[issue1691] LAST CALL FOR TEST: Re: Suggestion: Removal of BIND from base / Import alternative DNS Library ldns / import dig replacement drill
Jan.Lentfer at web.de
Sun Apr 11 21:28:22 PDT 2010
Aggelos Economopoulos (via DragonFly issue tracker) schrieb:
Aggelos Economopoulos <aoiko at cc.ece.ntua.gr> added the comment:
YONETANI Tomokazu wrote:
On Fri, Apr 09, 2010 at 08:23:59AM +0200, Jan Lentfer wrote:
Ok, I removed the last commit and edited 7c704b13 to contain that. Also
reverte the removal of rndcontrol from 22a6bbb1. I would be very thankful
if you gut look at it again.
Thanks, I've done a full buildworld/installworld/upgrade onto one of
my laptops and it went flawlessly.
One thing I miss from `host' command is its terseness in the output.
$ host www.dragonflybsd.org
www.dragonflybsd.org is an alias for leaf.dragonflybsd.org.
leaf.dragonflybsd.org has address 126.96.36.199
leaf.dragonflybsd.org mail is handled by 10 leaf.dragonflybsd.org.
`host -v' gives you a similar output as drill does. Drill does have
-Q(quiet) option, but it's too shy to show me anything no matter what
it finds or not, not even the return code :)
$ drill -Q www.dragonflybsd.org; echo $?
$ drill -Q www.dargonflybsd.org; echo $?
I can write an alias or a shell function to cope with the verboseness,
but maybe we could modify the behavior of -Q to show something rather
Perhaps we can provide a 'host' script that generates mostly-compatible
output using drill in the background?
It should be possible to hack drill.c to add another option like '-h'
that provides a host like output I'd guess. The "-Q" option does not
look very overthough, so :-)
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