[dns-operations] announcement of new tool -- dnscap

Michael Monnerie michael.monnerie at it-management.at
Thu May 3 05:55:14 UTC 2007


On Donnerstag, 3. Mai 2007 05:10 Paul Vixie wrote:
> i'm worried about the default being to blast binary garbage all over
> stdout. maybe i should make "-d -" mean dump-to-stdout, make the
> default be to dump nothing, and add a "-g" option to produce dig-like
> trace output on stderr?

I'd suggest naming it dnscapt, as dnscap went into my mind as "DNS 
capabilities", I thought it would be something to check a DNS server. 
But then that might be because I'm not native english speaker and 
therefore it's rubbish ;-)

mfg zmi
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