IRRToolset on GitHub

Andreas Polyrakis apolyr at
Mon Nov 10 23:51:33 UTC 2014

Thank you Faidon and Nick (and anyone else who is still contributing) 
for your support.
Although this project is dead, there are still several operators who 
will depend on it until an alternative appears.

On 10/11/2014 12:51 μμ, Faidon Liambotis wrote:
> Hi folks,
> TL;DR IRRToolset's VCS has a new home now:
> Please submit your pull requests :)
> The long story is that I recently got asked about a couple of patches 
> I wrote back in 2008 or so and I was saddened to see them still 
> unmerged, and one of them having been rebased twice (once in 2010, and 
> once in 2013). A git import later and a chat with Nick, and we have 
> IRRToolset in GitHub now, accepting PRs.
> I'm not a user of IRRToolset anymore and I certainly wouldn't 
> recommend it to anyone new. However, it is my impression that various 
> people in this list have accumulated patches and in some cases, 
> everyone has been reinventing their own wheel (e.g. 4-byte ASN support 
> for JunOS).
> So, let's collect all of these, preferrably as GitHub pull requests, 
> review & merge them so that anyone can benefit. Even though I'm not a 
> user anymore, I can commit a few hours of my volunteer time for code 
> review and we can aim to release a 5.0.2 as soon as we collect a few 
> of the important ones.
> Best,
> Faidon
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