2004-7-5
- * Added more documentation to README file
- * Made GEOIP_CHECK_CACHE work with GEOIP_STANDARD mode - reloads filehandle
- in case file changes.
- * Added GeoIP_country_code_by_ipnum and GeoIP_id_by_ipnum to use
- existing ulong IP Address in numeric form instead of having to
- convert it to string (Boris Hajduk)
- * Made code thread safe by replacing gethostbyname with gethostbyname_r
-
-1.3.4 2004-6-4
- * Fixed bug where *.gz file(s) didn't get removed after geoipupdate
-
-1.3.3 2004-6-2
- * Added support for NetSpeed lookup to geoiplookup
- * inet_addr patch for 64 bit systems (Thomas Steudten)
- * Added Support for automated downloads of GeoIP Region, City, ISP and Organization databases (Frank Mather)
- * INADDR_NONE Patch for Solaris 9 (John Young)
-
-1.3.2 2004-4-20
- * Added support for Maxmind NetSpeed
-
-MinGW patch from Stanislaw Pusep
-
-I was re-compiling Geolizer (http://sysd.org/log.php#glzr) on Win32 so I firstly needed to put up-to-date Win32 compatibility of libGeoIP itself. Fortunately MinGW plataform evolved a lot since last time I used it to compile libGeoIP. I'm sending you the patch with changes required for libGeoIP to work on both Win32 and UN*X. UN*X behavior is unaffected. Now, detailed explanation of what I did at all:
-1) Made correct header imports for both Win32 and UN*X. UN*X imports netdb.h & netinet/in.h and Win32 imports windows.h & winsock.h
-2) Win32 gethostbyname() is only able to resolve hostnames, it can't convert "127.0.0.1" string to 32-bit IP address. Thus I added lookupaddress() function that safely resolves any string to IP address and replaced all gethostbyname() calls by it.
-3) Database files were referenced by pre-compiled static strings. I malloc()ed buffers for file names so they can be changed "on fly". Thus, on Win32 version GeoIP.dat & other files are being seeked in the same directory as executable file or library.
-4) Added README.MinGW file with brief explanation on how to get GeoIP working under MinGW system.
-
-1.3.1 2003-11-11
- * Check for stdint.h in autoconf (Sean Chittenden)
- * prevent the geoipupdate man page from trying to install itself directly in the system directory (Gyepi Sam)
-
-1.3.0 2003-09-29
- * Fixed includes to compile on Windows (Fabrice Colin)
- * Removed the _addr_to_num() calls from GeoIP_*_by_name()
- * _seek_record() optimizations (Maurice Cinquini)
- �1) Use a single buf ptr inside the loops.
- ��� Set to the stack buffer or the cached memory the start of the function.
- �2) Unroll the i=0,1 loop to allow constant folding.
- �3) Unroll the j loop for the common case of j = STANDARD_RECORD_LENGTH
- ��� (I've already done the above changes see attached function.)
- ��� With gcc -O2 calculating x[0] and x[1] for STANDARD_RECORD_LENGTH now
- ��� only takes 15 (was > 100) i80x86 instructions with 6 byte accesses of RAM. 4) only calculate x[0], x[1] when needed, may be a bigger win
- than the above since all the other optimizations above only reduced
- CPU instructions operating on CPU cached RAM.
- ! IMPORTANT API Change: Changed GeoIPRegion to have region in structure. Saves space and a malloc.
- Since GeoIPRegion.region is no longer a pointer but an in-structure
- array so test the first byte of region == 0 rather testing if the region
- pointer is NULL. (Maurice Cinquini)
- * Added GeoIP_assign_region_by_inetaddr which doesn't do any mallocs and made all other region APIs go thru it (Maurice Cinquini)
- * Replaced _h_addr_to_num() with ntohl() and removed _h_addr_to_num() (Maurice Cinquini)
- * Fixed bug when IP address not found in region rev1 database (Jason Linhart)
- * Added added extern "C" to GeoIPCity.h fixes problems when included in C++ library
-
-1.2.2 2003-08-10
- * Added support for GeoIP ISP Edition identifier
- * Fixed bug in GeoIP_database_info (Jason Linhart)
- * Added support for GeoIP AS Number Edition
- ! renamed GeoIP_org_by_* functions to GeoIP_name_by_* to reduce confusion
- since these functions are used by GeoIP ISP and GeoIP ASNum as well
- as GeoIP Organization
- * Added support for GeoIP Proxy Edition
- ! renamed GeoIP_country_id_by_* functions to GeoIP_id_by_*
-
-1.2.1 2003-07-12
- * Added GeoIP_record_id_by_addr and GeoIP_next_record functions
- * Added support for new GeoIP Region format, including Canadian Provinces
-
-1.2.0 2003-04-26
- * Added support for GeoIP City format revision 1, including dma code and area code
- * geoiplookup returns results from GeoIP Region, City, ISP and Organization databases
- * Standardized location for GeoIP Region, City, ISP and Organization databases
- * Added GeoIP_open_type to open database from default location for other dbs besides country
- * Added check to make sure that the appropriate database is loaded for each lookup method
- * Updated update code to check for first 12 characters of license key
- * Added GeoIP_country_continent array to lookup continent by country ID
-
-1.1.9 2003-03-10
- * merged windows patch into main code base (Kenneth R. Robinette)
- * Changed const int to #define for windows compatibility
-
-1.1.8 2003-03-04
- * Fixed bug with city database introduced in 1.1.6
-
-1.1.7 2003-03-04
- * Fixed bug introduced in 1.1.6 when run in GEOIP_STANDARD mode
- * Added test to test GEOIP_STANDARD
-
-1.1.6 2003-03-03
- * Added spec for building RPMs (Ryan Weaver)
- * Added support for 4byte records for Organization database
- * Changed Taiwan, Province of China to Taiwan
-
-1.1.5 2003-02-10
- * Added support for GeoIP Organization database
-
-1.1.4 2002-12-30
- * Cast number to int in _num_to_addr in geoipexport (Ralf S. Engelschall)
- * Removed printf debug statements from geoipexport
- * correct library build ordering (Ralf S. Engelschall)
- * ulong -> unsigned long (Sean Chittenden)
-
-1.1.3 2002-12-24
- * Added GeoIPUpdate.h to EXTRA_DISTS
- * Compile fixes for Solaris, FreeBSD (Michael McClennen, Corris Randall)
- * Handle NULL in printf in test-geoip-region
-
-1.1.2 2002-12-16
- * Added support for postal codes
- * Added geoipexport, program to export bit binary file to
- binary tree format and csv format
- * Split update code into separate library, GeoIPUpdate.la
- * Allow passing NULL callback to GeoIP_update_database function
- (Sean Chittenden)
- * Added geoipexport program, exports to CSV file
- * Added GeoIP_database_edition method
- * Changed DATADIR to GEOIPDATADIR
-
-1.1.1 2002-11-07
- * Fixed segfault issue with GeoIPRegion_delete
- * Handle test failures where lookup returns NULL more gracefully
-
-1.1.0 2002-11-06
- * Perform sanity checking before installing datebase using geoipupdate
- * Removed file locking, since we install file by renaming instead of writing to it.
- * Fixed geoipupdate to check for NULL return value
- * Added constants for different editions
- * Added O1 code for "Other country", used in per-country city editions
- * fixed multi-line string literals warning in test-geoip.c
- * Use enum constants for GeoIP_update_database values
- * Added GEOIP_CHECK_CACHE option (not working yet)
-
-1.0.10 2002-10-28
- * IMPORTANT API Change - Return NULL instead of '--' and 'N/A'
- Be sure to check the return value for NULL to avoid segmentation faults!!!!
- * Added callback to print messages from GeoIP_update_database
- * Moved GeoIPConfFile to geoipupdate.c
- * Changed databaseSegments to unsigned int (Chris Gibbs)
- * Fixed compiler warnings (Chris Gibbs)
- * API Change - GeoIPRegion region member set to NULL when no region available
- * Change short int to int (Chris Gibbs)
- * Added write/read file locking for GeoIPUpdate.c/GeoIP.c
-
-1.0.9 2002-10-16
- * removed -ansi from Makefile.am to avoid compile error on Solaris 8
- * Compile fix for FreeBSD Stable (Kimura Fuyuki)
-
-1.0.8 2002-10-05
- * Included header required for *BSD (Akinori Musha)
-
-1.0.7 2002-10-05
- * Fixed compilation error with GeoIPUpdate.c
-
-1.0.6 2002-10-04
- * Moved update code into separate file
- * Added md5 checksums to update code
- * Fixed memory leak when running geoiplookup -v
- * Moved const RECORD_LENGTH to #define RECORD_LENGTH for Windows compatibility
- (Randy Kobes)
- * Cleaned up GeoIP_new code
-
-1.0.5 2002-09-23
- * Supports GeoIP Regional Edition
- * Macau is now "Macao" per ISO 3166-1 change
- * Romania "ROM" is now "ROU" per ISO 3166-1 change
- * Added #define for memcpy -> BSD's bcopy (Chris Gibbs)
- * Removed "private" functions from GeoIP.h
-
-1.0.4 2002-08-27
- * rewrote _seek_country to use loop instead of recursion for faster performance
- * Removed "orphan" nodes from demo database resulting in smaller size (Jason Linhart)
- * Moved changes for building windows DLL into separate patch
- * Fixed segfaults when passed malformed IP addresses
-
-1.0.3 2002-08-26
- * Added more changes for windows compatibility
- (Stanislaw Pusep)
- * Added benchmark program
-
-1.0.2 2002-08-21
- * Open database using "rb" for windows compatibility
- (Stanislaw Pusep)
- * Removed superfluous inet_ntop command (Stanislaw Pusep)
-
-1.0.1 2002-08-20
- * Fixed bug with resolving hostnames
- * More fixes for compiler warnings (Chris Gibbs)
- * Changed int to unsigned int in _is_ipaddr (Chris Gibbs)
-
-1.0.0 2002-08-12
- * Changed license to GPL
- * Don't perform Reverse DNS lookups on IP addresses
- * Only include getopt.h on Linux (OpenPKG patch)
- * Avoid the_license_key_str warning (OpenPKG patch)
- * Added license for March 2002 database
-
-0.3.0 2002-08-04
- * Added support for 'A2', Satellite Providers
-
-0.2.8 2002-07-30
- * Handle malformed input gracefully
- * Added section to README on Solaris workarounds
- * Added geoipupdate man page
-
-0.2.7 2002-07-27
- * Added section to README on automatic updates
- * link to socket library on solaris
-
-0.2.6 2002-07-25
- * optimized GeoIP_open (Chris Gibbs)
- * check for partial file read in GeoIP_open (Chris Gibbs)
- * optimized _addr_to_num() (Chris Gibbs)
- * changed write and read to send and recv for sockets
- * Only install GeoIP.conf and GeoIP.dat if not already installed
-
-0.2.5 2002-07-22
- * Added verbose option to GeoIP_update_database
-
-0.2.4 2002-07-22
- * Fix for GeoIP_update_database
-
-0.2.3 2002-07-22
- * Fixes for FreeBSD
- * All calls to malloc are checked for NULL pointer (Chris Gibbs)
- * Fixed spelling of "Kazakhstan" (Chris Gibbs)
- * Initialize cache_buf to NULL (Chris Gibbs)
- * More memory leak fixes (Chris Gibbs)
-
-0.2.2 2002-07-18
- * Added update database function
- * Fixed memory leak in GeoIP_new (Chris Gibbs)
-
-0.2.1 2002-07-03
- * Added support for anonymous proxies
-
-0.2.0 2002-06-23
- * Added new memory caching option for improved performance
-
-0.1.7 2002-05-29
- * Only add -lnsl for systems that support libnsl
- * Added decl for 3 letter country code array to GeoIP.h
-
-0.1.6 2002-05-25
- * Added 3 letter country code
-
-0.1.5 2002-05-23
- * Added -lnsl fixed compile errors
-
-0.1.4 2002-05-11
- * Fixed bugs in demo March 2002 database
-
-0.1.3 2002-04-21
- * Fixed bug related to signed int (Brian Grossman)
- * Better error handling when hostname not found
- * Fixed bug when netmask=32 for netblock
-
-0.1.2 2002-04-20
- * Added two new functions, GeoIP_country_id_by_addr
- and GeoIP_country_id_by_name.
- * Made GeoIP_country_code and GeoIP_country_name
- viewable outside of library, to be with with
- GeoIP_country_id_by_* functions.
-
-0.1.1 2002-04-07
- * GeoIP.h is now installed to includedir
- * constructor and destructor are now provided by
- GeoIP_new, GeoIP_open, and GeoIP_delete
-
-0.1.0 2002-04-07
- * Initial release
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80 deps/geoip/GeoIP.spec.in
@@ -1,80 +0,0 @@
-Name: @PACKAGE@
-Version: @VERSION@
-Summary: GeoIP is a C library finds the location of an IP address.
-Release: 1
-Group: System Environment/Libraries
-URL: http://www.maxmind.com/app/c
-Vendor: MaxMind LLC
-Source0: http://www.maxmind.com/download/geoip/api/c/GeoIP-%{version}.tar.gz
-License: GPL
-BuildRoot: %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-root
-
-%description
-GeoIP is a C library that enables the user to find geographical and
-network information of an IP address.
-Included is a free GeoLite Country database
-that is updated at the beginning of every month.
-To download the latest free GeoLite Country database, go to:
-http://www.maxmind.com/app/geoip_country
-
-There is also a free city-level geolocation database, GeoLite City,
-available from:
-http://www.maxmind.com/app/geolitecity
-
-%package devel
-Summary: GeoIP headers, libraries
-Group: Development/Libraries
-Requires: %name = %{version}
-
-%description devel
-This package contain the devel files for GeoIP.
-
-%prep
-%setup -q
-
-%build
-%configure
-make
-make check
-
-%install
-[ "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" != "/" ] && rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
-%makeinstall
-# Fixup permissions on shared libraries so that findreqs will work right.
-chmod 755 $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/%{_libdir}/*
-
-%clean
-[ "$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" != "/" ] && rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
-
-%post -p /sbin/ldconfig
-
-%postun -p /sbin/ldconfig
-
-%files
-%defattr(-,root,root)
-%doc AUTHORS COPYING ChangeLog README TODO
-%attr(0755,root,root) %{_libdir}/*.so.*.*
-%{_bindir}/*
-%{_sysconfdir}/*
-%dir %{_datadir}/GeoIP
-%{_datadir}/GeoIP/*
-%{_libdir}/*.so
-%{_mandir}/*/*
-
-%files devel
-%{_includedir}/*
-%{_libdir}/*.a
-%{_libdir}/*.la
-
-%changelog
-* Fri Apr 14 2006 Thomas Mather <tjmather@maxmind.com>
-- Updated description to reference free GeoLite City database
-
-* Thu Jul 7 2005 Thomas Mather <tjmather@maxmind.com>
-- Updated description to reflect monthly updates for free country database.
-
-* Mon Sep 8 2003 Dr. Peter Bieringer
-- Fix for RHL 9, created a new devel package definition.
-
-* Thu Feb 27 2003 Ryan Weaver <ryanw@falsehope.com>
-- Initial RPM Build
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183 deps/geoip/GeoIPWinDLL.patch
@@ -1,183 +0,0 @@
-Index: GeoIP.c
-===================================================================
-RCS file: /home/maxmind/geoip/c/libGeoIP/GeoIP.c,v
-retrieving revision 1.32
-retrieving revision 1.33
-diff -u -r1.32 -r1.33
---- GeoIP.c 25 Aug 2002 22:42:48 -0000 1.32
-+++ GeoIP.c 27 Aug 2002 06:50:02 -0000 1.33
-@@ -23,16 +23,24 @@
- #include <stdio.h>
- #include <stdlib.h>
- #include <string.h>
-+#ifndef _WIN32
- #include <netdb.h>
-+#endif /* _WIN32 */
- #include <assert.h>
- #include <sys/types.h> /* for fstat */
- #include <sys/stat.h> /* for fstat */
- #include "zlib.h"
- #include "time.h"
-
-+#ifndef _WIN32
-+#include <unistd.h>
- #include <netinet/in.h>
- #include <arpa/inet.h>
- #include <sys/socket.h>
-+#else
-+#include <io.h>
-+#include <windows.h>
-+#endif /* _WIN32 */
-
- #define COUNTRY_BEGIN 16776960;
- const int RECORD_LENGTH = 3;
-@@ -57,9 +65,66 @@
- const char *GeoIPUpdateHost = "updates.maxmind.com";
- const char *GeoIPHTTPRequest = "GET /app/update?license_key=%s HTTP/1.0\nHost: updates.maxmind.com\n\n";
-
-+#ifdef _WIN32
-+char * _dat_in_module_path () {
-+ HMODULE GeoIPdll;
-+ struct _stat st;
-+ int i;
-+ char * buf;
-+
-+ buf = (char *) malloc(MAX_PATH);
-+
-+ GeoIPdll = GetModuleHandle("GeoIP.dll");
-+ if (!GeoIPdll)
-+ {
-+ GeoIPdll = GetModuleHandle(NULL);
-+ if (!GeoIPdll)
-+ return NULL;
-+ }
-+ GetModuleFileName(GeoIPdll, buf, MAX_PATH);
-+ for (i = strlen(buf); (i >= 0) && (buf[i] != '\\'); i--);
-+ if (i)
-+ {
-+ buf[i] = '\0';
-+ strcat(buf, "\\");
-+ strcat(buf, GeoIPDBFileName);
-+ if (_stat(buf, &st) == 0)
-+ return buf;
-+ }
-+
-+ free(buf);
-+ return NULL;
-+}
-+
-+char * _dat_path_in_regkey () {
-+ DWORD lpdwDisposition, type, size = MAX_PATH;
-+ HKEY hkGeoIP;
-+ char * buf, * filename;
-+
-+ buf = (char *) malloc(MAX_PATH);
-+ filename = (char *) malloc(MAX_PATH);
-+
-+ if (RegCreateKeyEx(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, "SOFTWARE\\MaxMind\\GeoIP", 0, NULL, 0, KEY_ALL_ACCESS, NULL, &hkGeoIP, &lpdwDisposition) != ERROR_SUCCESS)
-+ return NULL;
-+ if (RegQueryValueEx(hkGeoIP, "DATADIR", 0, &type, buf, &size) != ERROR_SUCCESS)
-+ strcpy(buf, "%SystemRoot%\\SYSTEM32");
-+ if (RegSetValueEx(hkGeoIP, "DATADIR", 0, REG_EXPAND_SZ, buf, strlen(buf)) != ERROR_SUCCESS)
-+ return NULL;
-+ ExpandEnvironmentStrings(buf, filename, MAX_PATH);
-+
-+ free(buf);
-+ strcat(filename, "\\");
-+ strcat(filename, GeoIPDBFileName);
-+
-+ return filename;
-+}
-+#endif /* _WIN32 */
-+
- GeoIP* GeoIP_new (int flags) {
- char * filename;
- GeoIP * gi;
-+
-+#ifndef _WIN32
- filename = malloc(sizeof(char) * (strlen(DATADIR)+strlen(GeoIPDBFileName)+2));
- if (filename == NULL)
- return NULL;
-@@ -67,6 +132,17 @@
- strcat(filename, DATADIR);
- strcat(filename, "/");
- strcat(filename, GeoIPDBFileName);
-+#else
-+ filename = _dat_in_module_path();
-+ if (filename == NULL)
-+ filename = _dat_path_in_regkey();
-+ if (filename == NULL)
-+ {
-+ fprintf(stderr,"Unable to query registry for database location\n");
-+ return NULL;
-+ }
-+#endif /* _WIN32 */
-+
- gi = GeoIP_open (filename, flags);
- free(filename);
- return gi;
-@@ -96,7 +172,7 @@
- }
- gi->cache = (unsigned char *) malloc(sizeof(unsigned char) * buf.st_size);
- if (gi->cache != NULL) {
-- if (fread(gi->cache, sizeof(unsigned char), buf.st_size, gi->GeoIPDatabase) != buf.st_size) {
-+ if (fread(gi->cache, sizeof(unsigned char), buf.st_size, gi->GeoIPDatabase) != (unsigned) buf.st_size) {
- fprintf(stderr,"Error reading file %s\n",filename);
- free(gi->cache);
- free(gi);
-Index: GeoIP.h
-===================================================================
-RCS file: /home/maxmind/geoip/c/libGeoIP/GeoIP.h,v
-retrieving revision 1.19
-retrieving revision 1.20
-diff -u -r1.19 -r1.20
---- GeoIP.h 20 Aug 2002 00:52:00 -0000 1.19
-+++ GeoIP.h 27 Aug 2002 06:50:02 -0000 1.20
-@@ -45,25 +45,31 @@
- extern const char * GeoIP_country_name[246];
- extern const char * GeoIPConfFile;
-
--GeoIP* GeoIP_new(int flags);
--GeoIP* GeoIP_open(char * filename, int flags);
--void GeoIP_delete(GeoIP* gi);
--const char *GeoIP_country_code_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
--const char *GeoIP_country_code_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
--const char *GeoIP_country_code3_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
--const char *GeoIP_country_code3_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
--const char *GeoIP_country_name_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
--const char *GeoIP_country_name_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
--short int GeoIP_country_id_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
--short int GeoIP_country_id_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
-+#ifdef _WIN32
-+#define GEOIP_API __declspec(dllexport)
-+#else
-+#define GEOIP_API
-+#endif /* _WIN32 */
-
--char *GeoIP_database_info (GeoIP* gi);
--short int GeoIP_update_database (GeoIP* gi, char * license_key, int verbose);
-+GEOIP_API GeoIP* GeoIP_new(int flags);
-+GEOIP_API GeoIP* GeoIP_open(char * filename, int flags);
-+GEOIP_API void GeoIP_delete(GeoIP* gi);
-+GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_code_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
-+GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_code_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
-+GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_code3_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
-+GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_code3_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
-+GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_name_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
-+GEOIP_API const char *GeoIP_country_name_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
-+GEOIP_API short int GeoIP_country_id_by_addr (GeoIP* gi, const char *addr);
-+GEOIP_API short int GeoIP_country_id_by_name (GeoIP* gi, const char *host);
-
--int _seek_country (GeoIP* gi, const int offset, unsigned long ipnum, int depth);
--unsigned long _addr_to_num (const char *addr);
--unsigned long _h_addr_to_num (unsigned char *addr);
--short int _is_ipaddr (const char *name);
-+GEOIP_API char *GeoIP_database_info (GeoIP* gi);
-+GEOIP_API short int GeoIP_update_database (GeoIP* gi, char * license_key, int verbose);
-+
-+GEOIP_API int _seek_country (GeoIP* gi, const int offset, unsigned long ipnum, int depth);
-+GEOIP_API unsigned long _addr_to_num (const char *addr);
-+GEOIP_API unsigned long _h_addr_to_num (unsigned char *addr);
-
- #ifdef __cplusplus
- }
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365 deps/geoip/INSTALL
@@ -1,365 +0,0 @@
-Installation Instructions
-*************************
-
-Copyright (C) 1994, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005,
-2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
-
- Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification,
-are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright
-notice and this notice are preserved. This file is offered as-is,
-without warranty of any kind.
-
-Basic Installation
-==================
-
- Briefly, the shell commands `./configure; make; make install' should
-configure, build, and install this package. The following
-more-detailed instructions are generic; see the `README' file for
-instructions specific to this package. Some packages provide this
-`INSTALL' file but do not implement all of the features documented
-below. The lack of an optional feature in a given package is not
-necessarily a bug. More recommendations for GNU packages can be found
-in *note Makefile Conventions: (standards)Makefile Conventions.
-
- The `configure' shell script attempts to guess correct values for
-various system-dependent variables used during compilation. It uses
-those values to create a `Makefile' in each directory of the package.
-It may also create one or more `.h' files containing system-dependent
-definitions. Finally, it creates a shell script `config.status' that
-you can run in the future to recreate the current configuration, and a
-file `config.log' containing compiler output (useful mainly for
-debugging `configure').
-
- It can also use an optional file (typically called `config.cache'
-and enabled with `--cache-file=config.cache' or simply `-C') that saves
-the results of its tests to speed up reconfiguring. Caching is
-disabled by default to prevent problems with accidental use of stale
-cache files.
-
- If you need to do unusual things to compile the package, please try
-to figure out how `configure' could check whether to do them, and mail
-diffs or instructions to the address given in the `README' so they can
-be considered for the next release. If you are using the cache, and at
-some point `config.cache' contains results you don't want to keep, you
-may remove or edit it.
-
- The file `configure.ac' (or `configure.in') is used to create
-`configure' by a program called `autoconf'. You need `configure.ac' if
-you want to change it or regenerate `configure' using a newer version
-of `autoconf'.
-
- The simplest way to compile this package is:
-
- 1. `cd' to the directory containing the package's source code and type
- `./configure' to configure the package for your system.
-
- Running `configure' might take a while. While running, it prints
- some messages telling which features it is checking for.
-
- 2. Type `make' to compile the package.
-
- 3. Optionally, type `make check' to run any self-tests that come with
- the package, generally using the just-built uninstalled binaries.
-
- 4. Type `make install' to install the programs and any data files and
- documentation. When installing into a prefix owned by root, it is
- recommended that the package be configured and built as a regular
- user, and only the `make install' phase executed with root
- privileges.
-
- 5. Optionally, type `make installcheck' to repeat any self-tests, but
- this time using the binaries in their final installed location.
- This target does not install anything. Running this target as a
- regular user, particularly if the prior `make install' required
- root privileges, verifies that the installation completed
- correctly.
-
- 6. You can remove the program binaries and object files from the
- source code directory by typing `make clean'. To also remove the
- files that `configure' created (so you can compile the package for
- a different kind of computer), type `make distclean'. There is
- also a `make maintainer-clean' target, but that is intended mainly
- for the package's developers. If you use it, you may have to get
- all sorts of other programs in order to regenerate files that came
- with the distribution.
-
- 7. Often, you can also type `make uninstall' to remove the installed
- files again. In practice, not all packages have tested that
- uninstallation works correctly, even though it is required by the
- GNU Coding Standards.
-
- 8. Some packages, particularly those that use Automake, provide `make
- distcheck', which can by used by developers to test that all other
- targets like `make install' and `make uninstall' work correctly.
- This target is generally not run by end users.
-
-Compilers and Options
-=====================
-
- Some systems require unusual options for compilation or linking that
-the `configure' script does not know about. Run `./configure --help'
-for details on some of the pertinent environment variables.
-
- You can give `configure' initial values for configuration parameters
-by setting variables in the command line or in the environment. Here
-is an example:
-
- ./configure CC=c99 CFLAGS=-g LIBS=-lposix
-
- *Note Defining Variables::, for more details.
-
-Compiling For Multiple Architectures
-====================================
-
- You can compile the package for more than one kind of computer at the
-same time, by placing the object files for each architecture in their
-own directory. To do this, you can use GNU `make'. `cd' to the
-directory where you want the object files and executables to go and run
-the `configure' script. `configure' automatically checks for the
-source code in the directory that `configure' is in and in `..'. This
-is known as a "VPATH" build.
-
- With a non-GNU `make', it is safer to compile the package for one
-architecture at a time in the source code directory. After you have
-installed the package for one architecture, use `make distclean' before
-reconfiguring for another architecture.
-
- On MacOS X 10.5 and later systems, you can create libraries and
-executables that work on multiple system types--known as "fat" or
-"universal" binaries--by specifying multiple `-arch' options to the
-compiler but only a single `-arch' option to the preprocessor. Like
-this:
-
- ./configure CC="gcc -arch i386 -arch x86_64 -arch ppc -arch ppc64" \
- CXX="g++ -arch i386 -arch x86_64 -arch ppc -arch ppc64" \
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