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Good day.

A while back I used Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6, then v1.02, and made some additions and fixes for my own purposes. I thought the mods might be useful to the public, so I emailed the author the diff and a description of my changes (see below). After some time, I tried another email address, but to date I have not received a reply.

I thought it might be helpful to up the version and upload it to PAUSE myself. The package is now in authors/id/P/PM/PMV/Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.03_1.tar.gz (I had to fix the versions again). It is not my intention to grab credit or take over the module; I am simply submitting my code for due process of review and for general use.

I hope this is the right thing to do. Also, if there is anything else to be done, please advise.
From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas)
Subject: Re: ICMPv6 patches
To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org
Cc: perl@gomor.org
Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:21:49 +0800


Good day. Just writing in case you forgot about this. Any thoughts? Is
my patch acceptable? Would you like to integrate any changes back to
CPAN yourself, or would you prefer I upload to PAUSE?

Please advise, thanks.

pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) writes:
From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas)
Subject: ICMPv6 patches
To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 15:20:35 +0800
Good day.

I've been looking at your wrappers for ICMPv6, but realized that you didn't implement router messages (Router Advertisments and Router Solicits), so I decided to write those, based on your code. Figured might as well contrib back to CPAN. My PAUSE application is taking a while it seems, so I thought I'd email you first. Attached is the patch to ICMPv6-1.02, tested against live ICMPv6 dumps.

Included in the patch are wrappers for RA and RSol, additional flag and option constants in ICMPv6.pm, and a fix to the existing NeighborAdvertisement flag values -- I made the flag values ascending, as they are in the actual messages, and considering the way you pack() them. Was there a reason you wrote it otherwise? I hope you find my code acceptable.

In RA, the following flags are reflected as specified by the indicated RFCs.
RA Option Bit | Description | Reference |
+---------------+---------------------------------------+-----------+
0 | M - Managed Address Configuration | [RFC4861] |
Flag | |
1 | O - Other Configuration Flag | [RFC4861] |
2 | H - Mobile IPv6 Home Agent Flag | [RFC3775] |
3 | Prf - Router Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] |
4 | Prf - Router Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] |
5 | P - Neighbor Discovery Proxy Flag | [RFC4389] |

Note that I implemented Router Selection Preferences as one flag for each of the four possible values (RFC 4191) -- they are not really flags but values. If you have a better idea for this let me know.

Lastly in Option.pm, I subtract two bytes (for the type and length fields) from the length value from the message before further reading that number of bytes for the option value. You'll find that this is the correct behavior.

It might also be useful to write wrappers for the various ICMP options, such as RA Prefix Information, in the future. Right now they have to be manually constructed. If you want, I can work on that.

I'm not sure how you prefer to have author tags in code, so I'll leave that for you to decide. Assuming it's accepted, just put my name and email I guess.

Cheers.
--
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Software Engineer
InfoWeapons Corporation

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  • Brian d foy at Sep 28, 2009 at 8:34 pm
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    In article (Paolo Vanni
    M. Veˆ±egas) wrote:
    A while back I used Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6, then v1.02, and made some
    additions and fixes for my own purposes. I thought the mods might be useful
    to the public, so I emailed the author the diff and a description of my
    changes (see below). After some time, I tried another email address, but to
    date I have not received a reply.
    Would you like to take over the module so you can upload changes?
  • Steffen Mueller at Sep 28, 2009 at 8:44 pm
    Dear Patrice, dear Paolo,

    Patrice, please have a look at the following mail from Paolo. He'd like
    to contribute to your Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6 module on CPAN. Would
    you be interested in a cooperation? Would you like Paolo to do a release
    (including indexing by PAUSE) for you? Please get back to us with at
    least a short message.

    Paolo, given that Patrice's most recent release to CPAN is just two
    months back, he might be generally available but simply busy.

    Best regards,
    Steffen
    (for the PAUSE admins)

    (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) wrote:
    Good day.

    A while back I used Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6, then v1.02, and made some
    additions and fixes for my own purposes. I thought the mods might be
    useful to the public, so I emailed the author the diff and a
    description of my changes (see below). After some time, I tried
    another email address, but to date I have not received a reply.

    I thought it might be helpful to up the version and upload it to
    PAUSE myself. The package is now in
    authors/id/P/PM/PMV/Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.03_1.tar.gz (I had to
    fix the versions again). It is not my intention to grab credit or
    take over the module; I am simply submitting my code for due process
    of review and for general use.

    I hope this is the right thing to do. Also, if there is anything else
    to be done, please advise.
    From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) Subject:
    Re: ICMPv6 patches To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org Cc: perl@gomor.org
    Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:21:49 +0800


    Good day. Just writing in case you forgot about this. Any thoughts?
    Is my patch acceptable? Would you like to integrate any changes
    back to CPAN yourself, or would you prefer I upload to PAUSE?

    Please advise, thanks.

    pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) writes:
    From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) Subject:
    ICMPv6 patches To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009
    15:20:35 +0800 Good day.

    I've been looking at your wrappers for ICMPv6, but realized that
    you didn't implement router messages (Router Advertisments and
    Router Solicits), so I decided to write those, based on your
    code. Figured might as well contrib back to CPAN. My PAUSE
    application is taking a while it seems, so I thought I'd email
    you first. Attached is the patch to ICMPv6-1.02, tested against
    live ICMPv6 dumps.

    Included in the patch are wrappers for RA and RSol, additional
    flag and option constants in ICMPv6.pm, and a fix to the existing
    NeighborAdvertisement flag values -- I made the flag values
    ascending, as they are in the actual messages, and considering
    the way you pack() them. Was there a reason you wrote it
    otherwise? I hope you find my code acceptable.

    In RA, the following flags are reflected as specified by the
    indicated RFCs.
    RA Option Bit | Description |
    Reference |
    +---------------+---------------------------------------+-----------+
    0 | M - Managed Address Configuration |
    [RFC4861] | | | Flag
    1 | O - Other Configuration Flag
    [RFC4861] | | 2 | H - Mobile IPv6 Home Agent Flag
    [RFC3775] | | 3 | Prf - Router Selection
    Preferences | [RFC4191] | | 4 | Prf - Router
    Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] | | 5 | P -
    Neighbor Discovery Proxy Flag | [RFC4389] |


    Note that I implemented Router Selection Preferences as one flag
    for each of the four possible values (RFC 4191) -- they are not
    really flags but values. If you have a better idea for this let
    me know.

    Lastly in Option.pm, I subtract two bytes (for the type and
    length fields) from the length value from the message before
    further reading that number of bytes for the option value. You'll
    find that this is the correct behavior.

    It might also be useful to write wrappers for the various ICMP
    options, such as RA Prefix Information, in the future. Right now
    they have to be manually constructed. If you want, I can work on
    that.

    I'm not sure how you prefer to have author tags in code, so I'll
    leave that for you to decide. Assuming it's accepted, just put my
    name and email I guess.

    Cheers.
  • GomoR at Sep 29, 2009 at 3:40 am
    Hi,

    I don't remember having received any patches for
    Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6 module ;)

    Anyhow, give me your patch, and I'll integrate it ASAP, if it
    fits correctly with my module philosophy.

    On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 10:44:37PM +0200, Steffen Mueller wrote:
    Dear Patrice, dear Paolo,

    Patrice, please have a look at the following mail from Paolo. He'd like
    to contribute to your Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6 module on CPAN. Would
    you be interested in a cooperation? Would you like Paolo to do a release
    (including indexing by PAUSE) for you? Please get back to us with at
    least a short message.

    Paolo, given that Patrice's most recent release to CPAN is just two
    months back, he might be generally available but simply busy.

    Best regards,
    Steffen
    (for the PAUSE admins)

    (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) wrote:
    Good day.

    A while back I used Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6, then v1.02, and made some
    additions and fixes for my own purposes. I thought the mods might be
    useful to the public, so I emailed the author the diff and a
    description of my changes (see below). After some time, I tried
    another email address, but to date I have not received a reply.

    I thought it might be helpful to up the version and upload it to
    PAUSE myself. The package is now in
    authors/id/P/PM/PMV/Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.03_1.tar.gz (I had to
    fix the versions again). It is not my intention to grab credit or
    take over the module; I am simply submitting my code for due process
    of review and for general use.

    I hope this is the right thing to do. Also, if there is anything else
    to be done, please advise.
    From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) Subject:
    Re: ICMPv6 patches To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org Cc: perl@gomor.org
    Date: Tue, 14 Jul 2009 09:21:49 +0800


    Good day. Just writing in case you forgot about this. Any thoughts?
    Is my patch acceptable? Would you like to integrate any changes
    back to CPAN yourself, or would you prefer I upload to PAUSE?

    Please advise, thanks.

    pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) writes:
    From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas) Subject:
    ICMPv6 patches To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009
    15:20:35 +0800 Good day.

    I've been looking at your wrappers for ICMPv6, but realized that
    you didn't implement router messages (Router Advertisments and
    Router Solicits), so I decided to write those, based on your
    code. Figured might as well contrib back to CPAN. My PAUSE
    application is taking a while it seems, so I thought I'd email
    you first. Attached is the patch to ICMPv6-1.02, tested against
    live ICMPv6 dumps.

    Included in the patch are wrappers for RA and RSol, additional
    flag and option constants in ICMPv6.pm, and a fix to the existing
    NeighborAdvertisement flag values -- I made the flag values
    ascending, as they are in the actual messages, and considering
    the way you pack() them. Was there a reason you wrote it
    otherwise? I hope you find my code acceptable.

    In RA, the following flags are reflected as specified by the
    indicated RFCs.
    RA Option Bit | Description |
    Reference |
    +---------------+---------------------------------------+-----------+
    0 | M - Managed Address Configuration |
    [RFC4861] | | | Flag
    1 | O - Other Configuration Flag
    [RFC4861] | | 2 | H - Mobile IPv6 Home Agent Flag
    [RFC3775] | | 3 | Prf - Router Selection
    Preferences | [RFC4191] | | 4 | Prf - Router
    Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] | | 5 | P -
    Neighbor Discovery Proxy Flag | [RFC4389] |


    Note that I implemented Router Selection Preferences as one flag
    for each of the four possible values (RFC 4191) -- they are not
    really flags but values. If you have a better idea for this let
    me know.

    Lastly in Option.pm, I subtract two bytes (for the type and
    length fields) from the length value from the message before
    further reading that number of bytes for the option value. You'll
    find that this is the correct behavior.

    It might also be useful to write wrappers for the various ICMP
    options, such as RA Prefix Information, in the future. Right now
    they have to be manually constructed. If you want, I can work on
    that.

    I'm not sure how you prefer to have author tags in code, so I'll
    leave that for you to decide. Assuming it's accepted, just put my
    name and email I guess.

    Cheers.
    --
    ^ ___ ___ http://www.GomoR.org/ <-+
    / __ |__/ Research Engineer |
    \__/ | \ ---[ zsh$ alias psed='perl -pe ' ]--- |
    +--> Net::Frame <=> http://search.cpan.org/~gomor/ <---+
  • Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas at Sep 29, 2009 at 5:01 am
    Good day all.

    GomoR <gomor@gomor.org> writes:
    Hi,

    I don't remember having received any patches for
    Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6 module ;)

    Anyhow, give me your patch, and I'll integrate it ASAP, if it
    fits correctly with my module philosophy.
    Good to hear from you, Patrice. Pardon me, I suppose I must have missed your correct email address. :)

    Attached is a patch against Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.02 (with $VERSION unaltered). I am also including the details of my modifications from my previous emails. Feel free to comment.


    --
    Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas
    Software Engineer
    InfoWeapons Corporation





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  • GomoR at Sep 29, 2009 at 10:39 pm
    Ok, I will test that ASAP, but I am quite busy with my daily work
    currently. So, please be patient ;)

    Regards,

    On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 01:00:52PM +0800, Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas wrote:

    Good day all.

    GomoR <gomor@gomor.org> writes:
    Hi,

    I don't remember having received any patches for
    Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6 module ;)

    Anyhow, give me your patch, and I'll integrate it ASAP, if it
    fits correctly with my module philosophy.
    Good to hear from you, Patrice. Pardon me, I suppose I must have missed your correct email address. :)

    Attached is a patch against Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.02 (with $VERSION unaltered). I am also including the details of my modifications from my previous emails. Feel free to comment.


    --
    Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas
    Software Engineer
    InfoWeapons Corporation





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    From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas)
    Subject: ICMPv6 patches
    To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org
    Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 15:20:35 +0800


    Good day.

    I've been looking at your wrappers for ICMPv6, but realized that you didn't implement router messages (Router Advertisments and Router Solicits), so I decided to write those, based on your code. Figured might as well contrib back to CPAN. My PAUSE application is taking a while it seems, so I thought I'd email you first. Attached is the patch to ICMPv6-1.02, tested against live ICMPv6 dumps.

    Included in the patch are wrappers for RA and RSol, additional flag and option constants in ICMPv6.pm, and a fix to the existing NeighborAdvertisement flag values -- I made the flag values ascending, as they are in the actual messages, and considering the way you pack() them. Was there a reason you wrote it otherwise? I hope you find my code acceptable.

    In RA, the following flags are reflected as specified by the indicated RFCs.
    RA Option Bit | Description | Reference |
    +---------------+---------------------------------------+-----------+
    0 | M - Managed Address Configuration | [RFC4861] |
    Flag | |
    1 | O - Other Configuration Flag | [RFC4861] |
    2 | H - Mobile IPv6 Home Agent Flag | [RFC3775] |
    3 | Prf - Router Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] |
    4 | Prf - Router Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] |
    5 | P - Neighbor Discovery Proxy Flag | [RFC4389] |

    Note that I implemented Router Selection Preferences as one flag for each of the four possible values (RFC 4191) -- they are not really flags but values. If you have a better idea for this let me know.

    Lastly in Option.pm, I subtract two bytes (for the type and length fields) from the length value from the message before further reading that number of bytes for the option value. You'll find that this is the correct behavior.

    It might also be useful to write wrappers for the various ICMP options, such as RA Prefix Information, in the future. Right now they have to be manually constructed. If you want, I can work on that.

    I'm not sure how you prefer to have author tags in code, so I'll leave that for you to decide. Assuming it's accepted, just put my name and email I guess.

    Cheers.



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  • GomoR at Nov 13, 2009 at 6:54 am
    All,

    well, I tried to finally upload Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.03 (and 1.04 now),
    but it appears Paolo already uploaded a version on CPAN.

    My upload fails, though I am the owner of Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6.

    What's next ?
    On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 01:00:52PM +0800, Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas wrote:

    Good day all.

    GomoR <gomor@gomor.org> writes:
    Hi,

    I don't remember having received any patches for
    Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6 module ;)

    Anyhow, give me your patch, and I'll integrate it ASAP, if it
    fits correctly with my module philosophy.
    Good to hear from you, Patrice. Pardon me, I suppose I must have missed your correct email address. :)

    Attached is a patch against Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.02 (with $VERSION unaltered). I am also including the details of my modifications from my previous emails. Feel free to comment.


    --
    Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas
    Software Engineer
    InfoWeapons Corporation





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    From: pvenegas@infoweapons.com (Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas)
    Subject: ICMPv6 patches
    To: gomor-cpan@gomor.org
    Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 15:20:35 +0800


    Good day.

    I've been looking at your wrappers for ICMPv6, but realized that you didn't implement router messages (Router Advertisments and Router Solicits), so I decided to write those, based on your code. Figured might as well contrib back to CPAN. My PAUSE application is taking a while it seems, so I thought I'd email you first. Attached is the patch to ICMPv6-1.02, tested against live ICMPv6 dumps.

    Included in the patch are wrappers for RA and RSol, additional flag and option constants in ICMPv6.pm, and a fix to the existing NeighborAdvertisement flag values -- I made the flag values ascending, as they are in the actual messages, and considering the way you pack() them. Was there a reason you wrote it otherwise? I hope you find my code acceptable.

    In RA, the following flags are reflected as specified by the indicated RFCs.
    RA Option Bit | Description | Reference |
    +---------------+---------------------------------------+-----------+
    0 | M - Managed Address Configuration | [RFC4861] |
    Flag | |
    1 | O - Other Configuration Flag | [RFC4861] |
    2 | H - Mobile IPv6 Home Agent Flag | [RFC3775] |
    3 | Prf - Router Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] |
    4 | Prf - Router Selection Preferences | [RFC4191] |
    5 | P - Neighbor Discovery Proxy Flag | [RFC4389] |

    Note that I implemented Router Selection Preferences as one flag for each of the four possible values (RFC 4191) -- they are not really flags but values. If you have a better idea for this let me know.

    Lastly in Option.pm, I subtract two bytes (for the type and length fields) from the length value from the message before further reading that number of bytes for the option value. You'll find that this is the correct behavior.

    It might also be useful to write wrappers for the various ICMP options, such as RA Prefix Information, in the future. Right now they have to be manually constructed. If you want, I can work on that.

    I'm not sure how you prefer to have author tags in code, so I'll leave that for you to decide. Assuming it's accepted, just put my name and email I guess.

    Cheers.



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  • Andreas J. Koenig at Nov 13, 2009 at 7:57 am

    On Fri, 13 Nov 2009 07:54:32 +0100, GomoR said:
    All,
    well, I tried to finally upload Net-Frame-Layer-ICMPv6-1.03 (and 1.04 now),
    but it appears Paolo already uploaded a version on CPAN.
    My upload fails, though I am the owner of Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6.
    Nope, your upload did not fail. The indexing of the two modules

    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterAdvertisement
    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterSolicitation

    failed, all other namespaces succeeded.

    --
    andreas
  • GomoR at Nov 13, 2009 at 8:49 am
    On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 08:57:05AM +0100, Andreas J. Koenig wrote:
    [..]
    Nope, your upload did not fail. The indexing of the two modules

    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterAdvertisement
    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterSolicitation

    failed, all other namespaces succeeded.
    Ok.

    Paolo, you gave me patches so I could update N:F:Layer::ICMPv6.
    Now that I have time to integrate them, I see that you already
    registered the namespace [1] for your patches.

    While integrating your patches, I made some update to them,
    and I updated the test suite also. How do we proceed ? Do
    you want to keep your namespaces, or transfer them to me so
    I can keep them up to date ?

    Regards,

    [1] http://search.cpan.org/~pmv/

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  • Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas at Nov 16, 2009 at 5:24 am
    Oh whoops, I suppose I shouldn't have registered it. Is there a way for me to revoke the namespace, or transfer rights to you? I'll see what I can do

    Sorry for the inconvenience! And thanks for taking the time to integrate the code. :)

    GomoR <gomor@gomor.org> writes:
    On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 08:57:05AM +0100, Andreas J. Koenig wrote:
    [..]
    Nope, your upload did not fail. The indexing of the two modules

    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterAdvertisement
    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterSolicitation

    failed, all other namespaces succeeded.
    Ok.

    Paolo, you gave me patches so I could update N:F:Layer::ICMPv6.
    Now that I have time to integrate them, I see that you already
    registered the namespace [1] for your patches.

    While integrating your patches, I made some update to them,
    and I updated the test suite also. How do we proceed ? Do
    you want to keep your namespaces, or transfer them to me so
    I can keep them up to date ?

    Regards,

    [1] http://search.cpan.org/~pmv/
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  • Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas at Nov 16, 2009 at 5:40 am
    Good day again.

    Okay, gave you permissions to the additional namespace on PAUSE.

    Change Permissions

    Added GOMOR to co-maintainers of Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterAdvertisement.
    Added GOMOR to co-maintainers of Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterSolicitation.


    I hope this is sufficient. Please let me know if there is anything else.


    GomoR <gomor@gomor.org> writes:
    On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 08:57:05AM +0100, Andreas J. Koenig wrote:
    [..]
    Nope, your upload did not fail. The indexing of the two modules

    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterAdvertisement
    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterSolicitation

    failed, all other namespaces succeeded.
    Ok.

    Paolo, you gave me patches so I could update N:F:Layer::ICMPv6.
    Now that I have time to integrate them, I see that you already
    registered the namespace [1] for your patches.

    While integrating your patches, I made some update to them,
    and I updated the test suite also. How do we proceed ? Do
    you want to keep your namespaces, or transfer them to me so
    I can keep them up to date ?

    Regards,

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  • GomoR at Nov 16, 2009 at 7:27 am
    Hi Paolo,

    thank you very much. Now, I support I need to upload a new version
    of the module to CPAN by incrementing $VERSION ?

    In any case, I thank you Paolo to have sent me patches.

    On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 01:40:27PM +0800, Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas wrote:

    Good day again.

    Okay, gave you permissions to the additional namespace on PAUSE.

    Change Permissions

    Added GOMOR to co-maintainers of Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterAdvertisement.
    Added GOMOR to co-maintainers of Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterSolicitation.


    I hope this is sufficient. Please let me know if there is anything else.


    GomoR <gomor@gomor.org> writes:
    On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 08:57:05AM +0100, Andreas J. Koenig wrote:
    [..]
    Nope, your upload did not fail. The indexing of the two modules

    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterAdvertisement
    module: Net::Frame::Layer::ICMPv6::RouterSolicitation

    failed, all other namespaces succeeded.
    Ok.

    Paolo, you gave me patches so I could update N:F:Layer::ICMPv6.
    Now that I have time to integrate them, I see that you already
    registered the namespace [1] for your patches.

    While integrating your patches, I made some update to them,
    and I updated the test suite also. How do we proceed ? Do
    you want to keep your namespaces, or transfer them to me so
    I can keep them up to date ?

    Regards,

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  • Paolo Vanni M. Veñegas at Nov 16, 2009 at 8:51 am
    Hi Patrice,


    GomoR <gomor@gomor.org> writes:
    Hi Paolo,

    thank you very much. Now, I support I need to upload a new version
    of the module to CPAN by incrementing $VERSION ?

    In any case, I thank you Paolo to have sent me patches.
    Sure thing, do with it as you please. :) You're quite welcome. If you need anything else, let me know.

    By the way, I notice some of the pages seem to render my last name incorrectly -- "Veñegas". If encoding is being difficult (it frequently does with some software), just use "Venegas". Thanks again!


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  • Andreas J. Koenig at Nov 16, 2009 at 7:49 pm

    On Mon, 16 Nov 2009 08:27:45 +0100, GomoR said:
    Hi Paolo,
    thank you very much. Now, I support I need to upload a new version
    of the module to CPAN by incrementing $VERSION ?
    No, there is a menu item reindex which you can use to let the indexer
    run again.

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  • GomoR at Nov 16, 2009 at 7:51 pm
    On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 08:49:12PM +0100, Andreas J. Koenig wrote:
    [..]
    No, there is a menu item reindex which you can use to let the indexer
    run again.
    Ok, thank you Andreas.

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  • GomoR at Sep 30, 2009 at 9:26 am
    The address gomor-cpan@gomor.org now works. It was a FAIL on
    my part.

    Regards,

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