invalid ip addr on hg serve

Martin Marques martin at marquesminen.com.ar
Mon Mar 31 15:10:35 CDT 2008


Matt Mackall escribió:
> On Mon, 2008-03-31 at 11:29 +0200, Andreas Axelsson wrote:
>> While not being a network wizard, I have worked with and programmed
>> computers of various flavors for the last 25 years. I still didn't know that
>> 0.0.0.0 was a standard notation for "all interfaces". (I'm not a Linux
>> hacker by trade) I might have come to that conclusion, but that's from
>> experience, not a fact I've got stored away. "all interfaces" would at least
>> have some sort of meaning, even if it's still cryptic to those who didn't
>> even know there was an interface, but we could also update the documentation
>> with some pointers to one or more "beginner's guide to networking" or
>> something?
>>
>> Some of us know more than others, but I don't think we should let "the curse
>> of knowledge" get in the way of making a tool that is both powerful and
>> user-friendly.
> 
> Wow is this thread getting long without any progress. I'll gladly take a
> patch to hide 0.0.0.0 as "*" or "".
> 

Would the idea be *just hide it*. As far as I've seen, the proposals 
were to change it to something more *understandable*, like *every 
interface*, or *all networks*.


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