[quagga-dev 3661] Re: 0.98.4 bug report: files ospf_opaque.c, ospf_vty.c and ospf6_asbr.c

Hasso Tepper hasso at estpak.ee
Sun Sep 18 10:28:57 BST 2005


Andrew J. Schorr wrote:
> But this still leaves some questions.  For example, in ospf6_asbr.c,
> we have:
> 
>  { "X", "K", "C", "S", "R", "R", "O", "O", "I", "B", "H", "?" };
> 
> but in ospf6d/ospf6_zebra.c, we have:
> 
>  { "X", "K", "C", "S", "r", "R", "o", "O", "I", "B" };
> 
> Is there a clear convention on whether rip and ospf should be lower-case
> (as opposed to upper-case ripng and ospf6)?

This is the only place where lowercase is used and it really doesn't even
matter here, ospf6d have no chance to see IPv4 routes (yet ;). So, go
uppercase.


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Hasso Tepper
Elion Enterprises Ltd.
WAN administrator



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