Print IP address on a given range
prips can be used to print all IP addresses of a specified range.
This allows the enhancement of the usability of tools that have been
created to work on only one host at a time (e.g. whois).
README for prips
prips is a tool that can be used to print all of the IP address on a given
range. It can enhance the usability of tools that are made to work on only
one host at a time (e.g. whois).
At this time, prips has only been tested on Linux and *BSD systems.
It ought to work on any POSIX-compatible system. If you port it to
a new platform and feel like send
PRIPS(1) BSD General Commands Manual PRIPS(1)
prips — print IP address on a given range
prips [-c] [-d delim] [-e exclude] [-f format] [-i incr] start
prips [-c] [-d delim] [-e exclude] [-f format] [-i incr]
The prips tool can be used to print all of the IP address in a
prips (0.9.7-1) unstable; urgency=low
[ Peter Pentchev ]
* Bump Standards-Version to 3.9.0 with no changes.
* Convert to the 3.0 (quilt) source format with no changes.
* Use dpkg-buildflags from dpkg-dev 1.15.7 to obtain the default values
for CFLAGS, CPPFLAGS, and LDFLAGS.
* New upstream release:
- actually honor CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS :)
* Update the copyright file:
* Made the Makefile respect CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS in the environment.
David Wiggins firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeremy Shaffner email@example.com
Joshua Kwan joshk@triple
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