INN commit: trunk/innfeed (procbatch.in)
Russ_Allbery at isc.org
Thu Oct 4 19:25:35 UTC 2007
Date: Thursday, October 4, 2007 @ 12:25:34
Initialize the value of $missing (perl -w...).
Fix some typos at the same time.
procbatch.in | 19 ++++++++++---------
1 file changed, 10 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)
--- procbatch.in 2007-10-01 12:15:55 UTC (rev 7694)
+++ procbatch.in 2007-10-04 19:25:34 UTC (rev 7695)
@@ -7,11 +7,11 @@
# File: procbatch.pl
# RCSId: $Id$
-# Description: Take a file of the form generated by innd in the out.going
-# directory ("Wnm*") and separate it into tape files for inn.
+# Description: Take a file of the form generated by innd in the outgoing
+# directory ("Wnm*") and separate it into tape files for INN.
# Thanks to Clayton O'Neill <coneill at premier.net> for serious speed
@@ -37,30 +37,31 @@
-c to check pathnames of articles before storing them
-s dir to specify where the news articles are
- -m to have $0 move the new files to the backlog directory.
+ -m to have $0 move the new files to the backlog directory
-t dir to specify the backlog directory ($tapeDir)
-u to unlink the input files when finished
-v for verbosity
- -q quiet mode; only display error messages. Good for cron jobs.
+ -q quiet mode: only display error messages; good for cron jobs
-$0 will take an inn funnel file (normally a file in
+$0 will take an INN funnel file (normally a file in
$outGoing), or an innfeed ``dropped'' file,
which is presumed to be of the format:
pathname message-id peer1 peer2 peer3 ...
and will break it up into files peer1.tmp peer2.tmp peer3.tmp... Each of
-these files wil be of the format:
+these files will be of the format:
-that is the same as innfeed's backlog file format. Simply rename these files
+that is the same as innfeed's backlog file format. Simply rename these files
to peer1 peer2 peer3 in a running innfeed's backlog directory and they will be
-picked up automatically and processed by innfeed. Use the '-m' flag and
+picked up automatically and processed by innfeed. Use the '-m' flag and
they'll be moved automatically.
$opt_u = $opt_h = ""; # shut up, perl -w
+$missing = 0;
&Getopts ("he:t:s:d:cvumq") || die $usage ;
die $usage if ( $opt_h ) ;
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