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5th Oct 2005 | 12:47

Following my previous entry, I emailed <bind-suggest@isc.org> to suggest an improvement which would allow me to do what I want directly, without fiddling with features that aren't quite the right thing. I got a reply from Mark Andrews who says that bind-9.4.0 will do what I want, according to this changelog entry:
  1798. [func] The server syntax has been extended to support a
               range of servers.  [RT #11132]

This will allow me to say the following, which is exactly what I want.
  server 192.168.0.0/16 {
    bogus yes;
  };

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Nicolai The Hand Grenade of Courteous Debate

from: _nicolai_
date: 5th Oct 2005 13:13 (UTC)

I think you have an excessive number of preformatted spaces to the left of your block text above.

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Nicolai The Hand Grenade of Courteous Debate

from: _nicolai_
date: 5th Oct 2005 13:14 (UTC)

Or even to the right.

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Just a random swede

from: vatine
date: 5th Oct 2005 13:30 (UTC)

I'd go as far as saing "fairly sure"...

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Run away to DreamWidth. Come with me.

from: reddragdiva
date: 5th Oct 2005 13:40 (UTC)

Indeed. It's fouling my friends page ...

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Tony Finch

from: fanf
date: 5th Oct 2005 13:57 (UTC)

Fixed. The standard LJ styles are grievously broken when it comes to gracefully resizing to the browser width. See number 9 in http://www.useit.com/alertbox/designmistakes.html

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Run away to DreamWidth. Come with me.

from: reddragdiva
date: 5th Oct 2005 14:00 (UTC)

I liked #9, yes. One of my favourite things about browsers running on X is that the browser can resize the window, but it can't lock it to tiny×tiny.

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Just a random swede

from: vatine
date: 5th Oct 2005 14:06 (UTC)

Meh. If can say "window manager, do not provide resize handles". It can then proceed to intercept resize-events and re-set its size to what it wants. So, no, it *can't* lock the size to tinyXtiny, but it can make sure it's tinyXtiny the majority of the time.

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Run away to DreamWidth. Come with me.

from: reddragdiva
date: 5th Oct 2005 14:15 (UTC)

In practice, any browser doing that people will stop using!

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Just a random swede

from: vatine
date: 5th Oct 2005 14:26 (UTC)

Yes, but that's social pressure, not technical inability.

Anyway, seems as if ISC di the Right Thing.

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