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"SLC6X: system environment/libraries: c-ares

c-ares - A library that performs asynchronous DNS operations

License: MIT
Vendor: Scientific Linux CERN,
c-ares is a C library that performs DNS requests and name resolves
asynchronously. c-ares is a fork of the library named 'ares', written
by Greg Hudson at MIT.


c-ares-1.10.0-3.el6.i686 [74 KiB] Changelog by Jakub Hrozek (2014-07-24):
- Fall back to AF_INET when ares_gethostbyname() is called with AF_UNSPEC
- Only set search domains from /etc/resolv.conf if there isn't a value
  already present in the channel (David Drisdale)
- Related: rhbz#1077544 - Rebase c-ares to version 1.10
c-ares-1.7.0-6.el6.i686 [52 KiB] Changelog by Jakub Hrozek (2012-03-03):
- Only fall back to AF_INET searches when looking for AF_UNSPEC
  addresses (#730695)
- Do not leak memory in ares_parse_a_reply when parsing an invalid
  record (#730693)
- Add a missing break (#713133) - reported and patched by Michal Luscon
- Fix a SIGBUS when resolving SRV queries on architectures that do
  not support unaligned memory access (#695426)
- Amend the ares_gethostbyname manpage so that it lists ARES_ENODATA as
  an allowed return code (#640944)

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