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"Mishou Michael" <Michael.Mishou@csirc.irs.gov> writes:
> Ok, revisiting this today I found the problem after looking at the
> source code in this snapshot (which my pre-compiled packages were based
> All the documentation refers to log path flags: catchall, fallback,
> final, flow-control.
> But in center.c the actual strcmp functions are looking for: catch-all,
> fallback, final, flow_control OR flow-control
It's the same in 3.2 and 3.3 too - good catch!
Whether this is a documentation or code bug, if the docs say it's
'catchall' ever since 2.0, then the code should support that too, along
I'd say this is a bug in both: the documentation should be updated to
say 'catch-all', which has been working in past versions, and the code
should be updated to support what the documentation has been advertising
in the past years.
We have a public bugzilla at <http://bugzilla.balabit.com/> - you can
open a ticket there - and it would be great if you would.
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