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> still incorrect:
> $ perl -le 'use NetAddr::IP; print NetAddr::IP->new6("127/8")'
This seems way too ambiguos to me, isn't? How could the NetAddr::IP module
get you're instantiating an IPv6 net address, after all. That seems to me a
valid IPv6 syntax, too...
> A workaround for SpamAssassin is to avoid shorthand IPv4 network
> specifications, both in a config file (trusted/internal networks,
> if any), as well as the hardwired one:
> - $set->add_cidr ('127/8');
> + $set->add_cidr ('127.0.0.0/8');
Wow, such a beast was in Conf.pm, uhu?
So, SA 3.3.2 will be NetAddr::IP 4.035 -compatible, right?