[isf-wifidog] Wifidog rewrite and protocol v2

Philippe April isf_lists at philippeapril.com
Mer 26 Mar 13:34:26 EDT 2008

Ok. I personally think that this time we should just have a good  
interface for the required methods, and try to #ifdef... we'll see!

On 26-Mar-08, at 12:38 PM, David Young wrote:

> On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 06:19:23PM -0400, Philippe April wrote:
>> Then I think we'll need to work together! The don't see why your work
>> shouldn't be in the distributed version (with proper #ifdef inside  
>> for
>> each platform).
>> Can you tell me where I can find your patchset so I start taking a  
>> look?
> Sure.  For diffs between my WiFiDog vendor branch (imported 19 October
> 2007) and my WiFiDog sources,
> svn diff http://svn.cuwireless.net/svn/cuw/vendor/wifidog/2007-10-19 \
> http://svn.cuwireless.net/svn/cuw/trunk/extern-src/wifidog
> That diff will contain a mixture of the BSD port, bug fixes,
> const-ification, and cosmetic changes to make consistent whitespace
> and such.  It may be best to create an individual diff for each change
> in the revision history.  I can help you with that.
> At http://svn.cuwireless.net/svn/cuw/trunk/src/wifidog/ is my PF  
> firewall
> code, my Makefiles, and the 'wdi' script that I use to insert/extract
> information such as ARP tables on NetBSD.
> BTW, I tried to avoid #ifdef by moving compatibility code into OS- 
> specific
> source modules, but I did not get very far with that.
> Dave
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