use gzip as the default UUCP batcher

Marco d'Itri md at Linux.IT
Sat Jun 27 22:00:20 UTC 2009

I believe that at this point we can safely assume that nobody uses
compress anymore...

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Use gzip instead of compress as the default UUCP batcher.

--- a/backends/
+++ b/backends/
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ sub run_site {
         $maxjobs = '-N ' . ($MAXJOBS - $jobs);
-    $compress ||= $INN::Config::compress;
+    $compress ||= $INN::Config::gzip;
     $size ||= $MAXSIZE;
     # if a .work temp file left by a previous invocation exists, rename
@@ -320,7 +320,7 @@ flushing the site.
 The compression method to use for batches.  This should be one of C<bzip2>,
 C<compress>, C<gzip> or C<none>.  Arguments for the compression command may be
 specified by using C<_> instead of spaces.  For example, C<gzip_-9>.
-The default value is C<compress>.
+The default value is C<gzip>.
 =item I<maxsize>

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