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Re: Regression in svnserve: IPv6 causes IPv4 not to work [was: Branching for 1.3.]

From: Nicolás Lichtmaier <nick_at_reloco.com.ar>
Date: 2005-09-22 16:35:26 CEST

> My attached patch differs from his that users must explicitely
> enable IPv6 if they want svnserve to listen on an IPv6 socket. It passes
> the svncheck and svncheck6 (using --ipv6) on OpenBSD/i386 -current.
> Existing IPv6 users of svnserve have to add --ipv6 as option to
> svnserve, so for them this patch is a regression.

IMO this is not correct. The ipv6 API is designed so that its use is
automatic, and people get IPv6 without even knowing about it. Yes, there
have been issues now and then, and some programs included a "ipv4-only"
switch. But the default should always be the future proof solution. I
then propose a "--ipv4-only" switch that could be used when people with
weird configurations have trouble...

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