[ntp:questions] pool configuration directive on Windows

Harlan Stenn stenn at ntp.org
Mon Mar 10 20:07:20 UTC 2008


>>> In article <o9gfa5-9a3.ln1 at gateway.py.meinberg.de>, Martin Burnicki <martin.burnicki at meinberg.de> writes:

Martin> Harlan Stenn wrote:
>>>>> In article <fqpbr5$3c2$1 at scrotar.nss.udel.edu>, "David L. Mills"
>>>>> <mills at udel.edu> writes:

Harlan> The most difficult problem is that you (Dave) often make changes
Harlan> where I cannot easily create ChangeLog notes.  You sometimes
Harlan> describe your changes in an email message to hackers@, but that
Harlan> doesn't make it any easier for me to get these changes into the
Harlan> ChangeLog file.

Martin> Yes, this is where improvements were appreciated.

Martin> For example, see the current thread "Windows Time with NTPv4" where
Martin> Dave had already supplied a workaround back in 2002 (see the links
Martin> in my post there).

Martin> However, if you have a look at the Changelog file in ntp-dev I don't
Martin> know how to locate this or find out in which version this had been
Martin> made available. Searching the changelog for "w32time", "symmetric",
Martin> "peer", or "client" does not yield the desired result.

Martin> Since all the changelog entries are without date, it's even hard to
Martin> correlate the version numbers with the dates of the NG articles or
Martin> mails on the hackers list.

Martin, at the risk of repeating what I said in a recent similar reply,
the information you seek (with the exception of Dave's email/newsgroup
postings) should already be in the CommitLog file.
 
The CommitLog file is automatically generated.

I'm open to suggestions on how to make it more useful.
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