Shared libraries for querying the Hesiod naming service
Hesiod is a system which uses existing DNS functionality to provide access
to databases of information that changes infrequently. It is often used to
distribute information kept in the /etc/passwd, /etc/group, and /etc/printcap
files, among others.
This is release 3.1.0 of the Hesiod name service library. Hesiod can
provide general name service for a variety of applications and is
based on the Berkeley Internet Name Daemon (BIND).
To prepare this directory for building, run the command "./configure".
configure takes a number of options; use "./configure --help" to find
out what they are. Hesiod requires a vaguely ANSI compiler to build;
Major changes in release 3.1.0:
* hesinfo has been moved into a separate source tree.
* The build system now installs a shared library by default.
* A new function, hesiod_free_string, ensures that strings can be
freed at the same library level as they are allocated. (Important
in some runtime environments.)
* A new function, hesiod_parse_result, can be used in combination with
hesiod.conf - Configuration file for the Hesiod library
The file hesiod.conf determines the behavior of the Hesiod
library. Blank lines and lines beginning with a `#' charac‐
ter are ignored. All other lines should be of the form vari‐
able = value, where the value
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