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The gawk-devel CVS has been updated with the next new feature: support
for specifying IPv4 or IPv6 with /inet.  This is accomplished by
using /inet4/tcp/<port>/<host>/<port> and /inet6/tcp/<port>/<host>/<port>.

The previous plain "/inet/" remains valid and defaults to the system
default (AF_UNSPEC), which is most likely IPv4.

The gawkinet.texi file has not yet been updated, but the other documentation
has.  This has received only minimal testing, but seems to work.

The gawk-devel CVS should reflect the changes within an hour.

Please try it out, especially if you are actually using IPv6.

Thanks,

Arnold
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