./net/statzone, DNS zone file analyzer targeted at TLD zones

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.0.3, Package name: statzone-1.0.3, Maintainer: fcambus

StatZone is a DNS zone file analyzer targeted at TLD zones.

After analyzing a zone, it returns counts for: IPv4 and IPv6 glue records,
NS records (total and uniques), DS records, DNSSEC signed domains, IDNs
domains, and total number of domains.


Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers] [devel/uthash]

Master sites:

SHA1: e88107364bb2697548fac0b42f73fd6cbd98c447
RMD160: 5d515a749e6ff74000f5c7172dae12da5598eae4
Filesize: 17.681 KB

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   2020-07-06 17:26:46 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
statzone: update to 1.0.3.

StatZone 1.0.3 (2020-07-06)

- Remove some unneeded seccomp related includes
- Validate architectures for seccomp
- Add seccomp support on i386, tested on glibc and musl
- Use __NR_ instead of SYS_ prefix in #if defined checks
   2020-06-10 19:43:37 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
statzone: update to 1.0.2.

StatZone 1.0.2 (2020-06-10)

- Use CLOCK_REALTIME if CLOCK_MONOTONIC is not available
- Remove unneeded <sys/select.h> include
- Define _GNU_SOURCE in CMakeLists.txt to avoid cluttering source files
- Allow the openat and write syscalls, they are used on glibc systems
- No need to set HAVE_SECCOMP to 1, defining it is enough
- Introduce the displaySummary() function, and use it to print summary
- Move elapsed time calculation in the displaySummary() function
- Add a signal handler for SIGINFO, to display progression on
  supported platforms
- Do not use intermediate variable to calculate elapsed time
- Remove now useless runtime member from the results structure
   2020-05-08 11:32:41 by Frederic Cambus | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
net/statzone: import statzone-1.0.1.

StatZone is a DNS zone file analyzer targeted at TLD zones.

After analyzing a zone, it returns counts for: IPv4 and IPv6 glue records,
NS records (total and uniques), DS records, DNSSEC signed domains, IDNs
domains, and total number of domains.