|2017-02-28 08:34:29 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) ||
Log message: Updated sessreg to 1.1.1. Egbert Eich (1): Use off_t instead of long to make largefile support work Emil Velikov (1): autogen.sh: use quoted string variables Matt Turner (1): sessreg 1.1.1 Mihail Konev (1): autogen: add default patch prefix Peter Hutterer (1): autogen.sh: use exec instead of waiting for configure to finish Stefan Dirsch (1): Pass -P to the preprocessor when generating filenames for the manpage.
|2016-04-07 15:34:13 by Tobias Nygren | Files touched by this commit (3)|
Log message: actually, just passing -P to cpp(1) to inhibit linemarkers when using GCC is sufficient and avoids patch and tool dependency on tradcpp. Gleaned from FreeBSD ports.
|2016-04-07 15:21:38 by Tobias Nygren | Files touched by this commit (3)|
Log message: Use tradcpp(1) for preprocessing sed script which is not actually C code. Fixes build with gcc5. (sed: 3: filenames.sed: unescaped newline inside substitute pattern)
|2016-04-07 12:18:08 by Tobias Nygren | Files touched by this commit (1)|
Log message: g/c stale comment
|2015-11-04 04:29:14 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (670)|
Log message: Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for x11 category Problems found locating distfiles: Package modular-xorg-server: missing distfile xorg-server-1.17.4.tar.bz2 Package py-qt4: missing distfile PyQt-mac-gpl-4.11.1.tar.gz Package xservers: missing distfile xservers-220.127.116.11.tar.bz2 Package xview-clients: missing distfile xview3.2p1-X11R6.tar.gz Package xview-lib: missing distfile xview3.2p1-X11R6.tar.gz Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden). All existing SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.
|2015-05-02 12:27:31 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)|
Log message: Needs xproto-7.0.25 (found in 6.0 bulk build)
|2015-01-20 10:22:06 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) ||
Log message: Update to 1.1.0: sessreg is used by display managers such as xdm and gdm to record X sessions in utmp, wtmp, and lastlog files. This release attempts to clean up some inconsistencies around the handling of the various files. Long long ago, Unix systems had a utmp file to record who was currently logged in, and a wtmp file to record login history. Long ago, extended versions of the files & APIs for them were standardized as utmpx and wtmpx. sessreg attempted to deal with all of the variants, including several other BSD vs. SysV differences beyond those listed above. Previously, sessreg 1.0.x would check for both the original and extended API's. If the extended API's were available, sessreg would compile in support for utmp, utmpx, & wtmpx, but not wtmp. Now it compiles in only utmpx & wtmpx support -- or, on ancient systems, only utmp & wtmp support. Previously, sessreg 1.0.x would allow callers to specify the paths to the utmp & wtmp files via -u & -w flags, and xdm defaulted to passing them until very recently. If these flags were passed, sessreg would use them as paths to the original API's and disable the extended API's. Due to the above, this would completely disable wtmp entries, since that code was not compiled in if wtmpx support was available. If a utmpx file path was passed to -u, sessreg would write to it with utmp API's, which could corrupt it. This especially screwed up Solaris, which has dropped the old files, but maps the old API's to write the new format to the new files. Now if -u & -w are passed to sessreg build with extended file support, they are used with the extended file API's. Alan Coopersmith (9): configure: Drop AM_MAINTAINER_MODE autogen.sh: Honor NOCONFIGURE=1 Print which option was in error along with usage message Zero initialize struct utmpx, as we already do for struct utmp If both utmp & utmpx interfaces are available, just use utmpx Stop disabling utmpx & wtmpx calls when -u & -w arguments are passed Attempt to modernize and better disentangle utmp vs. utmpx in the man page Include utmp.h if present, even if we're using utmpx interfaces sessreg 1.1.0
|2013-02-11 10:18:46 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4) ||
Log message: Update to 1.0.8: Alan Coopersmith (4): Fix some clang warnings about implicit conversions Combine usage message into a single string Add -V option to print version number sessreg 1.0.8 Ed Schouten (3): Place NetBSD specific #defines in the proper place. Make the `line' variable local to main(). Remove dubious code. Thomas Klausner (1): Fix compilation on NetBSD - undefined *TMPX paths