Changelog for ip6addr-0.3.3

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2011-01-13 Michel Boucey michel.boucey@gmail.com - Version 0.3.3 released. - ip6addrgen now deals with leading zeros in 16bits token.

2010-10-28 Michel Boucey michel.boucey@gmail.com

- Version 0.3.2 released.
- Fixed a mis pattern matching in version 0.3.1.
- Better pattern matching ISATAP adresses to keep
  their IPv4 dotted representation in IPv6 addresses.

2010-10-26 Michel Boucey michel.boucey@gmail.com

- Version 0.3.1 released.
- The command-line tool 'ip6addrcan' now rewrites the
      embedded IPv4 adress in hexadecimal digits to output
      pure IPv6 text representation. But some IPv6 adresses
      with well-known prefixes (IPv4-compatible, IPv4-mapped,
      IPv4-translated, IPv4-translatable, ISATAP) keeps
      visible the embedded IPv4 dotted representation to keep
      visible in the text representation the fact they deals
      with IPv4 to IPv6 transition process.

2010-10-20 Michel Boucey michel.boucey@gmail.com

- Version 0.3 released.
- The command-line tool 'ip6addrval' is renamed (for the
  last time) 'ip6addrcan'. This tool now outputs rewrited
  valid IPv6 addresses canonized in conformation with
  RFC 5952, which updates RFC 4291.
- 'ip6addrgen' is not updated yet from RFC 4291 to RFC 5952.
  Outputted adresses from 'ip6addrgen' have to be pipelined
  through 'ip6addrcan'.

2010-08-09 Michel Boucey michel.boucey@gmail.com

- Version 0.2 released.
- The command-line tool 'ip6addr' is renamed 'ip6addrval'.
  This tool now validates CIDR suffix if exists and
      outputs IPv6 adresses with CIDR prefixes cutted off.
- The command-line tool 'ip6addrgen' is added.
      This tool generates random IPv6 adresses.
      Two options : -n to provide a count of IPv6 adresses
  to output, -p to provide an uncompressed prefix to apply
  to each outputted address.

2009-09-11 Michel Boucey michel.boucey@gmail.com

- Version 0.1.1 released.
- Fixed three bugs in IPv6 address validation.
- Added a test written in Perl.

2009-06-26 Michel Boucey michel.boucey@gmail.com

- Version 0.1 released.