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authorMartin Schanzenbach <mschanzenbach@posteo.de>2021-02-28 11:15:55 +0100
committerMartin Schanzenbach <mschanzenbach@posteo.de>2021-02-28 11:15:55 +0100
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GANA: Use GANA generated header for GNS record types. Update handbook
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diff --git a/doc/handbook/chapters/user.texi b/doc/handbook/chapters/user.texi
index ebc1a7979..5d5d2fe14 100644
--- a/doc/handbook/chapters/user.texi
+++ b/doc/handbook/chapters/user.texi
@@ -1539,7 +1539,12 @@ authoritative zone (replacing ".+" with the name of the location
where the name was encountered) and hence generate a
valid GNS name.
-GNS currently supports the following record types:
+The GNS currently supports the record types as defined in
+@uref{https://git.gnunet.org/gana.git/tree/gnu-name-system-record-types/registry.rec, GANA}.
+In addition, GNS supports DNS record types, such as A, AAAA or TXT.
+
+In the following, we discuss GNS records with specific behaviour or special
+handling of DNS records.
@menu
* NICK::
@@ -1547,22 +1552,9 @@ GNS currently supports the following record types:
* BOX::
* LEHO::
* VPN::
-* A AAAA and TXT::
* CNAME::
* GNS2DNS::
* SOA SRV PTR and MX::
-* PLACE::
-* PHONE::
-* ID ATTR::
-* ID TOKEN::
-* ID TOKEN METADATA::
-* CREDENTIAL::
-* POLICY::
-* ATTRIBUTE::
-* ABE KEY::
-* ABE MASTER::
-* RECLAIM OIDC CLIENT::
-* RECLAIM OIDC REDIRECT::
@end menu
@node NICK
@@ -1658,11 +1650,6 @@ having the following lines in the @file{gnunet.conf} configuration file:
TCP_REDIRECTS = 80:localhost4:8080
@end example
-@node A AAAA and TXT
-@subsubsection A AAAA and TXT
-
-Those records work in exactly the same fashion as in traditional DNS.
-
@node CNAME
@subsubsection CNAME
@@ -1771,90 +1758,6 @@ $ gnunet-namestore -a -n mail -t MX -z bar -e 3600s -V \
> "10,mail.bar"
@end example
-@node PLACE
-@subsubsection PLACE
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for a social place.
-
-@node PHONE
-@subsubsection PHONE
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for a phone (of CONVERSATION).
-
-@node ID ATTR
-@subsubsection ID ATTR
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for identity attributes (of IDENTITY).
-
-@node ID TOKEN
-@subsubsection ID TOKEN
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for an identity token (of IDENTITY-TOKEN).
-
-@node ID TOKEN METADATA
-@subsubsection ID TOKEN METADATA
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for the private metadata of an identity token (of IDENTITY-TOKEN).
-
-@node CREDENTIAL
-@subsubsection CREDENTIAL
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for credential.
-
-@node POLICY
-@subsubsection POLICY
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for policies.
-
-@node ATTRIBUTE
-@subsubsection ATTRIBUTE
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for reverse lookups.
-
-@node ABE KEY
-@subsubsection ABE KEY
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for ABE records.
-
-@node ABE MASTER
-@subsubsection ABE MASTER
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for ABE master keys.
-
-@node RECLAIM OIDC CLIENT
-@subsubsection RECLAIM OIDC CLIENT
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for reclaim OIDC clients.
-
-@node RECLAIM OIDC REDIRECT
-@subsubsection RECLAIM OIDC REDIRECT
-
-@c TODO describe record type and give an example of how and
-@c when to use it
-Record type for reclaim OIDC redirect URIs.
-
@node Synchronizing with legacy DNS
@subsection Synchronizing with legacy DNS