Unused parameters in the client.
Need <termios.h> for tcdrain().
Fix handling on full pipe to client in bird. Prevent packet overflowsfor even only medium sized route table output. Fix a strange garbledoutput problem in the client. The latter seems to be caused by somelibrary doing tcflush while there is still command output pending. So...
Small change to compile client on FreeBSD.
Don't use obsolete functions which are no longer declared in the header.
Fixed <time.h> vs. <sys/time.h> problems.
Use our own SUN_LEN if libc doesn't provide it.
Use SUN_LEN() for length of UNIX domain addresses. This should fix problemswith connection to clients on libc5 machines.
Both `help' command and the `unknown command' error message now tellthe user to press `?' if he wants help.
Updated all the Doc files to new format.
Delay user input whereever appropriate.
Use PATH_CONTROL_SOCKET instead of tacking on "bird.ctl" manually.
Added skeleton Doc files for the whole developer's documentation.
Use xmalloc() instead of malloc().
Introduced `ARRAY_SIZE' macro to replace all the sizeof(a)/sizeof(*a) constructs.
Include "lib/string.h" instead of <string.h>. It should give us bzero()and other non-portable functions on all systems.
Add internal commands of the client to the command list.
Commands which failed expansions are to be stored to history, too.
No longer echoes commands before sending them.
Fixed display of short continued messages in verbose mode.
Support expansion of command abbreviations.
Client considered finished (modulo bugs).
Completion works. Unfortunately, we have to access a couple of internalsymbols of libreadline :-(
Client: Online help works (Cisco style: just press `?' at the end of a line).
First usable version of the client. No command completion and similar niftyfeatures yet, but it works.
Configure, link and use the readline library.
Put client on a stony ground. The whole client is going to be system-specific(the current version UNIX-specific) anyway, so it's useless to try splitting itto sysdep and generic part. Instead of this, configure script decides (based onsystem type and user's wish) what (if any) client should be built and what...
Generate a list of all commands and their help texts for the client to use.
Added skeleton of the client. Does nothing, but at least compiles.