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ifupdown (0.8.18) unstable; urgency=medium [ Svante Signell ] * Makefile: Add removal of tests/*/state.* directories in the clean target. * Update testcases for GNU/Hurd. [ Guus Sliepen ] * Use dynamically allocated strings for filenames. This avoids using PATH_MAX, which caused a FTBFS on Hurd. Based on Svante's patch. Closes: #845140 * Fix some memory leaks. * Improve error messages. * Always immediately quit when running out of memory. -- Guus Sliepen <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 11 Jan 2017 20:43:06 +0100
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commit 792a553227b06deb49447da1468968470f66e347 Author: Guus Sliepen
Date: Mon Jan 30 14:00:59 2017 +0100 Fix the exit code of ifquery --state. Closes: #852976 Make it so do_state() returns a boolean, where true signifies success. commit 544acdd4efabbb2bfaff79516d8fda9356bcf01e Author: Guus Sliepen Date: Mon Jan 16 23:02:37 2017 +0100 First stab at pattern matching interfaces. When building the list of interfaces to act upon, ifup/ifdown will now expand interfaces with a slash in the name differently. The final goal is to allow the following form: [variable]/pattern[/options] At the moment however, only the following form is handled: /pattern When the above form is encountered, it looks at the list of interfaces known by the kernel, and uses fnmatch() to match each of those against the pattern. Any matches are acted upon. It is also still possible to specify which logical interface to use for any matching real interfaces. So for example: auto /eth*=eth iface eth inet dhcp Will match any real interface whose name starts with eth, and uses the "iface eth" stanza to configure that interface. Slashes are not allowed in interface names (at least not on Linux), so there is no need to worry about backward compatibility.