Reply to CONF_FLAGS_PASS_IDENTD)
xxjack12xx at doramail.com
Fri Feb 11 07:00:52 EST 2005
Ah, I assumed it was being set somewhere since there was a check for it, but you are right, it never gets set so it can be removed.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lee H" <lee at leeh.co.uk>
To: "General IRCD-Hybrid Discussion" <hybrid at lists.ircd-hybrid.org>
Subject: Re: Reply to CONF_FLAGS_PASS_IDENTD)
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 11:21:05 +0000
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2005 at 12:29:28AM -0800, Jack L. wrote:
> > hostmask.c uses IsPassIdentd so that flag is used and
> > CONF_FLAGS_PASS_IDENTD can't be removed.
> > Original message was :
> > This is an (insignificant) bug, but it should still be fixed at some point...
> Whether a bitmask can be removed or not does not depend on whether you test
> for its existence or not. It depends on whether you actually ever set that
> bitmask on a client.
> A client will never be marked CONF_FLAGS_PASS_IDENTD, so it can be removed.
> - Lee H // anfl
> - Out Of Cheese Error. Replace lesbian jam to continue.
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