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netpipes 4.2-8
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April 23nd, 2010

  In the process of adapting this software to support IPv6,
  is was necessary to do some restructuring of the code.
  The most important change is that all storing port numbers
  in variables is done in host byte order. The two functions
  get_port() and set_port() in netpipes-4.2/common.c are
  responsible to transform to, or from, network byte order.

  Sensible detection of UNIX socket paths.

July 28th, 2003

  I had to rename getpeername to getsockname (and remove the symlink
  getsockname) as this package did conflict with tcputils.