Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 173744
n-u-t-t-c-p great successor to ttcp
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:17 EST
ttcp is unmaintained, and n-u-t-t-c-p has more features.
It looks far too different from current ttcp. Would be nice to have it in extras
first. I will try to package it later this week.
Ok, here is my srpm
I will propose it for extras tmrw.
the nuttcp source is included twice into the src.rpm :
-rw-rw-r-- 1 xose xose 109601 Jun 28 2004 nuttcp.c
-rw-rw-r-- 1 xose xose 109601 Jun 28 2004 nuttcp-v5.1.11.c
nuttcp.cat is not necessary, delete it.
and put xinetd.d directoty into the %doc.
New package is here
I've put nuttcp xinetd.d file into config section and installed it and others,
nuttcp4 and nuttcp6 into docs. Do you think it's fine?
Makefile and the "missing" directory(include files) are not necessary. It
compiles clearly with: gcc -W -O2 -Wall nuttcp-v5.1.11.c -o nuttp
debugfiles.list and debugsources.list should be deleted from source.
The package is already submitted into Extras. I've removed the .list files but
kept "missing" directory and makefile just to folow upstream for compatibility
(if they want to add stm which will be missing in fedora it will be grabbed from
this directory). Also I did fast clean-up of some warnings to make gcc more happy.