1. A man page for iptables-xml
2. A fix for iptables.xslt allowing for an arbitrary depth of arguments
Although iptables-xml cannot generate more than two levels deep, xml
generated by other systems may prefer to generate
(which is what iptables-xml generates)
even though the same iptables is re-generated on conversion.
3. A fix for iptables-xml.c so that combining of consecutive targets of
rules with the same match into one XML rule, will not combine over a
terminating action; i.e. there is no point in converting
-A table -p tcp -j DROP
-A table -p tcp -j MARK --set-mark 25
-A table -p tcp -j RETURN
into one XML rule with multiple actions as they are probably not
logically combined in the mind of the author.
Signed-off by: Sam Liddicott <email@example.com>