config empty lists

[back from travel and now catching up on email]

In the runtime configs, fresh out of the tarball, there are several
lists (eg, const ``NFS_world_servers = { ... }'' in portmapper.bro)
that I don't wish to have any elements. I may eventually want to
use these, as I grow more experienced with BRO and want to refine
my usage of it, but at the moment, I have no use for this list.

By removing the elements, and leaving an empty ``{ }'' (in perl-
style), I see messages like ``error: parse error, at or near "}"'' .

Is my only alternative to remove all references to this list in
the files?

You can change the definitions to:

  global NFS_world_servers: addr;

You need to give a type since previously Bro was inferring it from the
initialization list, but without any initializers it can't do this; and you
need to make it "global" because Bro is unhappy with a "const" that's not
initialized (I should probably change this).