The inn-devel package contains the INN (InterNetNews) library, which
several programs that interface with INN need in order to work (for
example, newsgate and tin).
If you are installing a program which must interface with the INN news
system, you should install inn-devel.
clientlib The routines described in this manual page are part of the InterNetNews library, libinn(3). They are replacements for the “clientlib” part of the NNTP... dbz These functions provide an indexing system for rapid random access to a text file (the base file). Dbz stores offsets into the base text file for rapid... inndcomm The routines described in this manual page are part of the InterNetNews library, libinn(3). They are used to send commands to a running innd(8) daemon on the... libauth These functions provide a convenient C frontend to the nnrpd external authentication interface documented in doc/external-auth. Use of this library is not... libinn Libinn is a library of utility routines for manipulating Usenet articles and related data. GenerateMessageID uses the current time, process-ID, and... libinnhist These functions provide access to the INN history database. They maintain key/value pairs in an opaque database whilst providing for expiry of outdated... libstorage libstorage is a library of common utility (the storage manager) routines for accessing Usenet articles and related data independent of particular storage... list list_new initialises the list header list so as to create an empty list. list_addhead adds node to the head of list, returning the node just added. list_addtail... qio The routines described in this manual page are part of libinn(3). They are used to provide quick read access to files; the QIO routines use buffering adapted to... tst tst_init allocates memory for members of struct tst, and allocates the first node_line_width nodes. A NULL pointer is returned by tst_init if any part of the... uwildmat uwildmat compares text against the wildmat expression pattern, returning true if and only if the expression matches the text. "@" has no special meaning in...