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1 a note to committers about KAME tree 2 $FreeBSD: releng/6.0/sys/netinet6/README 62648 2000-07-05 19:05:19Z itojun $ 3 KAME project 4 5 6 FreeBSD IPv6/IPsec tree is from KAMEproject (http://www.kame.net/). 7 To synchronize KAME tree and FreeBSD better today and in the future, 8 please understand the following: 9 10 - DO NOT MAKE COSTMETIC CHANGES. 11 "Cosmetic changes" here includes tabify, untabify, removal of space at EOL, 12 minor KNF items, and whatever adds more output lines on "diff freebsd kame". 13 To make future synchronization easier. it is critical to preserve certain 14 statements in the code. Also, as KAME tree supports all 4 BSDs (Free, Open, 15 Net, BSD/OS) in single shared tree, it is not always possible to backport 16 FreeBSD changes into KAME tree. So again, please do not make cosmetic 17 changes. Even if you think it a right thing, that will bite KAME guys badly 18 during upgrade attempts, and prevent us from synchronizing two trees. 19 (you don't usually make cosmetic changes against third-party code, do you?) 20 21 - REPORT CHANGES/BUGS TO KAME GUYS. 22 It is not always possible for KAME guys to watch all the freebsd mailing 23 list traffic, as the traffic is HUGE. So if possible, please, inform 24 kame guys of changes you made in IPv6/IPsec related portion. Contact 25 path would be email@example.com or KAME PR database on www.kame.net. 26 (or to firstname.lastname@example.org if it is necessary to make it confidential) 27 28 Thank you for your cooperation and have a happy IPv6 life! 29 30 31 Note: KAME-origin code is in the following locations. 32 The above notice applies to corresponding manpages too. 33 The list may not be complete. If you see $KAME$ in the code, it is from 34 KAME distribution. If you see some file that is IPv6/IPsec related, it is 35 highly possible that the file is from KAME distribution. 36 37 include/ifaddrs.h 38 lib/libc/net 39 lib/libc/net/getaddrinfo.c 40 lib/libc/net/getifaddrs.c 41 lib/libc/net/getnameinfo.c 42 lib/libc/net/ifname.c 43 lib/libc/net/ip6opt.c 44 lib/libc/net/map_v4v6.c 45 lib/libc/net/name6.c 46 lib/libftpio 47 lib/libipsec 48 sbin/ip6fw 49 sbin/ping6 50 sbin/rtsol 51 share/doc/IPv6 52 share/man/man4/ip6.4 53 share/man/man4/inet6.4 54 sys/crypto (except sys/crypto/rc4) 55 sys/kern/uipc_mbuf2.c 56 sys/net/if_faith.[ch] 57 sys/net/if_gif.[ch] 58 sys/net/if_stf.[ch] 59 sys/net/pfkeyv2.h 60 sys/netinet/icmp6.h 61 sys/netinet/in_gif.[ch] 62 sys/netinet/ip6.h 63 sys/netinet/ip_encap.[ch] 64 sys/netinet6 65 sys/netkey 66 usr.sbin/faithd 67 usr.sbin/gifconfig 68 usr.sbin/ifmcstat 69 usr.sbin/mld6query 70 usr.sbin/ndp 71 usr.sbin/pim6dd 72 usr.sbin/pim6sd 73 usr.sbin/prefix 74 usr.sbin/rip6query 75 usr.sbin/route6d 76 usr.sbin/rrenumd 77 usr.sbin/rtadvd 78 usr.sbin/rtsold 79 usr.sbin/scope6config 80 usr.sbin/setkey 81 usr.sbin/traceroute6
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