by Lawrence R. Rogers (2018-04-29):
* Release 3.17.0-1
POTENTIAL INCOMPATIBILITY. Default to using the IPv4 format for IPv6-addresses in the ::ffff:0:0/96 netblock.
Add new values to the --ip-format switch and change how some values (zero-padded) work.
Add new values to skipaddr_flags_t.
Add function skipaddrStringMaxlen() to compute column width.
Mark the num2dot0() and num2dot0_r() functions as deprecated.
Do not export the structures used by SiLK header entries.
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2018-02-15):
* Release 3.16.1-1
Print an error message when rwsetcat is unable to read an IPset.
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2017-06-30):
* Release 3.16.0-1
rwsetbuild, rwsetcat, rwsetmember, rwsettool
Enhance the manual pages.
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2017-03-25):
* Release 3.15.0-1
Add a second argument to skOptionsIPFormatRegister().
Remove functions that operate on an IPset Header Entry.
Fix a potential bug in skIPSetWrite() by ensuring that the IPset file's header is set to use native byte order.
Add the --output-path switch to specify the output file.
Do not use the the pager when the output contains only the count of the number of IPs in a singe IPset.
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2016-11-17):
* Release 3.14.0-1
Add a new file format, record-version=5, for IPsets that contain IPv6 addresses.
Fix a bug when working with IPsets that contain IPv6 addresses and have more than 44,739,242
internal nodes. The bug may cause the tool to crash or to loop endlessly.
Reduce how quickly memory grows when building an IPset that contains IPv6 addresses.
Perform additional integrity checks when reading an IPset file from disk.
Add support for printing a more detailed error message when attempting to read an IPset file. The
message is printed when the SILK_IPSET_PRINT_READ_ERROR environment variable is set.
Fix a bug introduced in SiLK IPset-3.11.0 that may occur when computing the intersection or
difference of an IPv4 IPset with an IPv6 IPset that is in record-version=4 format. Addresses in
the ::ffff:0:0/96 netblock of the IPv6 IPset were ignored when the IPset contained clusters of
addresses less then ::ffff:0:0.
Add support for counting the IP addresses in an IPset without loading the IPset into memory.
Fix a bug where a completely full IPv6 IPset would report it contained 0 IPs.
Add a configure switch, --enable-ipset-compatibility, that allows changing the default IPset file
format written by the tools. The argument is the version of SiLK IPset with which IPsets are to
be compatible. New file formats were added at 3.7.0 and 3.14.0.
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2016-09-29):
* Release 3.13.0-1
Change across all tools
Add support for compressing files with "Snappy" compression when the Snappy library and header are found during configuration.
Add support for the SILK_COMPRESSION_METHOD environment variable that provides a default value for the --compression-method switch.
Add a --symmetric-difference switch to compute the set of IP addresses that occur in only one of two input IPsets.
Add more examples to the manual page.
Add many more examples to the manual page.
Rename functions sksiteCompmethod...() to skCompMethod...().
Rename functions sksiteFileformat...() to skFileFormat...().
Remove some skHeader...() functions from the public headers.
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2016-03-31):
* Release 3.12.0-1
Fix a bug in the code that copies an memory-mapped IPset prior to modifying it.
by Lawrence R. Rogers (2015-09-30):
* Release 3.11.0-1
Add functions to process an IPset without reading it into memory.
Change definition of skipset_iterator_t.
Change some skIPTree* APIs from macros to functions and vice versa.
Fix a bug in skIPSetIteratorNext() and skIPSetWalk() when visiting the individual IPs of an IPv6 IPset and numeric prefix of the current leaf is 64 or less.
Add support for the SILK_IP_FORMAT environment variable that provides a default value for the --ip-format switch.
Allowing printing of IPset contents without reading the IPset into memory.
Avoid reading an IPset into memory when possible.
Print an error and exit when the --ip-ranges delimiter is set to the comment character('#'), newline, or the empty string.