[PATCH] dictionary.erx: Add new VSAs and use ipv6addr where applicable

Bjørn Mork bjorn at mork.no
Sat Mar 14 12:21:05 CET 2009

Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> writes:
> Bjørn Mork wrote:
>> Looks like Juniper added lots of new VSAs lately.  I've not tested all
>> of these.  Some of them might use more specific types.
>> The format of the ERX-Ipv6-*-Dns follows that of the ipv6addr type.  Use
>> it.
>   Please add the patch as an attachment rather than pasting it into the
> email message.  Mail programs re-format the patch, word-wrap, etc.  This
> makes it impossible to apply the patch.

Sure.  Just too used to seeing the linux kernel developers requesting
patches inline so that they can comment inline. 

Anyway, the patch is attached to this mail

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>   You can also fork the repository on github, and I could simply pull
> the patch from your tree.  See the github documentation for how to do
> this.  It's really quite good.

Yes, I know.  I just haven't set up a repository for public access yet.
My patch volume doesn't justify it :-)


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