nsd+CRLF = confusing error messages
miek at miek.nl
Mon Mar 27 19:02:37 UTC 2006
[On 27 Mar, @19:58, Arnt Gulbrandsen wrote in "nsd+CRLF = confusing error mes ..."]
> I think it would be better if nsd accepts CRLF as well as LF as line ending.
> Not because it's such a great idea to use Windows, but because at
> present the error messages are a little misleading.
> zonec: reading zone "beispiel.de".
> primary/db.beispiel.de:1: error: invalid TTL value: 86400
> primary/db.beispiel.de:7: error: syntax error
> primary/db.beispiel.de:11: error: RR before SOA skipped
> primary/db.beispiel.de:13: error: RR before SOA skipped
> zonec: processed 0 RRs in "beispiel.de".
> I suspect it's easier to accept CRLF than to generate a less misleading
> error message ;)
I have no access to windows (at least no to one where I can develop
and compile), but this change should be as easy as changing the
zlexer.lex, line 75:
does that work for you?
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