> Yes, I dare to say that they're a requirement.
Nope. IPv6 host routing is based on assumption of link-locality
of the next hop. Probably, you want to read some rfcs or to look into code.
> the user space tools' problem: i.e. make them resolve a globally addressed
> nexthop to a link-local nexthop.
Impossible, as I said.
[ NOTE, the subject changed back to correct one at this point. Seems,
one sentence, written by me has grown to some huge tumor eating
original one completely. :-) ]
> specifications use and the *users* want and need to use.
Sigh, there no specifications about tricks used by Linux routing tables,
*users* are unlikely to want to use this feature at all, as Mika noticed.
And when they want, they want to right:
ip route add 3ffe::.... via 188.8.131.52
rather than crap sort of
ip route add 3ffe::.... via 2002:<something in latin>
I do not understand, what the hell is going on with you.
I am already sorry that started this. :-)