[ANNOUNCEMENT] TEST RELEASE: Cygwin 1.7.33-0.4

Houder houder@xs4all.nl
Mon Nov 3 15:09:00 GMT 2014


> On Nov  1 17:58, Christian Franke wrote:
>> Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>> >I just released a 4th TEST version of the next upcoming Cygwin release,
>> >1.7.33-0.4.
>>
>> There is an older regression in mkgroup.
>> A separator without a preceding domain name is printed for the builtin
>> groups:
>>
>> $ mkgroup -L THISHOST
>> SYSTEM:S-1-5-18:18:
>> TrustedInstaller:S-1-5-80-...
>> +Administratoren:S-1-5-32-544:544:
>> +Benutzer:S-1-5-32-545:545:
>> ...
>> THISHOST+HelpLibraryUpdaters:S-1-5-21-...
>>
>>
>> Introduced in mkgroup.c CVS 1.54, April 2014:
>>
>> @@ -415,8 +341,8 @@ enum_local_groups (...)
>> ...
>>           printf ("%ls%s%ls:%s:%" PRIu32 ":\n",
>> -                 with_dom && !is_builtin ? domain_name : L"",
>> -                 with_dom && !is_builtin ? sep : "",
>> +                 mach->with_dom && !is_builtin ? domain_name : L"",
>> +                 mach->with_dom || is_builtin ? sep : "", <==== Hmm.... :-)
>
> Thanks!  It would be nice if you could send a patch to cygwin-patches.
>
>> BTW: mkgroup should possibly also print the extra builtin groups which are
>> now reported by getgroups(), for example 4(Interactive), 11(Authenticated
>> Users), ...
>
> Doesn't make much sense.  Generating them via "db" is incredibly fast.
> There is also one person on the list (sorry, don't remember your name)

Me, perhaps? (Henri) ... https://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2014-10/msg00491.html

My "nsswitch.conf":

passwd:files
group: files

db_enum: files

In short, no problem at my end: id shows the short list (as before ...)

> claiming he would rather not see the big group list in id while using
> the "files"-only setting.
>
>
> Corinna

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