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#10 fixed Export the same variables from all innshellvars instances eagle eagle
Description

The different implementations of innshellvars currently use different names for the same variables (SPOOLBASE, for example, in the shell version). We should standardize so that everyone uses the same name for the same thing and everyone exports the same variables.

This will break backward compatibility, so needs to be done in a major release.

#126 fixed INN 2.4.5 crashing with Perl 5.8.9 eagle jeff
Description

When INN 2.4.5 (but not 2.4.3), is compiled with perl support using Perl 5.8.9 (but not 5.8.8 or 5.10.0), innd crashes at startup. Both reports come from users with FreeBSD (one running 6.x and one running 7.1-p2).

gdb of the innd core shows:

#0  0x281bbd90 in Perl_doing_taint () from .../perl5/5.8.9/mach/CORE/libperl.so
#1  0x281bbdd4 in Perl_sys_init3 () from .../perl5/5.8.9/mach/CORE/libperl.so
#2  0x08090e74 in PERLsetup ()
#3  0x0805c088 in main ()

Reported separately by Marc G. Fournier and Michael Grimm.

#102 fixed Improve checkgroups semantics in control.ctl eagle Julien ÉLIE
Description

According to control.ctl man page:

The third argument for a line affecting checkgroups does not affect whether the line matches. It is only used after a matching line is found, to filter out which newsgroups listed in the checkgroups will be processed. This means that a line like:

checkgroups:*:*binaries*:drop

will cause all checkgroups control messages to be dropped unless they match a line after this one in control.ctl, not just ignore newsgroups containing binaries in the name. The general rule is to never use * in the second field for a line matching checkgroups messages. There is unfortunately no way to do what the author of a line like the above probably intended to do (yet).

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