Mathias Hasselmann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Oh, that difference is really interesting. I didn't even see it.

> DNS-SD uses the convention "_<protoname>._<type>" to describe services,
> and that's the convention Avahi follows. I don't know why the Bonjour
> API uses that trailing dot, but it seems wrong: 

Is removing that dot going to create compatibility problems for us?
If it means that an 8.3 client wouldn't find an 8.4 server, for
instance, I don't think that's going to be acceptable.  Do we need
to "listen" on both names (whatever the heck that means in zeroconf)?

                        regards, tom lane

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