[Olsr-cvs] olsrd-current/lib/secure/src olsrd_secure.c,1.30,1.31

Bernd Petrovitsch (spam-protected)
Thu Nov 29 01:49:44 CET 2007

Update of /cvsroot/olsrd/olsrd-current/lib/secure/src
In directory sc8-pr-cvs3.sourceforge.net:/tmp/cvs-serv16024/lib/secure/src

Modified Files:
Log Message:
Major Changes:
- renamed "struct local_hna_entry" to "struct ip_prefix_list" since
  it is exactly that. Renamed the functions in src/local_hna_set.{c,h}
  in the same way.
- each IPv4 and IPv6 function pairs in src/local_hna_set.{c,h} is
  called from the same place and have the same signature. So I
  condensed each of them.
- Since we have only 3 functions left in src/local_hna_set.{c,h}
  and they are used for the configuration, the .h file is now part
  of src/olsr_cfg.h and the ,c file of src/cfgparser/olsrd_conf.c.
- replaced "struct ipc_net" with "struct ip_prefix_list" since it
  serves the same purpose as the "struct ip_prefix_list"
- replaced "struct ipc_host" with "struct ip_prefix_list" since it
  serves the same purpose as the "struct ip_prefix_list" and is
  just a special case. No need to duplicate code etc.
- removed "union hna_netmask" from src/olsr_types since we use the
  prefix_len everywhere (and that is an olsr_u8_t in several other
  That implies changes and simplifications in the code handling
  them (since the IPv4 is similar to IPv6).
- the config file parser now understands for IPv4 addresses also
- On the output side, the patch generates only "/$prefix" which
  kills code since it is the same as the IPv6 handling.
- There are some netmask conversions left (mainly in the plugins)
  but that be cleaned up afterwards.
- extracted ip{,4,6}{cmp,equal} and formatting functions from
  net_olsr.{c,h} into src/ipcalc.{c,h} since net_olsr.h became
  IMHO to much of a "put anything in there".
- renamed "sockaddr_to_string()" to "sockaddr4_to_string()"
  since it is exactly that (unless I'm missing something).

Minor Changes:
- lib/httpinfo/src/admin_html.h contained just some variable
  definitions so it is now integrated in the only user:
- olsrd_dot_draw.c got rid of two indicator variables if
  a socket is valid or not. Since sockets may use "-1" as the
  "not open", "invalid" value, there is no need for two more
- and the dot_draw plugin is somewhat smaller and easier to read.
- const'ified some functions

Index: olsrd_secure.c
RCS file: /cvsroot/olsrd/olsrd-current/lib/secure/src/olsrd_secure.c,v
retrieving revision 1.30
retrieving revision 1.31
diff -C2 -d -r1.30 -r1.31
*** olsrd_secure.c	16 Nov 2007 22:56:54 -0000	1.30
--- olsrd_secure.c	29 Nov 2007 00:49:42 -0000	1.31
*** 55,58 ****
--- 55,59 ----
  #include "defs.h"
+ #include "ipcalc.h"
  #include "olsr.h"
  #include "socket_parser.h"

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